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2013-11-21 16:21:49

TEL AVIV, Israel, November 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Qnergy, an Israeli-based Stirling engine manufacturer and its U.S affiliate, has acquired the assets of US-based Infinia Corporation Inc. located in Ogden, Utah. Qnergy plans to integrate the core technologies and know-how of both companies in order to commence mass production of Stirling engines for various applications within the coming twelve months. Qnergy (http://www.qnergy.com) was established in 2009 by Ricor...

2013-10-13 00:20:13

DUBAI, UAE, October 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Stirling Group, a market leader in Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) and support services serving the Middle East and Africa oil and gas industry, has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for Drager safety products and fixed gas detectors in Iraq. Since May 2013, Stirling Group has been supplying Drager products to clients in Iraq, including Kurdistan. (Photo:...

2013-09-03 04:20:31

DUBAI, September 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Olive Group Capital Limited's partnership with Stirling Group broadens reach and enlists three decades of specialist Health, Safety, Security and Environmental management to serve oil and gas clients across Middle East and Africa Stirling Group, one of the Middle East and Africa's leading Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) organisations in the oil and gas industry has joined forces with global security and safety...

2013-05-16 23:00:47

Stirling Ultracold Model SU780U ultra-low temperature freezer offers dramatic energy reduction based on independent field testing compared to conventional cascade ultra-low freezers, while improving freezer reliability, temperature performance, recovery and uniformity, enhancing sustainability objectives and minimizing carbon footprint. Athens, OH (PRWEB) May 16, 2013 The Stirling Ultracold Model SU780U ultra-low temperature freezer manufactured by Global Cooling, Inc., Athens, OH, USA, won...

2010-09-04 11:12:00

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Judge Lawrence W. Stirling (ret.) of counsel to Adams Kessler PLC and co-author of the Davis-Stirling Act will be a keynote speaker of an educational program Tuesday, September 7, 2010 hosted by the Orange County chapter of The Community Associations Institute. The topic will be "State of the Industry...Past, Present & Future." Judge Stirling will be speaking on the origin, history and purpose of the Davis-Stirling Act. While serving in the...

2010-08-23 11:12:00

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- California has over 46,000 homeowner associations housing almost 1/3 of the state's population. The associations are managed by volunteer boards of directors and governed by a body of law called the Davis-Stirling Act. With over 10 million Californian's living in community associations, there was a growing need for easy access to information. Responding to a growing technical society Adams Kessler PLC has created a free mobile phone app where users...

2009-08-09 05:29:36

Scottish national parks are dealing with camping equipment so inexpensive many visitors simply abandon tents and sleeping bags, rangers said. Rangers patrolling the bonnie bonnie banks of Loch Lomond sometimes need police escorts, The Scotsman reports. They have found many campers become abusive and even threaten violence when told to strike their tents and clear up after themselves. To make matters worse, some visitors set their tents on fire instead of just walking away. High-end camping...

2009-01-18 00:43:20

The first survey of Loch Lomond in 147 years has found Scotland's most famous loch is 600 feet deep in places with sheer cliffs lining an underwater canyon. The British Geological Survey used the latest technology -- multi-beam sonar -- to map the floor of Loch Lomond, The Scotsman reported. The last time the bottom of the loch was surveyed, in 1861, Captain H.C. Otter of the Admiralty used fishing line with lead weights attached to take soundings from a rowboat. Loch Lomond is deeper than...

2008-12-30 09:38:32

A British man says he hopes to return to his garden to plant tomatoes, four months after surgery to reattach an arm he accidentally cut off with a chainsaw. I was trying my fork and spade one-handed over Christmas -- and I'm very optimistic about putting my tomato seeds in in January, John Stirling told The Times of London. Stirling, 59, of Peacehaven, near Brighton, cut off his left arm below the elbow in September when he slipped while trimming a tree in his yard. I was so preoccupied with...

2008-07-17 03:00:29

DRILLING at a Highland gold mine could be just a week away, it was revealed yesterday. Aussie operators Scotgold will take delivery of specialist equipment to begin exploratory work near Tyndrum in Perthshire. The machinery is on the way from Chile and will allow work to begin at the Cononish site. Scotgold chief executive Chris Sangster said: "That rig is to arrive in Ireland today or tomorrow. We would hope to be drilling in the next week or so." Scotland does not currently have a...