Long-Term Enphase Energy, Inc. Investors Encouraged To Contact Kehoe Law Firm, P.C.

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Breach of Fiduciary Duties Investigation On Behalf Of Investors Who Have Held Enphase Energy Stock Continuously Since February 26, 2019

NEW YORK, USA, October 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — PHILADELPHIA, October 31, 2020 — Kehoe Law Firm, P.C. is investigating potential breaches of fiduciary duty claims involving certain officers and/or directors of Enphase Energy, Inc. (“Enphase” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: ENPH).

The investigation concerns whether certain officers and/or directors of Enphase breached their fiduciary duties by, among other things, manipulating Enphase’s financial results, overstating its revenues, exaggerating the Company’s gross margin expansion rate, as well as not accounting for a related-party transaction.


Kehoe Law Firm, P.C., with offices in New York and Philadelphia, is a multidisciplinary, plaintiff–side law firm dedicated to protecting investors from securities fraud, breaches of fiduciary duties, and corporate misconduct. Combined, the partners at Kehoe Law Firm have served as Lead Counsel or Co-Lead Counsel in cases that have recovered more than $10 billion dollars on behalf of institutional and individual investors.

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Team Tractor's New KIOTI CS2220 Tractor Delivers Major Upgrades

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Team Tractor and Equipment Releases the New KIOTI CS2220 Tractor

Took it on a test drive and was immediately hooked by the new tilt steering option. I also loved having cruise control. Comfort is crucial when it comes to working long hard hours in the fields.”

— Bryce Meehan

PHOENIX, AZ, UNITED STATES, October 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Kioti Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, Inc., has just delivered its new CS2220 tractor. It provides a much-enhanced operator experience when compared to the CS2210. It is now being released by Team Tractor and Equipment.

Operators can take advantage of five major upgrades including joystick valve, tilt steering wheel, USB socket, power socket, and cruise control.

The CS2220 is a powerful and comfortable workhorse – sized perfectly to provide excellent maneuverability in tight spaces.

Standard equipment includes a 21 hp engine, independent PTO, hydrostatic transmission, premium water-cooled diesel engine, rear differential lock, ergonomic operator work station, mid PTO, rear PTO and Category 1 three-point hitch, and twin HST Pedals for effortless forward/reverse movement.

According to Bryce Meehan, Sales Manager of Team Tractor and Equipment, “I had my guys assemble a CS2220 as soon as it came off the truck. Took it on a test drive and was immediately hooked by the new tilt steering option. I also loved having cruise control. Comfort is crucial when it comes to working long hard hours in the fields.”

The CS2220 also has an illuminated instrument panel, power steering, an ergonomically designed workstation and 12-volt power outlet. Safety features include an adjustable seatbelt, wet disc brakes, safety lights, headlights, and hydrostatic power steering.

To learn more about the new Kioti CS2220, or for an interview with Bryce Meehan, please contact Ana Dorfman at 602-753-9613 or email her at adorfman@teamtractor.com.

Team Tractor and Equipment – #1 Tractor Dealer in Arizona. We sell and service most major brands of tractors including Yanmar, Kubota, John Deere, TYM, Mahindra, Kioti, Case, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, Ford, Deutz, Case IH, Farmall, International Harvester, Branson Tractors, LS, Shibura, Claas Tractor, McCormick Tractors, Valtra, Solis, YTO, Montana, and Nortrac.


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Polar Bear Week Raises Attention to Threatened Species and Arctic Warming

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Polar Bears International is helping people get involved with the Arctic & climate change from afar; live cams, scientist chats, educational programming & more.

CHURCHILL, CANADA, October 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The eighth annual Polar Bear Week is almost here, happening November 1-7, 2020. Every year, Polar Bears International (PBI), the only nonprofit organization dedicated solely to wild polar bears and Arctic sea ice, hosts the event to celebrate polar bears and draw attention to the threats they face from a warming climate.

Polar Bear Week coincides with the annual gathering of hundreds of polar bears on the shores of Hudson Bay near Churchill, Canada, a town known as the polar bear capital of the world. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and worldwide elections, this year’s Polar Bear Week will be unlike any other. Polar Bears International is offering more ways for people to get involved from home, aiming to relieve stress while also shining a light on climate change, an issue which is on the ballot for many. Anyone will be able to tune into the Polar Bear Live Cams, participate in community challenges and educational programs, download curriculums and activities, and participate in live-streamed “Tundra Connections,” featuring scientists and experts around the globe. Access the broadcast schedule and activities here.

“Due to climate change, it's increasingly important to connect dots between polar bears, their habitat, and people around the world,” says Krista Wright, Executive Director of PBI, adding, “The ice-free season in the Churchill area is nearly a month longer than it was during the 1980s. As a result, the Western Hudson Bay polar bear population has dropped by 30 percent. Polar bears are iconic animals that act as a signal to the impact of global warming, and we hope Polar Bear Week encourages people to pause, appreciate, and listen to this species. If we act swiftly and collectively to make a bold transition to renewable energy, and away from fossil fuels, we can preserve polar bears for future generations.”

Here’s how people can get involved:
–Watch Polar Bear Live Cams: powered by explore.org, the largest live nature network in the world, and Frontiers North Adventures, a leader in sustainable tourism, along with Parks Canada and the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, these cams offer an unprecedented view into wild polar bears in their natural setting. In 2019, the live cams received 1.5 million viewers. The live cams have seen a surge in viewership during the global pandemic. This year’s programming will include:
—–Daily updates on the polar bear migration from Buggy One, PBI’s research vehicle
—–Live chats with scientists and experts
—–A special Zen out with Polar Bears session on November 3rd, US Election Day
Tune into Tundra Connections: webcasts with scientists, and other experts, streamed live so viewers can learn about polar bears and how they can help. 200,000 classrooms participate in Tundra Connections, and PBI’s Spring 2020 Tundra Connections, launched to help families staying at home during COVID-19, reached over 100,000 viewers. Scheduled broadcasts include:
—–White Bear Whereabouts in partnership with Connected North
—–Polar Bear Paws and Claws in partnership with Microsoft Education’s Skype in the Classroom
—–Curiosity Conserved the Polar Bear in partnership with Discovery Education
–Participate in Polar Bear Curriculum: use PBI's free schedule and activities to bring the Arctic to your home or school, including projects, presentations, arts and more. And new this year: PBI is excited to offer educational resources on Flipgrid.
–Take a Pledge to VOTE: with the climate in mind at all levels of government, seeking leaders who prioritize renewable energy.
–Speak Up: Let your leaders know that you want efficiency standards and renewable energy sources. Call them, email them, or send them postcards.
–Sign a Petition in support of carbon pricing plans, which economists say are the swiftest, most efficient paths to a renewable energy future.
–Share Your Commitment: Download our Vote for Polar Bears poster or stickers, or order your own yard sign through Zazzle.
–Donate and Symbolically Adopt a Polar Bear: Choose the "in honor of" option and receive an e-certificate, instantly, in your name or a loved one's honor.

2020 is particularly significant: scientists recently reported that, if greenhouse gas emissions continue as-is, most polar bears are likely to disappear by 2100, due to lack of sea ice. Polar bears rely on Arctic sea ice for hunting their seal prey, and this year scientists released a study finding that Arctic summer sea ice could disappear as early as 2035. This year’s sea ice minimum tied for the second-lowest extent on record, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center and NASA.

Last year’s Polar Bear Week included participation from Travel Manitoba, Explore Canada, Bear Trust, Oceana, Canadian Geographic, Conservation International, Sierra Club, National Geographic Wild, Defenders of Wildlife, Natural Resources Defense Council, David Suzuki Foundation, Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), ABQ Biopark, Akron Zoo, Alaska Zoo, Albuquerque BioPark, Assiniboine Park Zoo, Aquarium Du Quebec, Zoo Berlin, Zoo Brno, Buffalo Zoo, Buttonwood Park Zoo, Canadian Polar Bear Habitat, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Como Park Zoo, Edmonton Valley Zoo, Erlebnis Zoo Hannover, Henry Vilas Zoo, Indianapolis Zoo, Jenkinson’s Aquarium, Kansas City Zoo, Lincoln Park Zoo, Louisville Zoo, Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Memphis Zoo, Milwaukee County Zoo, North Carolina Zoo, Marineland, Munich Zoo, Oregon Zoo, Philadelphia Zoo, Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, Rostock Zoo, San Diego Zoo , San Francisco Zoo, Seneca Park Zoo, Toledo Zoo, Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Utah’s Hogle Zoo, Zoo Sauvage, Zoo Vienna Schonbrunn, and more organizations.

Outside of Polar Bear Week, PBI focuses on conservation efforts year-round and relies on global support to make the most impact.

Annie Edwards
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The Birth of the Young Changemaker Incubator – A Hong Kong SDG Initiative

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Hong Kong’s Young Changemaker Incubator 2020 – a ITS, MXA and GCC Initiative

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YCI Partner: Global Citizen Capital’s KIDsforSDGs Initiative

Students of Hong Kong's KIDsforSDGs - Young Changemaker Incubator

Young Changemaker Incubator 2020 – Celebrating UN SDGs

ITS, MXA and Global Citizen Capital are proud to showcase Asia’s largest cohort of university and high school students advancing the SDGs for UN75 #ACT4SDGs.

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Our mission as educators is inoculating a new generation against the sort of helplessness that has afflicted previous generations, a defeatist attitude that the world’s problems are too big.”

— Kenneth Kwok

HONG KONG, CHINA, October 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Hong Kong's Young Changemaker Incubator (YCI) hosted Asia’s largest cohort of university and high school students advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through initiatives registered with the United Nations (UN) and ACT4SDGs. Launched by ITS Education Asia, the MXA Group and Global Citizen Capital, YCI aims to interface traditional education with palpable impacts in the community, crafted by the hands of our youth.

The Birth

Inspired by the UN SDG Action Campaign’s renewed focus during COVID-19 and its mission to empower young leaders to achieve the Global Goals this decade, Kenneth Kwok of the MXA Group came to ITS with the hopes of bringing this sort of post-academic ethos to Hong Kong, a city with an individual-centric academic ecosystem slanted towards curricular excellence. His passion was to develop experience-based education revolving around the UN and its 17 SDGs.

We came from the problem in synergistic directions. ITS focused on the educational aspect, getting students to approach problems with same research and diligence as a productive academic. MXA focused on bringing students into relevant networks, and helping students build a brand and profile they can call their own. We ran a pilot to see how students would adopt this hybrid education.

Very quickly, we realized that we had stumbled upon a program that transcends the traditional educational model. Students in university and secondary school alike were able to exercise an entirely new set of muscles through the YCI, regardless of how advanced their curricula was.

The Educational Backdrop

Your author first came to the problem of empowering youth indirectly. My work, like the work of most, is shaped by market demands. In Hong Kong, there are myriad students vying for spots at top US universities, and this fierce competition creates an economy of consultants who help students prepare the best applications.

One may often ask: how is “best” defined? For many who work with us just weeks before their application deadlines, “best” is often superficial packaging. We are all seduced by a quick fix, but in this case, it is often merely adequate rather than optimal. Sure, consultants can certainly help students intellectualize their work based off students’ existing experiences. Rarely, however, would these empty applications be competitive against teenagers who had already set up their own research lab, ran a local charity, or set up a prosperous enterprise.

Despite all of the help we could give students, we were never given the time or mandate to help them craft experiences over which students could take ownership. This all changed this summer with the Young Changemaker Incubator (YCI).

The Youth

Students came to the YCI often with little more than a passion to do good in this world. After a couple of brainstorm sessions, we would help them identify a concrete goal and the initial steps they would need to make an impact. Some worked with us regularly: all worked ferociously independently. The YCI simply helps set someone off in their right direction. They end up running so fast we can hardly catch up.

Ho Sum Yee of Dean College wanted to help provide mental health care to youth in the Greater Bay Area, as she overcame her own depression and anxiety with the help of a compassionate ear. We conceived of a mental health platform, for teenagers by teenagers. She compiled a manual to assist teenagers in giving care to their peers, drawing on common sense alongside authoritative experts and publications like the APA, the DSM V, and the Mayo Clinic.

Vitoria Carneiro Zhu, a senior at Canadian International School HK, is an aspiring architect with an unshakeable passion to rectify issues caused by inequality and poverty. After some deliberation, she decided to aim her efforts at the sub-divided flats of Hong Kong, apartments smaller than 100 sq. ft. often housing families up to four. The enterprising Ms. Zhu has built a platform – Youth for Experimental Space – for other young architects to showcase their projects. They can even be interviewed by Ms. Zhu and her partner Nikki Ivanova for the site’s podcast – The Pitch.

The young men of SHUI – Mingyang Xu of Cornell, Heyuan Ni of Berkeley, and Michael Gao of Penn – are already looking past their Ivy League educations and aiming to make a positive impact on one of the world’s most precious resources: water. As technologies race ahead, our ability to clean up their unintended effects lags even further behind.

Rica Wong at Hebron Academy has dealt with ADHD and Tourette syndrome as long as she can remember. After her brainstorm, she decided that she wanted to help overcome stigmas and misconceptions about these diseases. Her mission: to write children’s books that could be used by parents, psychiatrists, school counselors, and bullies to help understand the types of mental and social struggles that sufferers face. Her next tasks: raising money for publication and thoughtfully disseminating copies of the book to where it’s needed most.

The Impact

These projects, among many others, have instilled a sense of empowerment in each of the students, while presenting opportunities to work with each other. After all, just like the SDGs themselves, interactive collaboration is the lifeblood of scaling impact. Hand in hand, each now believes that the problems of the world can be tackled, piece by piece, with a bit of ingenuity.

Of course, adult mentorship in programs like the YCI is important. Students enroll into courses run by WFUNA and other international organizations aiming to help students kick-start their action. Our friends at the Better Together Foundation and their KIDsforSDGs initiative have also been extremely generous helping students with their time and resources. Edvantage and its leadership in the education space is an inspiration. The YCI’s roster of academic mentors paired with professional coaches is the backbone of ongoing student support. Ultimately, however, each student truly is the motor of their own initiative.

In the Young Changemaker Incubator, students of all ages, interests, and capabilities can develop their own sense of agency in this world.

Michael Li
ITS Education Asia
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Trump Team’s Action to Remove Federal Protection for Endangered Wolves Days Before the Election Is Political Malpractice

President Trump’s Dept. of Interior is committing political malpractice with a plan to remove federal protections for wolves in the Northern Great Lakes region.

Trump is trailing in the polls not because rural communities are showing soft support for him, but because he’s badly lagging with suburban voters, especially women.”

— Wayne Pacelle

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES , October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wayne Pacelle, President of Animal Wellness Action, released the following statement today on the Trump Administration's removal of federal protections for gray wolves in the Northern Great Lakes region:

Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin are swing states in presidential politics. They are also wolf states – with the family-oriented gray wolves stalking the boreal forests in search of deer and moose and beavers in their northern reaches.

President Trump’s Interior Department team is committing political malpractice by announcing today – just days before the close of the national election – a plan to remove federal protections for wolves in the Northern Great Lakes region, and also throughout the rest of their scant range in the lower 48 states. Two top Administration officials are in Minnesota to tout the final action to remove federal protection for the wolves and turn over management to state fish and wildlife agencies clamoring for the chance to open trophy hunting and trapping seasons for wolves.

President Trump, by all estimates, is behind in the polls in all three states, and this is a calculated political maneuver to boost support in them.

I want to tell the Administration that they are upside down on the politics of this issue.

Trump is trailing in the polls not because rural communities are showing soft support for him, but because he’s badly lagging with suburban voters, especially women.

He may not realize that attitudes toward wolves have come a long way since the fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood’s portrayal of the “big bad wolf.”

Just look at the treatment of Canis lupus in perhaps the most popular television series of all time, “Game of Thrones.” The wolves became part of the Stark family, whose characters were the central actors in the seven-year, immensely popular TV drama. The wolf is the totem animal emblazoned on the flag of House Stark. The forebearers of the dogs we love in our homes, they were viewed as powerful, family-oriented, brave, loyal, and intuitive – the very attributes we admire in people.

The reality is, wolves play a critical role in their native ecosystems, as anyone who has watched the powerful documentary “How Wolves Change Rivers” can attest. Biologists in Yellowstone have found that wolves push deer and elk populations from overgrazed areas, enabling aspen and willow to reclaim ground and restore forest health. Restored streams have attracted more spawning salmon and trout, plants, songbirds, water-wading birds, and moose.

Wolf predation helps maintain healthy deer populations, lowering the frequency of deer-auto collisions and prevalence of crop losses. This saves private citizens and governments tens of millions of dollars a year. And wolves are a bulwark against Chronic Wasting Disease, a brain wasting disorder that kills deer and has cost states hundreds of millions of dollars to contain.

Wolves also generate jobs and commerce. The International Wolf Center in Ely, Minn. contributes $3 million to the local economy annually, and annual visitor spending has increased by $35 million since the reintroduction of wolves in the states surrounding Yellowstone National Park.

The Trump Administration plan, if not stopped in the courts, would result in at least 1,500 wolves being killed a year in the three Great Lakes states, with the states seeking to use steel-jawed leghold traps and snares. Wisconsin’s diabolical plan would allow hunting of wolves with packs of dogs – enabling animal fighting without the pit or the wagering, but with all the same cruelty.

And the killing would be done not for food, but just for the thrill of killing the animals and claiming a trophy.

The American public will no longer tolerate that kind of wanton cruelty and waste.

In 2014, I worked on two referendums in Michigan to nullify an effort by state lawmakers to open up a trophy hunting and trapping season on wolves. Voters favored the measure to bar wolf hunting by an overwhelming margin, with 64 percent of voters in one measure favoring continued protections for the wolves.

Remember, that’s Michigan, which is viewed as a battleground state, and it is a key audience for today’s choreographed event.

The notion that wolves have recovered across the range only passes the straight-face test if you believe “barely hanging on” constitutes recovery. Add up all the surviving wolves in the lower 48 states and they amount to only 5,000 or so animals – fewer wolves ambling over millions of square miles than there are people in the 12-square-mile small town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.

There are not more than 200 wolves in any one of the states where they’ve recently set foot, including California, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, and Washington. If wolves lose federally protected status, then despite overwhelming public opposition, the mass killing of wolves will resume in more than half a dozen states where ranchers, trophy hunters, and trappers hold the balance of power and view them as invaders.

And let’s put wolf predation and conflicts in perspective. Although some wolves do occasionally prey on livestock, it’s minimal. Wolf kills account for between 0.1 percent and 0.6 percent of all livestock deaths. Of all the world’s top predators, they are among the least threatening to human beings – with no documented attacks by healthy wolves on people in the lower 48 states in the last century.

Wolves are an economic and environmental boon, promoting wildlife-associated tourism, providing a check on prey populations, stemming wildlife disease, and strengthening the vigor of the ecosystems.

In a nation with more than 320 million people and just a few thousand wolves, only a distorted view of reality can lead one to conclude that wolves have recovered. Killing wolves for their heads and hides – or for the thrill and spectacle – is bad policy. It’s also bad politics. We may get some proof of that on Tuesday when the suburban precincts report their results in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

The long period of persecution that wolves endured at our hands should be a lesson of history, not a guide for future action.

Marty Irby
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The incredible opportunity to start your very own air duct cleaning business in 30 days.

ProAir Industries Inc, a company that deals in air duct cleaning equipment. Various well-known service providers make use of their air duct cleaning equipment.

SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — ProAir Industries Inc, a company that deals in air duct cleaning equipment. Various well-known service providers make use of their air duct cleaning equipment. Lately, they have announced that they will start registration and the registered people will receive a free e-book where they will learn all about how to start a profitable Air Duct Cleaning business in just 30 days. And this is not the only thing; they will also get free training on using the air duct cleaning equipment. They will get proper knowledge about running a profitable business and what is required to be successful in the business. To get this opportunity, visit this link and subscribe now- proaireq.com/Business-Opportunity

Due to COVID 19 situation, a lot of people have lost their jobs. It’s a very tough time even to get a new job in this period of crisis. However, ProAir Industries Inc has come as a boon in disguise for all the people struggling with getting jobs. ProAir Industries brings to you a chance to start your very own Air Duct cleaning business. This is also considered one of the most profitable businesses that a person could start with very less investment. Visit this link to know detail about ProAir equipment – https://proaireq.com/air-duct-cleaning-equipment

Since no one can start a business without prior knowledge, the training will guide the people interested in starting their air duct cleaning business. That will include all the knowledge about the various types of equipment required by those people. They will also learn about air duct cleaning, why air duct cleaning is necessary, and what might happen if one does not clean their air ducts.

In one of the customer testimonials of this industry, Chris Dalton, Owner of Assured Heating and Air, said, “ProAir has come up with a system that allows me to integrate Duct Cleaning in our HVAC Repair & Maintenance. It has created additional income that I hoped for, and it has paid for itself in a month” not only this but also Aron Rodgers, owner of Total Air Solutions (TAS) said, “It has increased my average job by $800. It gives me the option of being a complete air quality service.

To maintain this stature, the company has now looked forward to educating people about air duct cleaning and how people can create a career out of it.

About ProAir Industries Inc: ProAir Industries Inc is a company that provides various types of equipment that can be used for air duct cleaning services. This company is ranked as NO 1 among the highly rated companies dealing with various types of air duct cleaning equipment. The main objective of the company is to educate people about air duct cleaning and its necessities. This is based in Santa Ana, California. You can also visit their official website to know more about the industry by clicking on this link https://proaireq.com/.

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DotCom Magazine Zoom Interview

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James F. O’Connor Interviewed by DotCom Magazine for The Entrepreneur Spotlight Video Interview Series. A DotCom Magazine Exclusive Interview.

“The interview with James F. O’Connor was remarkably interesting and informative. He is an expert in solar, and it really was fascinating.”

— Andy "Jake" Jacob, CEO, DotCom Magazine

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — James F. O’Connor, Director of Marketing of Go Solar Group has been interviewed by DotCom Magazine as part of the online magazine’s Entrepreneur Spotlight Interview Series. James F. O’Connor, Director of Marketing of Go Solar Group, joins other leading CEO’s. Founders, and thought leaders that have participated in this informative video interview series. In the interview, James F. O’Connor discusses new initiatives at Go Solar Group, and shares thoughts on leadership and entrepreneurship. James F. O’Connor joins other leaders building strong and compelling companies who have been invited to participate on the video series.

Andy Jacob, CEO of DotCom Magazine says, “The interview with James F. O’Connor was remarkably interesting and informative. He is an expert in solar, and it really was fascinating. Anyone, especially entrepreneurs, can learn from his wisdom and insight.

DotCom Magazine is a leading news platform providing fascinating interviews with news makers, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs. DotCom Magazine is the leader in putting people with insatiable entrepreneurial spirit at the forefront of every story it publishes. The Entrepreneur Spotlight Interview Video Series looks at business through the lens of a successful entrepreneur’s mindset. The Entrepreneur Spotlight Series has included many high-profile leaders, including Inc 5000 founders, Ted Talk presenters, ABC Shark Tank participants, Forbes Council members, venture backed visionaries, and many other wonderful thought leaders and entrepreneurs. DotCom Magazine covers real entrepreneur stories making a difference. Regardless of who the entrepreneur is, where they live, or what they are doing, if it is interesting and newsworthy, DotCom Magazine covers it. The people at DotCom Magazine considers the newsworthiness of the story and what our readers want to learn about. If something is important to their readers, it is important to DotCom Magazine. The people at DotCom Magazine believe in including a diverse range of entrepreneur voices in our reporting, actively pursuing diversity in our entrepreneurs, and listening to our readers and viewers to make sure we are as open and responsive as possible.

Email: Andy@DotComMagazine.com
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MEDIA ADVISORY – ATTENTION REPORTERS & EDITORS: Join us for a Terramera virtual news conference with Microsoft on Monday

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Join us for a Terramera virtual news conference with Microsoft next Monday.

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Terramera, a global agtech leader transforming how food is grown and the economics of agriculture, will host a virtual news conference to announce details of a major development for clean technology and agriculture in Canada. Microsoft Canada will participate.

A media availability will follow the announcement.

WHO: Terramera with participation by Microsoft Canada
Karn Manhas, CEO and Founder, Terramera
Travis Good, Chief Technology Officer, Terramera
John Weigelt, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Canada

WHAT: Virtual Press Conference

WHEN: 10:30 – 11:10 a.m. (PST), Monday, November 2, 2020

WHERE: Virtual

Journalists who wish to participate can register by contacting media@terramera.com with their name and media outlet. A link for media will be provided to those who register.

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Breakthrough Research to Benefit Humans and Horseshoe Crabs

An Atlantic horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) specimen from the Kepley aquaculture facility in North Carolina.

An Atlantic horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) specimen from the Kepley aquaculture facility in North Carolina.

To date, the Kepley team has reported on their work in four articles in the Frontiers in Marine Science research journal.

To date, the Kepley team has reported on their work in four articles in the Frontiers in Marine Science research journal.

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, US, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — After studying the existing science as a North Carolina start-up, Kepley BioSystems focused on two objectives in 2018: First, to prove that horseshoe crabs could be sustainably husbanded in aquaculture, and second, that a meticulously harvested substrate from their blood could offer a breakthrough in clinical diagnostics. Both goals would require overcoming daunting barriers that faced earlier efforts while expanding on the established role of horseshoe crab “blue blood” for medical sterility testing.

Undeterred, the group concentrated on addressing the growing threats from antimicrobial resistance and sepsis – and from the annual biomedical industry capture of several hundred thousand horseshoe crabs from their habitats with up to 30% mortality. The former posed an increasingly urgent need for rapid testing for bacteremia with parts-per-trillion sensitivity in human medicine, and the latter required an alternative to current practices to help protect this ancient species while ensuring drug and device safety.

Kepley documented this research in four articles, with the final two publications today and last week. From a far-reaching assessment of the study of horseshoe crabs to date, the group went on to prove novel approaches to feeding them and ensuring their wellbeing, while developing low-impact harvesting protocols for sustainable aquaculture. This alternative to wild capture could help secure the vital resource on which millions of patients depend for sterile, safe implantable medical devices and injectable drugs every year. It could also help ensure ample test supplies for a breakthrough in rapid patient screening to guide timely treatment of bacterial and fungal infections – and mitigate the risks of antimicrobial resistance when treating septicemia.

The first two publications made important contributions to the literature and spanned many disciplines, including: aquaculture, animal feed, infectious disease, diagnostic medicine, and ecology. And the last two round out the specifics with respect to sustainable husbandry, promising disruptive ecological and clinical benefits.

Since the inception of the pandemic, an area of particular interest has been coinfections leading to bacterial sepsis in the management COVID-19 patients with viral pneumonia, especially when blood culturing is impracticable. It has also been widely reported that sterility testing of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines could intensify pressures that further threaten the horseshoe crab viability as a species.

Kepley BioSystems horseshoe crab research has been generously supported by the National Science Foundation and the NC Sea Grant Agency, to date. The company is seeking investors and commercialization partners in diagnostics, aquaculture and agricultural feedstocks.

These publications are listed below for further reference and may be accessed at: www.KepleyBioSystems.com/HSCpublications

HUSBANDRY: Effects of Diet on the Biochemical Properties of Limulus Amebocyte Lysate From Horseshoe Crabs in an Aquaculture Setting. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7:541604. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.541604. (2020)
Read online: www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2020.541604/full

IDEAL CONDITIONS: Evaluation of Indoor and Outdoor Aquaculture Systems as Alternatives to Harvesting Hemolymph From Random Wild Capture of Horseshoe Crabs. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7:568628. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.568628. (2020)
Read online: www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2020.568628/full

PROOF OF PRINCIPAL: Horseshoe Crab Aquaculture as a Sustainable Endotoxin Testing Source. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7:153. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.00153. (2020)
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Plastic Solar Cell Market Size is Expected to Reach $386.3 Mn by 2026, at a CAGR of 88.0%

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PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, October 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the report, the global plastic solar cell industry was pegged at $2.4 million in 2018, and is projected to reach $386.3 million by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 88.0% from 2019 to 2026.

Major determinants of the market growth

Rise in demand for plastic solar cells in the electronics industry, surge in demand for energy in remote areas, and increase in government initiatives and support for renewable source of energy have boosted the growth of the global plastic solar cell market. However, conversion efficiency of PV system technology hampers the market growth. On the contrary, R&D in solar cells technologies and advent of new technologies in manufacturing process of plastic solar cells are expected to create lucrative opportunities for the market players in the coming years.

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Covid-19 scenario:

Due to continuous lockdown in several countries and depressed demand for solar cells, small and medium companies in the market are unable to absorb the losses and are likely to go bankrupt.

As the majority of raw material is imported from China, the uncertain political situation would be challenging for the market players.

The disposable solar panel segment dominated the market

By application, the disposable solar panel segment held the largest share in 2018, contributing to more than half of the global plastic solar cell market. This is owing to increase in demand for rooftop installation of solar panels because of growth in urbanization coupled with macroeconomic factors such as government incentives and tariffs and cheap alternative source of power. However, the hydrogen-powered car segment is anticipated to register the fastest CAGR of 97.7% during the forecast period, due to surge in demand for automation in vehicles, high competition in the automotive industry, surge in demand for electric cars to control pollution, and increase in trend of driverless cars.

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The dye-sensitized nanocrystalline solar cells segment to manifest highest CAGR through 2026

By type, the dye-sensitized nanocrystalline solar cells segment is expected to register the highest CAGR of 92.4% during the forecast period, owing to rising demand for LED applications, voltages, temperature sensors, circuit rectifiers and varactors for voltage-controlled oscillators. However, PN junction structure (P-N heterojunction) segment held the largest share in 2018, accounting for more than three-fifths of the global plastic solar cell market, due to need for shifting to renewable energy because of rapid consumption and depletion of fossil fuels.

LAMEA, followed by Asia-Pacific and North America, to witness highest CAGR by 2026

By region, the market across LAMEA would manifest highest CAGR of 90.5% during the forecast period, owing to increase in urbanization and population explosion and low cost of the product, especially in countries such as China and India. However, the global plastic solar cell market across Europe contributed the highest share in 2018, holding more than two-fifths of the market, due to rise in demand for distributed systems in the European market.

Competitive Analysis

The key players in the plastic solar cell industry include Abengoa Solar S.A., Acciona Energia S.A., Applied Materials., Bright Source Energy Inc., eSolar Inc., Gintech Energy Corp., Konarka Technologies., Sunpower Corporation, Canadian Solar Inc., and Tata Power Solar. These key players have adopted strategies, such as product portfolio expansion, mergers & acquisitions, agreements, geographical expansion, and collaborations to enhance their market penetration.

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Key Benefits for Stakeholders:

• This study includes the analytical depiction of the global plastic solar cell market size along with the current trends and future estimations to determine the imminent investment pockets.
• The plastic solar cell market size is determined to understand the profitable trends to gain a stronger foothold.
• The report presents information related to key drivers, restraints, and opportunities with a detailed impact on plastic solar cell market analysis.
• The current plastic solar cell market forecast is quantitatively analyzed from 2018 to 2026 to benchmark the financial competency.
• Porter’s five forces analysis illustrates the potency of the buyers and suppliers in the market.
• The report includes the key vendors and their plastic solar cell market trends.

Plastic Solar Cell Market Segmentation:

By Type

• PN Junction Structure (P-N Heterojunction)
• Dye-Sensitized Nanocrystalline Solar Cells

By Application

• Disposable Solar Panel
• Hydrogen Powered Car
• Wireless Devices
• Others

By End User

• Automotive
• Consumer Electronics
• Residential
• Power & Energy
• Others
By Region

• North America

o U.S.
o Canada
o Mexico

• Europe

o UK
o Germany
o France
o Rest of Europe

• Asia-Pacific

o China
o Japan
o India
o South Korea
o Rest of Asia-Pacific


o Latin America
o Middle East & Africa

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