Xodus and Leidos are joining forces on a new North America offshore wind alliance.The move will leverage Leidos’ renewable capabilities with Xodus’ 14-year track record in offshore European energy projects.Brad Barta, vice president leading Leidos’ Energy & Infrastructure Consulting practice. “We believe together we can provide unrivalled expertise and experience to our developer and investor clients. Now that offshore wind is set to move forward in the U.S., we are prepared to serve the industry through our relationship with Xodus, a proven leader in offshore energy.”“Our alliance with Leidos brings owners and lenders a truly consolidated service in the development of offshore wind projects from concept and financing through consenting to engineering and full supply chain management,” said Peter Tipler, Xodus’ renewables director. “With activity ramping up at a state level and new developments underway, momentum is building around how best to increase America’s offshore wind capacity. We are ideally placed to share our expertise to ensure that projects are delivered swiftly and successfully to support the transition to low carbon energy production.”Xodus recently added a dedicated advisory service to its renewables offering, supporting lenders, developers and the wider supply chain to identify and capitalise on renewable energy opportunities and mitigate against risk. Scott Hamilton has been appointed to lead the team, with a focus on due diligence, supply chain analysis and techno-economic analysis.
Sylvester Ralph Riehle, age 79 of Sunman, Indiana passed away on January 19, 2019. The son of John A. and Loretta (nee: Fritsch) Riehle was born on May 22, 1939 in Sunman.Sylvester attended St. Nicholas grade school and Sunman High School. After a five-year courtship, he married Ruth Jean Effing on September 14, 1963 at St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Hamburg, IN.He worked at Hill-Rom as a wood sander and later for Hillenbrand Industries as a cap metal sander and in maintenance. He was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville.In 1960 he bought his first car, a new 1960 Chevrolet Impala from Chris Volz Motors for $3,200 cash. Together with his wife, they bought Howard Cook’s mother’s house for $8,500. Then in 1966 they bought their home place where they still reside.Sylvester enjoyed spending his days finishing old wood furniture and going out fishing. In his younger years roller skating was a favorite past time and he played softball on a company team call the Monoseals. Sylvester liked to help out the guys on the farm with his own ‘meals on wheels’. He always loved having dinner with friends and family and will be dearly missed by them all.He is survived by his wife, Ruth; children, Laura Ann Taylor (Michael), Tammy Jean Faulkinbury (Joe Ed), Scott Allen Riehle, Eric Jon Riehle (Marlene) and Neal Ryan Riehle; 9 grandchildren and one great grandchild; one brother Nicholas Riehle (Marilene); brothers-in-law, Alfred Hoeing, Jerome Larmann, Russell Fette, and Glenn Moore and sister-in-law Mary Ann Hemke Riehle-Disch.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his siblings, Mary Forthofer, Raymond Riehle, Coletta Weber, Amelia Weber, Anna Fette, Edna Suttmiller, Viola Hountz, Herbert Riehle, Romilda Hoeing, Pauline Larmann, Marcella Hartman, Matilda Moore, Wilfred Riehle and John J. Riehle.Visitation will be Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 9am – 11am at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville with rosary at 9am. Followed by a 11:30am Mass of Christian burial at St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Milan FFA, Nathan’s Hearing Implant Fund, Manderely Bird Seed Fund, Our Hospice of SE Indiana and masses to St. Louis Church.Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.com.
RelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Italy introduces compulsory virus testing for travellers from France Nigeria records new COVID-19 infections, more deaths as figures rise to 57,242 Former Liverpool Manager, Kenny Dalglish, has tested positive for Coronavirus after being admitted to hospital for an infection, but is asymptomatic according to a statement by the Merseyside club on behalf of his family on Friday. Dalglish, 69, who has been in hospital since Wednesday after requiring intravenous antibiotics, is not in immediate danger. “He would like to take this opportunity to thank the brilliant NHS staff, whose dedication, bravery and sacrifice should be the focus of the nation’s attention at this extraordinary time,” the statement said. “He would also ask that they are given the space to do their jobs during what is an extremely challenging time for them and that his own family’s privacy is respected.” Dalglish, who also played for Celtic, is a revered figure at Anfield, having won six English league titles and three European Cups as a player. He added three more league triumphs as a manager and also led Blackburn Rovers to an unexpected Premier League title in the 1994-95 season. Reuters/NAN.Tags: CoronavirusKenny DalgishLiverpool