The Future Sample Clauses

The Future. Describe whether the project will continue, how future funding will help and any expected changes to the project design.
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The Future. The Commission is considering the extension of the scope of the ETS in a variety of ways, including gases and installations/activities covered.75 It is also considering linking the ETS with third countries’ national or sub-national emissions trading schemes,76 and other fine-tuning of the scheme.77 More fundamentally, in its January 2008 proposals to revamp the ETS, the Commission has put forward the idea of implementing a single EU- wide cap after 2012 and harmonising criteria for granting allowances, with a major increase in auctioning allowances.78 This would mean that Member States would no longer have to produce NAPs, as allowances would effectively be granted according to objective criteria set at Community level. A further possibility which has been mooted by, inter alia, French president Xxxxxxx and Commission president Xxxxxxx, is the introduction of “carbon tariffs” on imports from countries which have not signed up to international climate change obligations (which could include, for instance, the United States and China), in order that EU firms are not placed at a disadvantage by the ETS’s emissions caps.79 72 See further, Bazelmans, “De koppeling van CDM en JI aan het Europese emissiehandelssyteem”, Nederlands tijdschrift voor Europees recht 6 (2004) 151. 73 See Decision 2006/780 on avoiding double counting of greenhouse gas emission reductions under the Community emissions trading scheme for project activities under the Kyoto Protocol OJ 2006 L 316/12, which requires Member States to ensure that no ERUs or CERs are issued for emission reductions from installations which participate in the ETS, and Langrock and Sterk, “The Developing Market for CERs: Current Status and Challenges Ahead” JEEPL 2(2005) 101. 74 See Decision 146/2007 of the EEA Joint Committee, not yet published in the OJ. 75 See Commission Communication, "Building a global carbon market - Report pursuant to Article 30 of Directive 2003/87/EC" COM (2006) 676, Commission Proposal for a Directive to extend and improve the functioning of the EU ETS, COM (2008) 30 (proposal to extend to ammonia and aluminium producers, and to nitrous oxide and perfluorocarbon gases), and Commission proposal for a Directive on the geological storage of carbon dioxide, COM (2008) 18. 76 The primary potential partners (i.e., who have trading schemes in place for at least part of the territory) are Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland, as well as the US state California. See Xxxx and Xxxx...
The Future. 8.1 The Theatre is working on a new Associate Artist scheme to increase the number of artists in the organisation to respond to the creative aspirations of people living in the city. We hope that this will lead to new theatre projects being developed with people of all ages in the city. The Theatre Royal has a reputation for being a very open and accessible organisation and an increase of artists will help in creating new opportunities. The Theatre has discussed this project with Arts Council England and will be applying to the Arts Council’s Grants for the Arts Scheme to support the project.
The Future. It will be vital that they, as the service provider, can track our progress against the Government’s nutritional guidelines, as well as assessing the impact of the standards on the catering service. They plan to: • Use a menu planning software package to compare menu provision against individual nutrient standards. • Produce an annual report on the progress being made in achieving healthy school standards. • Provide a nutritional and allergen analysis for each menu cycle that complies to the Government’s Nutritional Guidelines.
The Future. In the Nigerian population lies a goldmine. Another 150,000 MT to be dedicated by NLNG and more volumes from the convalescing refineries will push the supply volumes up in the coming five years but the extant challenges will become more profound. These challenges can become opportunities for investment; gateways for investors into an undermined industry and a long-term plan to accommodate future growth in demand. It is a myriad of opportunities along the value chain of the LPG market. More volumes would mean the need for additional coastal storage. This bit is capital intensive nevertheless necessary. These storages, with dedicated terminals, will increase capacity for lifters to be able to bring LPG onshore and distribute to inland storages and filling plants. They become a fundamental part of a robust LPG circulation system. Dropping a notch down the value chain are inland storages (storage tanks) that will ensure consistent supply in the regions across the country. Further down the chain are filling plants. A consumption level up to 750,000 MT per annum will translate into 250 LPG plants and 74,970 retailing outlets. Initiatives are underway to introduce mobile filling plants (distribution vans) that can take LPG to end-user's doorsteps, make it more accessible. There is need for more of such initiatives. Another link in the chain is trucks. The trucks transport LPG from coastal storages and lor inland storages to filling plants. Setting up a truck company would be good business. Presently, the, market is being underserved with an estimate of 150 trucks. The market needs about 2,000 trucks. The next link in the chain is the cylinders, the vessels used to deliver LPG to homes from all the storages and filling plants. A shortage of cylinders translates into inaccessibility; and that and other safety issues arising from circulation of decrepit cylinders accounts for slow growth in the market. Investments are needed in the manufacturing of cylinders either by way of importation of steel plates for cylinder manufacturing in the country. This is an investment area requiring investors' attention. Cylinder refurbishing plants, cylinder accessories' manufacturing plants can be set up that will also stimulate industrial and commercial activities in the market. Finding a way out of the initial entry investment gridlock can open a vista of opportunities in manufacturing, distribution and warehousing. Masters Energy has established relationships with Standards Organ...
The Future. Make Safety the Winner in the Battle Over New Vehicle Technology For the past three years the automotive and tech industries and highly paid lobbyists have been working the Halls of Congress urgently trying to pass corporate interest legislation to help rush autonomous vehicles (AVs) to the marketplace with little or no accountability, including undercutting tort liability. Their mission is to recoup the billions they have invested in speculative self-driving technologies. Senator Xxxx Xxxxx (R-SD), as then Chair of the Senate Commerce Committee, and some of his colleagues, promoted flawed legislation that failed to offer any basic safety protections, but instead proposed expanded exemptions from safety rules, required bureaucratic advisory committees to distract regulators, yet contained no authorization for increased funding for NHTSA to do the work. Congressional and industry enthusiasts have made countless bogus and unsubstantiated claims about achieving major reductions in vehicle-related deaths and injuries without any supporting research or evidence whatsoever, despite several serious crashes of cars with AV technology critically investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board. Numerous business leaders in the automotive and related industries have expressed concerns about the rush to produce AVs because the technology is many years away from safe operation. Also, the cost of AVs with advanced self-driving technologies will be exceedingly high. Only the wealthy can afford to pay large amounts for such a personal vehicle. Yet the public generally will have to pay for huge highway infrastructure improvements needed to accommodate AVs. Such work will divert essential funding from overdue and mounting roadway and bridge repairs and rehabilitation in states and communities across America. Before any legislation is debated, the industry must document and fully justify its claims and reveal the costs. Also, they need to respond to the numerous safety proposals by consumer and health groups. Minimal mandatory safety requirements for all AVs must cover: the human-machine interface, cybersecurity protection, electronic safety, a “vision test” for AVs, the security and accuracy of over-the-air updates, provision for a manual override, a functional safety standard, with no expansion of exemptions from safety standards, collection of AV information and data modeled after Xxxxxxxx.xxx, agreement on complete transparency of the basis for all decisions con...
The Future. Legal advice is being taken in order to establish what options are open to London Buses, taking into account its statutory powers, the terms of the current Partnership Agreement and the contracts with the London boroughs, along with procurement, competition and Best Value legislation. However, the aforementioned commercial contracts with the London Boroughs all persist beyond 2005, and may give Xxxxxx the right to retain some shelters notwithstanding the dissolution of the Partnership. The situation is further complicated by the contracts that XX Xxxxxx has with the boroughs Discussions are also taking place with Adshel and with other potential players in the market, including XX Xxxxxx and Viacom. A dialogue has also been established with the Boroughs through the Association of London Government (ALG).
The Future. Participation Right is subject to approval of The Toronto Stock Exchange and NASD. In the event that either organization requires modifications to the Future Participation Right, such modifications shall be made to the extent possible so as to grant to Ingenico the participation ability described herein, and each of Ingenico and IVI shall execute all such ancillary documentation as may be necessary in this regard.
The Future. As time progresses, Management may seek to develop additional franchised locations throughout the greater Washoe County area. The costs associated with the development of these locations are relatively low, and through reinvestment, Management may be able to establish a sizable network of franchises. However, this business plan assumes that he will only develop the initial Reno based franchise during the first five years of operation. The Financing
The Future. Taxes affected 13 The taxes affected by this Part are—