Detroit Lions offensive guard TJ Lang 76 block

first_imgDetroit Lions offensive guard T.J. Lang (76) blocks Arizona Cardinals defensive end Josh Mauro (97) during the first half of an NFL football game in Detroit, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson) GLENDALE, Ariz. – It’s the No. 1 goal each week: Stop the run.And this week for the Arizona Cardinals that means stopping — or at least containing — the best rushing offense in the NFL. It’s a task made easier knowing defensive lineman Josh Mauro will play when the Jacksonville Jaguars visit University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday.Mauro had been listed questionable with an ankle injury that kept him off the practice field both Wednesday and Thursday. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The Cardinals’ defensive line was already going to be without Corey Peters, so Mauro’s availability is big considering the Jaguars average better than 160 rushing yards per game.Peters is missing a second straight week because of a bad ankle.The remaining inactives are quarterback Matt Barkley, safety Rudy Ford, offensive lineman Max Tuerk as well as wide receivers Carlton Agudosi, John Brown and Brittan Golden.Ford (knee) and Golden (groin) are hurt, while Brown (toe) had already been ruled out.For the Jaguars, wide receiver Allen Hurns (ankle), linebacker Donald Payne (hamstring) plus offensive linemen Jeremy Parnell (knee) and Patrick Omameh (quadriceps) are out due to injury and among the team’s listed inactives.The others not in uniform for Jacksonville are defensive tackle Eli Ankou, cornerback Jalen Myrick and offensive lineman William Poehls. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

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first_imgDetroit Lions offensive guard T.J. Lang (76) blocks Arizona Cardinals defensive end Josh Mauro (97) during the first half of an NFL football game in Detroit, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson) GLENDALE, Ariz. – It’s the No. 1 goal each week: Stop the run.And this week for the Arizona Cardinals that means stopping — or at least containing — the best rushing offense in the NFL. It’s a task made easier knowing defensive lineman Josh Mauro will play when the Jacksonville Jaguars visit University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday.Mauro had been listed questionable with an ankle injury that kept him off the practice field both Wednesday and Thursday. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The Cardinals’ defensive line was already going to be without Corey Peters, so Mauro’s availability is big considering the Jaguars average better than 160 rushing yards per game.Peters is missing a second straight week because of a bad ankle.The remaining inactives are quarterback Matt Barkley, safety Rudy Ford, offensive lineman Max Tuerk as well as wide receivers Carlton Agudosi, John Brown and Brittan Golden.Ford (knee) and Golden (groin) are hurt, while Brown (toe) had already been ruled out.For the Jaguars, wide receiver Allen Hurns (ankle), linebacker Donald Payne (hamstring) plus offensive linemen Jeremy Parnell (knee) and Patrick Omameh (quadriceps) are out due to injury and among the team’s listed inactives.The others not in uniform for Jacksonville are defensive tackle Eli Ankou, cornerback Jalen Myrick and offensive lineman William Poehls. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

LG Chem To Increase Battery Production In Poland To 70 GWh

first_imgThere are also rumors that a second battery plant is considered in Poland or maybe in another country. Construction of the second LG Chem plant in Europe is expected to begin in mid-2019.Interesting (google translate) | Jong Hyun Kim, president of LG Chem Energy Solutions, ensures that within 2-3 years the Korean company will increase the production potential of the factory from around 10 GWh to 70 GWh | me… Energy and mix is cheap and coal in Poland or? https://t.co/BEZQauNmVA— Matthias Schmidt (@auto_schmidt) November 24, 2018 Poland Will Become Home To Europe’s Largest Battery Factory Next Year – Courtesy Of LG Chem LG Chem to produce in Europe batteries for a million EVs annuallyAccording to Polish media, LG Chem has so many orders for electric car batteries that the recently constructed plant in Poland will be not big enough.A year ago, we assumed that the LG Chem Wroclaw Energy will produce at least several GWh of lithium-ion batteries annually, as the company announced a goal to power 100,000 cars. First production lines are already up and running, while new ones are under construction. Orders come from Daimler, Jaguar, Renault, Volkswagen Group and Volvo, to name just a few.Now, Jong Hyun Kim, president of LG Chem Energy Solutions is cited saying that within 2-3 years, production capacity will increase from 10 GWh to 70 GWh (for some 1 million electric cars annually). It would truly solidify the position of the market leader in Europe in terms of production capacity.See Also Panasonic’s Only Profitable Electric Car Battery Deal Is With Tesla Tesla Battery Cells Are Best Value In Class: 20% Cheaper Than LG Chemcenter_img Source: orpa.pl Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on November 29, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more

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first_imgThere are also rumors that a second battery plant is considered in Poland or maybe in another country. Construction of the second LG Chem plant in Europe is expected to begin in mid-2019.Interesting (google translate) | Jong Hyun Kim, president of LG Chem Energy Solutions, ensures that within 2-3 years the Korean company will increase the production potential of the factory from around 10 GWh to 70 GWh | me… Energy and mix is cheap and coal in Poland or? https://t.co/BEZQauNmVA— Matthias Schmidt (@auto_schmidt) November 24, 2018 Poland Will Become Home To Europe’s Largest Battery Factory Next Year – Courtesy Of LG Chem LG Chem to produce in Europe batteries for a million EVs annuallyAccording to Polish media, LG Chem has so many orders for electric car batteries that the recently constructed plant in Poland will be not big enough.A year ago, we assumed that the LG Chem Wroclaw Energy will produce at least several GWh of lithium-ion batteries annually, as the company announced a goal to power 100,000 cars. First production lines are already up and running, while new ones are under construction. Orders come from Daimler, Jaguar, Renault, Volkswagen Group and Volvo, to name just a few.Now, Jong Hyun Kim, president of LG Chem Energy Solutions is cited saying that within 2-3 years, production capacity will increase from 10 GWh to 70 GWh (for some 1 million electric cars annually). It would truly solidify the position of the market leader in Europe in terms of production capacity.See Also Panasonic’s Only Profitable Electric Car Battery Deal Is With Tesla Tesla Battery Cells Are Best Value In Class: 20% Cheaper Than LG Chemcenter_img Source: orpa.pl Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on November 29, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more