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Journalist wounded in shooting in the east of the country

first_img Organisation July 29, 2004 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist wounded in shooting in the east of the country Sri LankaAsia – Pacific to go further Help by sharing this information News Sri LankaAsia – Pacific July 15, 2020 Find out more News Receive email alerts January 13, 2021 Find out morecenter_img Sri Lanka: Journalist manhandled by notorious police inspector currently on trial July 29, 2020 Find out more Reporters Without Borders urged Norwegian Deputy Foreign Minister Vidar Helgesen – visiting Colombo on 25-30 July to relaunch the peace process – to promote press freedom in his meetings with the government, the Tamil Tigers and opposition figures.The organisation’s 28 July appeal comes two days after two armed men, suspected of being LTTE members, shot journalist Sadacharalingam Kamaladas wounding him seriously in both legs at his home in Ariyampathi, Batticaloa district in the east of the country. The 25-year old, of the Tamil-language weekly Thinamurusu, was being treated in hospital in Batticaloa.”We are extremely concerned at the rapid deterioration in security for Sri Lankan journalists in the east of the country,” the organisation wrote to Mr Helgesen. “Since the killing of a correspondent in Batticaloa region at the end of May, without any condemnation from a single minister, two other journalists have been forced to flee the area and take refuge in the capital.” These attacks were attributed to a group that split away from the LTTE.The safety situation in the East of Sri Lanka has deteriorated in the past few months after a dissident group led by V Muraleetharan alias Karuna has broken away from the Tamil Tigers and is allegedly being supported by sections of the Sri Lankan Military.”Since this latest attack there is hardly a journalist left to work in this region, such is the climate of threat from all sides,” said the organisation. “The lack of any real investigation or trials in the murders of journalists over the last four years has allowed complete impunity, which must now be brought to an end.””The Sri Lankan government should act urgently, under the guidance of the Norwegian authorities, so that reporters, threatened by both LTTE forces and the government security forces, can do their job of informing the public without risking their lives,” it concluded.The weekly Thinamurusu, close to the pro-government Tamil party the Eelam People’s Democratic Party (EPDP) is regularly harassed by its rival the Tamil Tigers (LTTE). In 2002, its editor was brutally beaten by LTTE members. At the start of this year, the LTTE tried to prevent the newspaper being distributed in the east of the country.Reporters Without Borders on 13 July 2004, released a report of an in-depth investigation into the threat to Sri Lankan journalists in the country’s eastern region. It is available in three languages (English, Sinhalese and French) on the website: News News RSF_en Sri Lanka: RSF signs joint statement on attacks against human rights defenders, lawyers and journalists Sri Lanka: tamil reporter held on absurd terrorism charge Follow the news on Sri Lankalast_img read more

Two Iraqi journalists of Al-Wasat deported

first_img Help by sharing this information Organisation April 4, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Two Iraqi journalists of Al-Wasat deported RSF_en center_img News Two Iraqi journalists employed by the opposition newspaper Al-Wasat, Ali Al-Sherify and Raheem Al-Kabi, were arrested and deported. Both had worked for Al-Wasat since 2005. last_img

AutoGrid and FLO | AddEnergie Technologies Provide Flexible Utility Management of Electric Vehicle Charging…

first_img Pinterest Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – January 28, 2021 Pinterest Facebook Local NewsBusiness REDWOOD CITY, Calif. & QUEBEC CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 28, 2021– AutoGrid, the market leader in AI-powered flexibility management software for the energy industry, today announced technological compatibility with the FLO® and AddEnergie® group , a leading operator of the FLO electric vehicle (EV) charging network and provider of smart charging software and equipment, to provide AutoGrid Flex™ for utility management of smart charging endpoints. The collaboration elevates utilities’ capacity for the continuous measurement, monitoring and control of EV charging at scale. With AutoGrid Flex’s AI-based analytics and real-time operating data in place, utilities can obtain endpoint-level and network-wide visibility and intelligence on participating AddEnergie-manufactured smart charging stations deployed on the FLO network within their service territories. This provides the ability to manage loads for peak demand shaving, enhance the stability of EV charging loads, and improve grid reliability according to the overall impact of charging network activity. Transportation electrification is steadily accelerating as EVs are projected to account for 28% of global new car sales by 2030 and 58% by 2040. More utilities are recognizing and acting on the necessity of including EV charger data within the calculus of real-time load management and leveraging AI-enabled tools to enhance grid flexibility while enabling the influx of EVs onto the grid. AutoGrid Flex is being actively used for management of AddEnergie-operated residential EV charging infrastructure installed within a major West Coast utility’s service territory. The best practices and lessons derived from the work with this utility and other organizations in North America are being applied to a wider range of residential and commercial fleet use cases. “With the number of EVs on the road expected to skyrocket over the coming decades, management of vehicle charging is an imperative new area of Smart Grid proficiency for utilities at the distribution level,” said Frank Fata, Global Head, Utilities at FLO | AddEnergie. “In AutoGrid we’ve found a company with a deep understanding of what is required to integrate and leverage real-time edge intel gathered from smart FLO EV chargers. This datastream will empower utility operations to achieve greater reliability, visibility and operability of these dynamic endpoints which elevates both uptime and customer experience.” “This work with FLO | AddEnergie, an established player in EV charging, speaks to an increasingly important aspect of our mission to create a more flexible, responsive electrical grid,” said Paul Schinke, senior manager of customer success at AutoGrid. “Vehicle electrification will exert more influence on the overall shape of energy demand year after year. We are strengthening the foundation for successful management of these changes through these new ties to FLO | AddEnergie.” About AutoGrid: AutoGrid builds AI-powered software solutions that enable a smarter energy world. The company’s suite of flexibility management applications allows utilities, electricity retailers, renewable energy project developers and energy service providers to deliver clean, affordable and reliable energy by managing networked distributed energy resources (DERs) in real time, at scale through different value streams. AutoGrid’s flagship application, AutoGrid Flex, is ranked as the #1 Virtual Power Plant Platform in the world according to the global ranking published in 2020 by industry-leading research and analysis firm Guidehouse (formerly, Navigant Research). About FLO | AddEnergie AddEnergie is a leading North American charging network operator for electric vehicles and a major provider of smart charging software and equipment. Every month, AddEnergie charging stations and its FLO network enable approximately half a million charging events and the transfer of 5.5 GWh in electricity, thanks to over 35,000 high-quality stations deployed on public networks, commercial and residential installations. AddEnergie’s headquarters and network operations centre are based in Quebec City, and its assembly plant is located in Shawinigan (Quebec). The company also has an office in Montreal and regional teams located in Ontario, British Columbia, California, New York and Florida. View source version on CONTACT: AutoGrid Leo Traub Antenna Group for AutoGrid Email:[email protected] | AddEnergie Sylvain Bouffard Email:[email protected] KEYWORD: CALIFORNIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CANADA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ALTERNATIVE VEHICLES/FUELS TECHNOLOGY AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE UTILITIES SOFTWARE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY ENERGY DATA MANAGEMENT FLEET MANAGEMENT SOURCE: AutoGrid Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 01/28/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 01/28/2021 09:01 AM AutoGrid and FLO | AddEnergie Technologies Provide Flexible Utility Management of Electric Vehicle Charging Endpoints Across North Americacenter_img WhatsApp TAGS  Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleEcommerce’s Rising Tide? More Like a Tsunami: Signifyd’s Top 500 Customers More Than Doubled Their Revenue in 2020Next articleXerox espande il suo portafoglio di software grazie all’acquisizione di CareAR Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more