U.S. Solar Trade Association Expands Board of Directors at Pivotal Moment for Solar Industry

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Four companies, CEP Renewables, Kiewit Energy Group, Monarch Private Capital, and Moss & Associates, are joining the board of directors of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). Additionally, the association named Laura Stern, co-CEO of Nautilus Solar Energy, vice-chair of its executive committee. SEIA’s board of directors now consists of more than … Read more

‘Something great happening here!’ Mordaunt hails Brexit Britain’s NEW global trade plan

Writing exclusively for Express.co.uk, international trade minister Ms Mordaunt has hailed the latest move maximising the freedoms gained from leaving the European Union (EU) pointing out that Britain’s economic success is dependent on relationships outside Europe. It comes as the Department for International Trade published its plans to remove hundreds of trade barriers while protecting … Read more

Russia’s horror plans to dominate North Sea foiled as melting ice break Putin’s trade grip

For decades, scientists have sounded alarms over the melting of ice in the Arctic region as a result of a warming planet. However, researchers have now found this gradual degradation of ice is set to have the unintended consequence of weakening Russia’s control over popular shipping routes. As ice-covered regions of the Arctic melt away, a new … Read more

Trade Secretary accused of ‘disrespect’ after missing Australia deal scrutiny

T he International Trade Secretary has been accused of showing “disrespect” to MPs after she failed to appear before a parliamentary committee. Anne-Marie Trevelyan had been due to attend a meeting of the International Trade Committee on Wednesday morning to answer questions on the Government’s free trade deal with Australia. But she pulled out the … Read more

Church monuments linked to trade are a source of great hurt, report says 

Church’s race chief blasts slavery stance: Monuments linked to trade are a source of great hurt, report says The Church of England has failed to tear down monuments linked to slavery, the Archbishops’ Commission for Racial Justice found in a report A recent judgment forced Jesus College, Cambridge, to keep a plaque to 17th century … Read more

Values and value at stake in sharp end of EU trade talks

First published JUN 28, 2022 Updated 5 hours ago Sam Sachdeva Sam Sachdeva is Newsroom’s national affairs editor, covering foreign affairs and trade, housing, and other issues of national significance. Show more Trade Long-running trade talks with the European Union may be close to an end, with hopes Jacinda Ardern can help finalise an agreement … Read more

Values and value at stake in sharp end of EU trade talks

First published JUN 28, 2022 Updated 5 hours ago Sam Sachdeva Sam Sachdeva is Newsroom’s national affairs editor, covering foreign affairs and trade, housing, and other issues of national significance. Show more Trade Long-running trade talks with the European Union may be close to an end, with hopes Jacinda Ardern can help finalise an agreement … Read more

Johnson says Northern Ireland Bill could be law by the end of the year despite EU trade war threats

Boris Johnson suggested a controversial new law overriding parts of the Brexit deal with the EU could be in place by the end of the year, ahead of its first major Parliamentary test. Speaking at the G7 meeting in Germany the Prime Minister signalled that his plan to effectively tear up parts of the Northern Ireland … Read more

Colts Trade Down From 42nd Overall Pick For 53rd Overall Pick, Extra 3rd Round Pick in Package From Vikings

The Indianapolis Colts have traded down from the 42nd overall pick—along with their fourth round pick (Pick #122) for the Minnesota Vikings second round pick (Pick #53), third round pick (Pick #77), and sixth round pick (Pick #192): It sounds like a good deal for the Colts, who gain an additional third round round pick … Read more

NFL Draft 2022: Giants trade back (with Jets) in Round 2 — and then move down again | Full details, plus Joe Schoen’s remaining picks

The Giants on Friday night traded back in Round 2 of the 2022 NFL Draft — in a deal with the Jets. And then they traded back again. The Giants were scheduled to pick fourth in the round, 36th overall. The Jets moved up two spots, sending No. 38 to the Giants — plus No. … Read more