Any project that does not have its planning approvals by Dec. 15 would have to comply with the new law. If a project has its approvals before Dec. 15, a contractor has a year to pull building permits before having to comply, Kalb said. … [Read more...] about Oakland City Council To Consider Banning Natural Gas From New Buildings
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The package features the same 480 hp rating as the standard all-wheel-drive GT, but increases torque from 600 lb-ft to 634 lb-ft and reduces the 0-60 mph acceleration time from 3.8 sec. to 3.5. sec. That puts it dead even with the Tesla Model Y Performance model, which is its closest competitor. … [Read more...] about More powerful Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition is a potent plug-in pony
“I want a lot of tribunals, Molly. I want COVID tribunals because I think there are political leaders who have blood on their hands that they need to be held to account for it. And I want some kind of like media tribunals because a lot of the media establishments created this fiction that is Donald Trump,” Baratunde says. … [Read more...] about Does Trump Really Want Republicans to Win in Georgia?
Private clinics aren’t the only ones seeing a surge in testing demand. The city’s public hospital system, which provides both regular PCR and rapid tests, recorded 70,000 tests conducted on a single day in the past week among its 40 testing locations, NYC Health and Hospitals officials said. Two sites, Bellevue Hospital and a pop-up clinic near Brooklyn’s Fort Hamilton, reported lines over two hours early this week and some patients had three-hour waits. Bellevue even canceled walk-in appointments Tuesday to alleviate the pressure. … [Read more...] about Why Does It Take Hours to Get a COVID Test in New York?
First, it is the declining competition. The United States is the world’s leading oil producer and growing petroleum exporter, and therefore a challenger to OPEC. Policies that curtail U.S. oil production — such as the proposed prohibition of drilling on federal land — will reduce global supply, increase OPEC’s global market share, and create an upward price pressure. By some estimates, U.S. oil production could decline between 1 and 3 million bpd before the end of Biden’s first term. This does not include the effects of the president-elect’s pledge to wind down billions in subsidies for the oil and gas sector. A less competitive American fossil fuel industry is music to OPEC’s ears. … [Read more...] about Why OPEC+ may welcome the Biden administration