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Aug 24, 2012
Julia

Department of Environment Has Launched a Cleaning Campaign

 

The Municipality of Leganes, through the Department of Environment has started this morning in the Fountain Square one of Honda ‘thorough cleaning campaigns’ in order to improve the appearance of this district after completion of the holidays in honor of Our Lady of Butarque 2012, according to a statement.

Part of this initiative and adaptation of urban spaces took place last week at the fairgrounds where several teams cleaned dirty water and removed grease stains and dirt that appeared on the pavement after the occupation of the fair site by mobile booths and bars of the fair between 10th and 19th of August.

So, this morning has begun proceedings in the Honda Fountain Square, Plaza of Spain, a section of the street Ordonez and Antonio Machado and Jeromin streets. On successive days in the streets act Captain Wall Durán, Noon, Plaza del Salvador, among others. This action will end next Sunday and will run daily between 8:00 and 14:00.

 

Jun 29, 2012
Julia

Third Technical Meeting to Solve Fishing Dispute in Gibraltar

 

Today will be the third meeting of the two technical committees, without political representatives, who are negotiating for more than a month, the solution to the conflict affecting fishing sailors, Algeciras and La Linea fishing, in the waters surrounding the Rock of Gibraltar. In the last four months, this has caused great tension between Spain and Gibraltar.

The president of the Andalusian owners and representative of the Fishermen’s Association of Algeciras (Cádiz), Pedro Maza, said “The appointment on Friday may be the definitive”, but do not want to launch from the rooftops as “the meeting may be important. “Once we have kept the first two, I think there is little else to say,” Maza added. In that sense, Maza points to the need to return as soon as possible to” fish” because it is still important for families who get their source of living from fishing.

The goal was made clear on several occasions. The Spanish fishermen’s goal is to “return to the 1999 situation.” In particular, the agreement reached between the government of Caruana and Spain that had allowed a few months ago when the current Chief Minister, Fabian Picardo, broke the agreement unilaterally based on the laws of the environment of the colony.

“This fishing is not a problem. Someone must make a determination. We have already done everything we could do within the range we have,” Maza said, hoping that on Friday, “they can end this situation”.

Jun 26, 2012
Julia

The Power Auction Today Will Determine the Electricity Tariff Review in July

 

MADRID – The nineteenth auction of electricity between traders of last resort (Cesur) will be held today and serves to hold the corresponding term in the energy of light fare, with the next quarterly review will take place on July 1.

The result of these auctions has a weight close to 50% on Last Resort Rate, while the other 50% are electric tolls, which meet the cost regulated power system.

The previous auction, held in March, closed with declines of 7%, while Last Resort Rate finally rose 7% to collect tolls increased nearly 23% with the government complied with the judgments of the Supreme Court and ensuring balance between costs and revenues. The rise was accompanied by a reduction of regulated costs of 1.700 million.

The auction will coincide with the announcement of the energy reform in which government works, which aims to tackle the tariff deficit and avoid that in 2012 the gap exceeds 1.500 million. Secretary of State for Energy, Fernando Marti, has warned that the deficit in 2012 may be 4.000 million, if no action is taken.

In tomorrow’s auction of five providing electric service regulated tariff, which are Endesa, Iberdrola, Fenosa Natural Gas, HC and E.ON will acquire 5,036 megawatts (MW) base load and peak load 575 MW for the third quarter.

Apart from the decisions of the Government related to cost reduction of the electrical system, experts warn that it will be necessary to raise the income of the system and, to that end, not only will raise rates, but also expected to taxation .