The Testing Expertise and Access for Marine Energy Research (TEAMER) program will begin accepting applications for testing and expertise support on 26 May. Categories: TEAMER program will launch three to four annual open funding calls for three years and distribute approximately $13 million. TEAMER Program Gears for Its First RFTS Call Open water testing is not available for RFTS 1. Applicants can apply to receive technical support from pre-approved testing and expertise facilities listed on the TEAMER Facility Network page. This will be done through Requests for Technical Support (RFTS), to support marine renewable energy testing and development projects. It provides access facilities and expertise to solve challenges, build knowledge, foster innovation, and drive commercialization. Authorities & Government Announced by the US DOE last year, TEAMER’s mission is to accelerate the viability of marine renewables. However, TEAMER plans to support open water and field testing in future RFTS. The RFTS 1 application period will open on 26 May and remain open through 31 July 2020. Posted: 6 months ago Posted: 6 months ago Upon acceptance, applicants will work with the facility to complete a thorough test plan prior to the access period. Applicants need to consult their 1-2 facilities of interest prior to applying to ensure their RFTS is within the capabilities of the facility and aligns with the goals of the TEAMER program.
Published on April 22, 2014 at 11:05 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossman Facebook Twitter Google+ Between two stints of rain, 93 pitches and seven shutout innings, it was business as usual for Syracuse ace Sydney O’Hara.O’Hara’s dominance on the mound for Syracuse (21-22, 10-11 Atlantic Coast) was backed by two home runs in a 5-0 win over Niagara (13-24) at SU Softball Stadium on Tuesday night in front of 74 fans.Senior Jasmine Watson, playing catcher in the game, and sophomore shortstop Corinne Ozanne each went deep. Watson collected another RBI on a double and O’Hara helped herself out by driving in the other two runs with a double.And while O’Hara dazzled Niagara hitters throughout the night, head coach Leigh Ross was especially perplexed after the game.“I mean that was as hard as I’ve seen her throw all season,” Ross said. “I think pitchers tend to throw a little harder under the lights, and she came out tonight ready to get this done.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFrom the moment she stepped on the mound in the first inning she was in the driver’s seat, striking out four of the first five hitters she faced.A runner did not reach base until Niagara slapped two consecutive two-strike hits to the outfield in the fourth inning. But as a threat loomed and the tying run stepped to the plate, O’Hara’s dominance persisted.“My goal after that point was just to shut them out the rest of the game,” O’Hara said.Another runner wouldn’t reach base until the seventh inning. O’Hara notched nine strikeouts on the day, and recorded one in every inning except the fourth.Every player on the field had to struggle to come to grips with the blustery and rainy conditions.O’Hara, however, was adamant after the game that weather didn’t really have an affect on her. The pitcher said she’s even partaken in pitching lessons with a soaked ball so she’s ready no matter the conditions.O’Hara refused to be rattled by the inclement weather, and didn’t issue a walk the entire night. Her intense focus took over so much she didn’t even know if it was her coach or catcher who was calling pitches for her.Watson confirmed after the game that it was her calling the pitches for O’Hara. Watson raved about O’Hara’s ability to hit her spots, and Watson added that the freshman stuck perfectly to the game plan all night.“Based on our scouting reports,” Watson said, “we were trying to keep all of our pitches away until they proved we should do otherwise.“They never really got to Sydney, so we just stuck to it.”O’Hara created her own scouting report on each hitter throughout the game, and pitched where she thought a hitter’s weakness was after facing her once.And while that approach allowed her to cruise through the Purple Eagle’s lineup almost three full times, her lineup provided all the runs she’d need.Ozanne hit a home run after getting ahold of an outside pitch, and Watson hit her team-leading 13th homer of the year in the next at-bat. Then in Watson’s next at-bat, she hit a fly ball to left that dropped in after the left fielder appeared to lose sight of it, allowing Lundstrom to score and pushing Syracuse lead to 3-0.Five of the seven hits tonight for Syracuse went for extra-bases, including O’Hara’s two-RBI double in the fifth inning.Her superb play on the mound and at the plate didn’t have Ross surprised once the game started, because she could see it from O’Hara’s first few pitches.“From the moment she got out there,” Ross said, “she was like, ‘Give me the ball and let’s get this team out of our way.’” Comments
Written By WATCH US LIVE José Berríos pitched six strong innings, Nelson Cruz had three hits and the Minnesota Twins beat the Pittsburgh 7-3 Tuesday in a game briefly delayed when an unauthorized drone flew over Target Field.The Twins won their fifth in a row and improved to 9-2 for the second time in the team’s 60-year history. The other was 2001.Pittsburgh lost its fifth straight game and at 2-9 has baseball’s worst winning percentage at .182.The game was delayed for nine minutes in the fifth inning and players were pulled off the field when the drone flew over center field. A few pitchers in the bullpen threw balls at the flying intruder, but missed.A bit wild early, Berríos settled down and allowed one run and four hits. He struck out six, walked three and threw 98 pitches.It was the second straight strong start for Berríos (1-1), who allowed two earned runs and struck out six in five innings last Thursday against Cleveland. Considered the team’s No. 1 starter, the right-hander was roughed up for five runs and seven hits in four innings on opening day.He got all the supported he needed right away.Miguel Sanó doubled and Eddie Rosario dribbled a single through the shift — a swing where he reached out without moving his feet — as part of a three-run first inning off Joe Musgrove (0-3).Cruz had a RBI single in the fourth. He has 17 hits, the most hits in MLB history through a season’s first 11 games by a player at least 40 years old.Pittsburgh loaded the bases in the second, but Berríos struck out Jarrod Dyson and John Ryan Murphy. Bryan Reynolds tripled in the fourth before scoring on Gregory Polanco’s sacrifice fly.John Ryan Murphy and Phillip Evans added ninth-inning RBIs. With two on, Trevor May got two outs for his first save.Musgrove allowed five earned runs and six hits in 3 1-3 innings and walked five. In three starts, he has walked 11 in 14 2-3 innings.TRAINER’S ROOMPirates: JT Brubaker will start Thursday against Minnesota in place of Mitch Keller (left oblique), who was placed on the 10-day IL Sunday.Twins: 3B Josh Donaldson (calf tightness) missed his fourth straight game, but is “most likely” to play on a road trip that starts Wednesday, according to manger Rocco Baldelli. … No corresponding move has been made after LHP Rich Hill (shoulder fatigue) was placed on the injured list Monday. Hill said he plans to throw a bullpen this weekend.UP NEXTPirates: RHP Trevor Williams (0-2) will face the Twins on Wednesday to open a five-game homestand. Williams struck out six in 4 2-3 innings Friday at Wrigley Field, but walked three.Twins: Begin a three-city, eight-game road trip Wednesday in Pittsburgh with RHP Randy Dobnak (1-1) taking the hill. The Pittsburgh-area native allowed three hits in five shutout innings Friday against Cleveland, but needed 94 pitches to do so.Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO US Associated Press Television News First Published: 5th August, 2020 06:56 IST FOLLOW US COMMENT LIVE TV Last Updated: 5th August, 2020 06:56 IST Berríos, Twins Win 5th In Row, Top Pirates After Drone Delay José Berríos pitched six strong innings, Nelson Cruz had three hits and the Minnesota Twins beat the Pittsburgh 7-3 Tuesday in a game briefly delayed when an unauthorized drone flew over Target Field