Oct 6, 2020 It Is Our CXC: Let Us Work Out A Solution – Amb.… These instructive and interactive sessions are part of an ongoing collaboration between the CARICOM Secretariat and CXC, to establish a framework and build capacity for the development and promotion of renewable energy. Through the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Technical Assistance (REETA) Programme, the German international development agency, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) has supported efforts by these entities to improve the capacity and awareness of Caribbean students, on sustainable energy issues. Two Major Leaps Towards a Climate Resilient, Emission-Free… BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The Caribbean Examinations Council® (CXC®), the Energy Unit of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat and the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) have collaborated to further the principles of renewable energy and sustainable development through future practitioners. As you embark upon your preparation for exams, join Regional energy professionals and lecturers for an interactive session for the CAPE Green Engineering Unit 2 Syllabus, on Friday 12 June 2020 at 10 am EST. Register here: https://t.co/bTW4vNcLA5 pic.twitter.com/Qf1yGj17vg— CARICOM Energy (@CARICOMEnergy) June 8, 2020 CARICOM Formulating Energy Security Strategy You may be interested in… -End- For further information kindly contact us at +1 (246) 227-1700 or email email@example.com (Barbados), or for queries in Jamaica at + 1 (876) 630-5200 or email: cxcwzo@cxc. Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Oct 5, 2020 The final session will focus on Unit 2 of the programme and presenters will include Dr Devon Gardner, Programme Manager for Energy and Head of the Energy Unit of the CARICOM Secretariat, Professor Chandrabhan Sharma, Leader of the Energy Systems programme in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the UWI, St Augustine and Dr Gary C. Jackson, PE, CEM, Executive Director of the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency. CDF, IRENA Collaborate to Boost Low-Carbon Investments in… Engineer at Sandals Grande Antigua and Dr. Cherri-Ann Farquharson, Lecturer in the Faculty of Engineering at the UWI Mona. Day one of the online sessions will be dedicated to Unit 1 of the Green Engineering programme, with presentations by Dr. Paulette Bynoe, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Guyana; Mr. Churchill Norbert, Chief As you embark upon your preparation for exams, join Regional energy professionals and lecturers for an interactive session for the CAPE Green Engineering Unit 1 Syllabus, Thursday 11 June at 10 am EST. Register here:https://t.co/bTW4vNcLA5 pic.twitter.com/a28dEmYMEe— CARICOM Energy (@CARICOMEnergy) June 8, 2020 These CARICOM entities will host a two-part webinar via Zoom, on Thursday 11 June and Friday, 12 June, from 10am, highlighting key areas in sustainable energy design, to support candidates preparing for Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination® (CAPE®) Green Engineering examinations in July. The online sessions will feature regional lecturers and professionals, sharing insights on content from the syllabus, in the context of current energy trends and practical applications. Oct 6, 2020 Oct 1, 2020 CXC to conduct region-wide training for teachers for CAPE’s Green Engineering SubjectKingston, JAMAICA – In efforts to build the Caribbean’s capacity in the delivery of the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)’s Green Engineering Syllabus, CXC will be hosting a three day boot camp in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The boot camp which scheduled for the April 4-6, 2018 will see participants from…March 28, 2018In “Antigua & Barbuda”The Bahamas signs Agreement establishing CCREEEThe Hon. Darren Henfield, Minister of Foreign Affairs of The Bahamas, signed the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) Agreement on behalf of the Government of The Bahamas. He signed the agreement within the margins of the 41st Community Council of Ministers held at the Caribbean Community…January 22, 2018In “General”Energy centre to highlight discussions at Special Meetings of COTEDThe establishment of the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) will straddle discussions at two Special Meetings of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) that will be held in Georgetown, Guyana on Wednesday and Thursday. A Special Meeting of COTED on Energy will be convened…February 3, 2015In “Antigua & Barbuda”Share this on WhatsApp
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Ole Miss defensive end Marquis Haynes (27) celebrates after sacking Auburn Tigers quarterback Sean White (13) during the NCAA football game between Auburn and Ole Miss on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. Ole Miss defeated Auburn 27-19.AUBURN – Trick-or-treat wasn’t moved in the Auburn city limits because of the football game. Trick-or-treat was the football game Saturday.Unfortunately for the announced sell-out crowd of 87,451, Auburn had too many tricks and Ole Miss treated itself to a 27-19 victory in Jordan-Hare Stadium.Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn broke out the Halloween bag of tricks offense and mind games early and often but all the misdirection gadgets, play-action fakes and reverse passes weren’t enough to topple a nationally ranked Southeastern Conference opponent.“We felt like we had to be aggressive,” Malzahn said. “They held a good Texas A&M to three points. They have some impact players on defense. As a coach you have a plan going into the game and you have to go with it.”Malzahn, who has now lost seven of its last eight conference games at Auburn, was defiant in his belief that Auburn (4-4, 1-4 in SEC) is just one or two plays away from being the dominant program he led in 2013.“I will say this, we can play with anybody and I think everyone can see that,” Malzahn said. “We just have to figure out how to take that next step and get a victory.”Malzahn likely felt he needed to be more aggressive because the 558 yards of total offense by Ole Miss are the most given up by an Auburn defense at home since Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel rolled into Jordan-Hare Stadium on his way to the Heisman Trophy and racked up 671 in a 63-21 victory for the Aggies.“They just started adjusting and doing some things,” Auburn linebacker Kris Frost said on Ole Miss’ second-half effort. “They have some great coaches over there and they made some plays.”Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze, left, talks to Auburn Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn before the NCAA football game between Auburn and Ole Miss on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala.Auburn’s “aggressive” mentality called for three different players to take the snap from center in the first six offensive plays of the game. In the Tigers 10th play of the afternoon, which is still normally part of the scripted section of the plan, wide receiver Jason Smith attempted his first career pass.“I think they only had one drive all day,” Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze said. “We gave up some explosive plays but the defense showed up strong and was a force. That made a big difference.”Throughout the first quarter, Auburn ran four gadget plays and produced three points that were earned more by a poor punt by Rebels sophomore Will Gleeson.When Auburn wasn’t busy running gadget plays, they were more than willing to take chances in the passing game with an injured starting quarterback. Sean White, who injured his left knee last week at Arkansas, completed just 12 of 28 for a career high 258 yards and his first career touchdown pass. In an all or nothing mentality against the Ole Miss, only two of his completions went from fewer than 10 yards.“I think Coach (Malzahn) really wanted to be aggressive in the pass game and we hit some big ones but we didn’t finish any drives in the red zone,” White said. “We had opportunities to when the game that’s for sure.”Auburn came into Saturday morning leading the nation in third down conversion rate led by developing confidence of White and the steady rushing of Peyton Barber. Unfortunately for the Tigers coaching staff, they also came into Saturday morning with both of those players injured and Auburn’s options limited to trickery.Auburn Tigers running back Jovon Robinson (29) runs downfield during the NCAA football game between Auburn and Ole Miss on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. Ole Miss defeated Auburn 27-19.Barber, who Malzahn said was “banged up” with undisclosed injuries, finished the afternoon with a season-low 17 yards and didn’t touch the football in the second half. Auburn’s 125 yards was the second lowest rushing total by a Tigers team with Malzahn as head coach. The only redeeming quality that that element of the Auburn offense was the emergence of junior Jovon Robinson. Robinson, who was the top ranked junior college transfer in the nation according to numerous online services, went for 91 yards on just 18 carries.In Auburn’s red zone opportunities the Rebels (7-2, 4-1) made sure to hold for field goals to secure the school’s only ever consecutive road victories against Alabama and Auburn. Auburn, who was second in the SEC in touchdown percentage inside the 20-yard-line, relied on Daniel Carlson for nine points in three red zone trips.“It’s pretty obvious today that we kicked too many field goals and didn’t do what we’re supposed to do in the red zone,” White said. “It’s not like we were in at the 19 or the 18 either. We were at the five and couldn’t put it in.” Auburn Tigers quarterback Sean White (13) is sacked by Ole Miss defensive end Marquis Haynes (27) during the NCAA football game between Auburn and Ole Miss on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. Ole Miss defeated Auburn 27-19.