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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 3, 2020–

The district heating market is expected to grow by USD 32.81 billion, progressing at a CAGR of over 3% during the forecast period.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global District Heating Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

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The implementation of district heating in smart cities is one of the major factors propelling the market growth. However, factors such as competition from fuel-cell-based micro-CHP will hamper the market growth.

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District Heating Market: Technology Landscape

Based on technology, the fossil fuels segment generated maximum revenue for the market in 2019. This is due to the increased use of coal, natural gas, and oil for producing steam or water heating applications. The market growth in the segment will

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VANCOUVER, BC, Nov. 30, 2020 /CNW/ – Serengeti Resources Inc. (TSX-V: SIR) (“Serengeti“) and Sun Metals Corp. (TSX-V: SUNM) (“Sun Metals“) are pleased to announce that they have entered into a definitive arrangement agreement dated November 29, 2020 (the “Agreement“) pursuant to which Serengeti will acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Sun Metals (the “Transaction“) on the basis of 0.43 common shares of Serengeti (on a pre-Consolidation (as defined below) basis) for each share of Sun Metals held, by way of a plan of arrangement under the Business Corporations Act (British Columbia) (the “Arrangement“). The Transaction will consolidate the contiguous copper-gold exploration and development assets of Kwanika and Stardust, both of which will benefit from operational synergies

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Opinions of Sunday, 15 November 2020

Columnist: Daniel Yiadom Boakye

2020-11-15

Ghana is among the countries affected by coronavirus. File photoGhana is among the countries affected by coronavirus. File photo

The blistering effects of the second wave of the Coronavirus on America and Europe and the resurgence of it in our nation demand that leaders of political parties adopt a more creative and proactive methodology for campaigns that are in sync with the new normal in a manner that protect the very people whose vote they would be seeking for in the impending December 7, 2020 elections.

It is therefore preposterous and I believe, nebulous as well when the very members of the political parties whose votes are hundred percent assured to their parties due to their unwavering proclivity would be allowed to run riot in the midst of an exacerbated crowd of people with glee and without wearing nose maks in the central business district of Accra like

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The Lafayette Central Business District has been recognized as a National Register Historic District by the National Park Service.

The designation means that eligible buildings in the district can apply for federal and state historic commercial tax credits, Lafayette Consolidated Government officials announced Tuesday. Owners could be eligible for a 20% federal income tax credit and another 18% state tax credit on building maintenance and rehabilitation costs.

The district lies within the Downtown Development District.

Costs include roofing replacement or repair, masonry repairs and most construction costs associated with putting a building back into commerce. Owners interested in applying for tax credits should contact the staff liaison to Preservation Commission Roxana Usner in LCG’s Development and Planning Department at 337-291-7193 or [email protected]



5 companies say they want to make pitch to develop near Buchanan Street garage

Five parties have notified Lafayette Consolidated Government they want to submit a proposal to develop the two parcels of land next to the Buc…


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Gentrification, development and rising rents are displacing Black families in Seattle’s Central District. Africatown Community Land Trust was created to change that.

SEATTLE — The riff from Jimi Hendrix’s guitar may have defined an era of American music, but it’s a sound he forged in the basements and garages of the Central District – the section of Seattle south of downtown – that the Black community has called home for 140 years.

However those garages, basements and spaces for creativity are being priced out. 

For decades, the Central District has been under attack by so-called economic development policies, which increase rents and home prices that push Black residents and business owners out. This practice is known as gentrification, and it strips away financial stability of those who can’t afford to stay in the neighborhood where their family has laid down roots.

K. Wyking Garrett is the president and CEO of

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