first_imgOn Saturday, the first match will measure, beginning at eleven in the morning, the two leaders of each formations, with a duel Suárez-Osaka which may very well be key to the end result of the tie between the Spanish, participant 55 of the world and the Japanese, former world primary, which occupies the 10th place in the WTA classification.If needed the doubles match this one would face, in precept, to the duo shaped by the Girona Aliona Bolsova and Barcelona’s Georgina García Pérez with Shuko Aoyama and Ena Shibanara.On this tie is at stake the qualification for the new ultimate section of the Federation Cup, to be held from April 14 to 19 in Budapest, with the presence of 12 nationwide groups in search of the world title. Castellón Sara Sorribes, quantity two, and Naomi Osaka, primary, will open tomorrow at 12.00 the qualifying spherical of the Federation Cup, which takes place this Friday and Saturday at the La Manga Membership Tennis Heart in Cartagena.The day on Friday will finish with the match between Carla Suárez and Misaki Doi, after the draw held on Thursday. The tie will be performed on this advanced positioned in the Cartagena deputation of Los Belones.After the Sorribes-Osaka, the conflict between the Grancanaria Suárez, #1 of the Spanish crew, and 2 in Japan, Doi.last_img read more

first_imgSource: CARB via Green Car Congress The California Air Resources Board will conduct a public hearing in February to consider a proposed Zero-Emission Airport Shuttle regulation.The regulation would require airport shuttles serving California’s 13 largest airports to transition to 100% zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) by 2035. It would apply to public and private fleets, including operators of parking facilities, rental car agencies and hotels.Currently, almost 1,000 public and private airport shuttles operate at the 13 largest airports. The majority use gasoline or CNG. CARB expects the proposed regulation to reduce CO2 emissions by 500,000 metric tons between 2020 and 2040.CARB says the regulation will not only increase the use of ZEVs in the medium- and heavy-duty on-road sectors, but also provide a bridge to ZEV adoption in other sectors. Source: Electric Vehicles Magazinelast_img read more