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"ochsner" Discussed on The Green Insider Powered by eRENEWABLE
"Once again pressed in ochsner from ochsner interests. Presents gonna be talking about all things urquhot as well as some of the changes that have been proposed to the texas energy market and what he sees happening down the line with that press also touches on the performance of urquhot this summer as well as winterisation efforts. Plus what's ahead for the rest of twenty twenty one so without further do from ochsner interest. Please welcome mr preston ochsner. You know what i can answer better is probably where i think it will go and you know. Words historically gone. The last twenty years is It'll go to the side of the larger generators that nrg's Mcalpine's potentially so. It'll go to something that looks better for them. You can argue. The current structure is good for them or are not but all things being equal. They're the ones with the legislative power They're the ones with the bigger dollars and again nothing against them. I'm working with those several of those people today. So i think the world of them. But that's where things tend to shake out. I see the governor. The lieutenant governor the legislators making a lot of noises shelby referred to mention about you know. Change turn everything around. Fix the whole system in reality. I think that'll be much more. Tapered and measure unbelievably incremental changes around the edges versus a wholesale market referral in texas has always been very friendly to the renewable energy sector. Do you think that relationship will suffer or do you think it's going to change a whole lot. As a result of these changes that they're proposing to make. I think there were no development has suffered already. Since february fourteenth think continued to suffer some in the short to mid term short to mid term being for me six months to a year think after that timeframe it will come back stronger potentially stronger than it was some of the key players in that. Noble filled were burnt Because of the prices and arcot in february so they're on the sidelines or most of those people on the sidelines. Now there may be some additional cost impose you said on renewable energy but that will be you know i presume and it looks to be shared equally. You know same playing field for all renewable projects so renewable. It's not gonna stop her. Nobles only got more power behind it with the by the administration They're going to push everything to one hundred percent renewable granted for doesn't have control over urquhot. But you know the the federal government certainly has influence over tax policy and everything else so there. Renewable trend will pick up Where it was and get stronger in the next six to twelve months. If you seen any other conversation come about changing some that legislation with regards to new installations be more winterized. Not necessarily new. I have seen for existing so there was a weather whites in bill. You know i. I can't quote you. The details on that. But i do know that. That's something that now. Urquhot has the ability to have a little bit more teeth than they did before on weatherization of existing plants and facilities. And you bring up a good point I would make a distinction in my comments between on renewable between wind and solar so I should mention that and be clear about that. I'm much more bullish on solar than i am on wind so when certainly as you mentioned you know can benefit person weatherization solar. I you know. i don't know there's much you can do other than have someone go out there and sweep the snow off in the rare instances. It snows so. I should make a distinction. My comments on renewables between wind and solar. I think they have different paths than different values in the market. Solar in great. I think has a great deal of potential to grow in arcot. I'm looking at numbers. There was thirty four sixty three thousand four hundred sixty megawatts of solar Online capacity at the start of the summer according to urquhot according to urquhot they plan to add two thousand seven hundred ninety six megawatts just during the summer period. So almost double what you had Before the summer going into the summer. So i think that speaks for itself but then also think i you know at a macro level. How much can the market support you know. Can we get one hundred percent renewable Maybe you know. I think there's a decent chance in my lifetime. I'm forty seven. You know maybe we do get connor percent renewable with battery storage But practically you know where. I see us getting in the mid term is. I looked at california yesterday and and there's a lot of things i don't like about california but they are pretty good example in renewables and how much the system will support. They probably tested the upper end of that In my opinion california thirty four percent renewables. So i think that's a a decent starting point or proxy for where urquhot get the mid term. So if her type get to that and most of that solar during the day that gives you twenty nine thousand five hundred thirty three megawatts of what i think is realistic. Solar potential in the mid term. So there's a lot of room for growth for solar. Some of the other technologies battery is starting to be added some of these projects battery or certainly contemplated on most if not all new solar projects hydrogen. I i see that being a kind of fantasy almost really if it just because right now. The feasibility of in the cost just doesn't make sense. I yes that's right so right now solar you know. I looked at the report. They've got solar north hub North zone of caught twenty seven dollars. That's just an incredibly cheap. Why would you do anything else. You can get solar for twenty seven dollars. Hydrogen multiples of that tens of multiples of that probably twenty seven dollars works in this market all day. Twenty seven dollars is the lowest price that i would see for energy Probably since the market opened. I mean outside of wind i so i just you know do as much twenty seven dollars stuff as you can and then figure out what to do from there for as bad as they weren't february or cuts done a pretty good job of handling things. This summer i i would agree with that. In prices have been that volatile. We haven't seen nine thousand dollar price or at least not to my knowledge for any period of time so i would agree with that You know. I think brad jones is still the interim ceo I know brad a little bit. Not real well. But i've had some experience with urquhot. I served on the wholesale market so committee so sad. Some experience with brad decades ago and brad seems to be a good guy seems to be very competent. He seems to be a good fit for the physician. So i would have faith in brad jones running or four and a half months left of the year. What are you looking at from. A press in ochsner standpoint with the The energy market the rest of the year. Yeah most of my focus today and activities on retail energy immunized. So i've several deals. They're working i. There are different views. On when the capital gains tax increase will go into effect I'm not a tax attorney. Some people think that's retroactive or will be retroactive. Some people think it'll be end of the year either way it's driving deal activity my space because you know no one no one i know at least likes paying additional capital gains tax. So that's a big driver of deals for me between now and the end of the year. More broadly in the renewable space mentioned. You know the end of the year. Probably not within that six month twelve month timeframe so i think you know we saw the microsoft Or deal you may see some commercial industrial. Ppa's get done between now..
"ochsner" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News
"Up to the trend that trade deadline. Now we're going to talk a little cowboys And they're out there at training camp david david temperature and ochsner. It is jerry calls in right now as we're talking i believe it is sixty. Seven degrees in the marine layer has not burned off. I will say there is no trip to ox. Nerd is jerry calls it last year but the the three two two to three previous trips. It was warmer here than it had been. It was actually getting up into the mid seventies Sometimes even the upper seventy some days and that marine layer would burn off by Seven thirty eight in the morning. But now this hawking why are we having marine layer talk now in this camp. I would say the marine layer is not burning off till about noon twelve thirty and it has been. It's been a return to what this climate has been for so long in southern calvert but but but i will say this the song it never rains in southern california did not apply yesterday because it rained for about two and a half to three minutes. Here which is only the second time. I can remember since i've been coming here. My god how you guys are suffering. That's the problems. Leventis songs is that you know talking about never rain in southern california. What a ridiculous lyric. That was in the first place i love. I'll talk about marine layers. You don't have makes me all patriotic. So.
Biden grappling with 'pandemic of the unvaccinated'
"Cases of covered nineteen in the U. S. have tripled over the past three weeks and hospitalizations and deaths are rising among unvaccinated people Dr Sander Kimberly at the Ochsner Medical Center in Louisiana says it's the fast spreading delta variant that's infecting people but we're very concerned about is unvaccinated individuals making more variants that perhaps are more resistant to our vaccines are some of our treatments are antibody therapies and so again it's the fear what's coming next is the reason people should get vaccinated White House virus response coordinator Jeff signs says there are some hopeful signs in the vaccination rates in the past week the five states with the highest case rates Arkansas Florida Louisiana Missouri Nevada at a higher rate of people getting newly vaccinated compared to the national average Ben Thomas Washington
"ochsner" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"The what you yourself mind body and spirit so i need to sign up for that eat fit dine out week is really going to be a celebration of our partners and we just encourage people to go out and support our partners. I don't have the dates on me but would be on the lookout for that. If you are a restaurant or you know your favorite russian you would love to see. Have eat fit options reach out Let us know you can send an email to g mail dot com and Y- we're we're excited to be out in the community. thank you for having. Oh about kwan's thank you. You're delightful and very inspirational in. It's it's time for us. I think we've had a year. It's like a lost year. Almost we can start fresh anytime. We can start fresh and intimidated. Is it comes back to taking it one day at a time and remembering why it's important and if you go beyond the the weight and the calories okay you remember. Why is this important because of the people you love. I mean because as a dietitian i had that personal shift of why my work was important. Probably back in two thousand ten of just helping people lose weight. That's is not fulfilling enough but helping people take care of themselves so they can live well so they can take care of their grandchildren. Take care their parents show up for work. I can show up to work for that every day. And so you find. Why is eating healthy important. When you shake change that shift that you have more energy for your work for your family. You're not as snappy with your kids that becomes why it's easier to make this healthier isis and on that note. I'd like to dedicate this show to my parents Who have been going aluna's whitehead. But they both died from diabetes. Complications heart disease amputations and it was all related to their physical body. Just couldn't keep up with the demands that have been put on it and i. It's it's motivated me throughout my life. But i think i've had to learn and grow to to make healthy choices really for myself to be mindful you you and other people with eat certainly inspire us. Thank you about quantum appreciate here like to thank our sponsors also who made this show possible first iberia which is now a part of first horizon an oscar. Lafayette general. I haven't even told them we're doing this. I just wanted to hell on the show. Yes in of course last. But not least raider and jason sikora and make it sound.
"ochsner" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"Download that and healthy katie. Actually we have a whole toolbox. I don't have that link though. But maybe i can send it to you of resources for if you're running a food drive of how to inspire people to do healthier. Espn so sally. With the women's foundation created in is incredible and in that you can get eat food pantry you can get Other other resources social media things to that you can share on yours in your community to expire people but we all can do better with that and it starts with us. How we are taking care of our community is what we're if we're donating and sharing think about giving foods at our nourishing and that you want to eat that you would want to e and if maybe some of us do like mac and cheese but i you can make healthier choices on. Find the food pantries. What are they in need of. Because there's some times that they're in more need of other things but always keeping in mind like thinking instead of just going to the back and grabbing whatever i want or they expired stuff which. You're adding more work to everyone. That really being intentional to give foods from from your heart that are going to nourish that guide to help right it. It's really a list of clean foods and again on the fit app. You can see this bet sad. But it's things like packages of dried beans tuna canned chicken like things that are clean foods. i'm sure there's some pastas too but just things that people y- it's all just gonna be whole grain Ways of doing it as as your sharon this. I'm thinking of on youtube. We have a eat fit youtube channel. Where you can find. Diy recipes and that was our guest quarantine project. We all started creating recipes. Full library of eat fit approve recipes. That you can make on there so know. You've got children. Do you use a slow cooker. Your house sometimes not too much. Okay become an addict of the slow cooker because it's so easy to just dump things in and four six eight hours later you've got a ton of food and son used to use it and then in broken never places i guess. That's the insurgents came from. I had one in the cabinet for years at my mother-in-law had given me and i pulled out a few months back and i forgot the pleasure. Not only the sounds through the house but the The amount of food you can make for the week and it's jus- no no stress and you can do healthy things. Meet a lot of fats in out. And i didn't count the calories but but i think one of the last things i made was a big like a bag of beans and it was just enough for a week so so inexpensive. And so now yeah. Do you like to cook. Even i did. I didn't what are your favorite foods when you're talking about all this. Do you have things you back on. So one of my favorite and there's an e. Diy of and. I love telling people about this. Because it's one that always gets springs smiles and it's so easy so i like to cook but in the same sense i am a working mom young so i don't get to cook as much as i want and i'm grateful my husband. Also we both tag team it but this one is a sweet potato hash. Take sweet potatoes dyson up and then this part people are like well. Tell me the specifics thing about cooking. Why i like cooking over. Baking is that you can be creative and you can explore and do different things so.
"ochsner" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
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Creating a Chickenless-Egg With Clara Foods' Arturo Elizondo
"The idea was always on eggs. That sounds like in. So what was the year mind. How you conceived of it. Was it something where you actually create eggs to the point where people can make a like a restaurant style egg sandwiches or was emerges as a b. two b. ingredient to kind of provide some Like outing as red processors make bread. What was idea we wanted to create so the number one of dr for us was how do we we ultimately one to clara exist you to enable the shutdown of last factory farm on earth. We want to accelerate the transition animal free protein. And so how do we do that as quickly as possible. And with the large scale possible and for us the eg was this product that was both very simple and incredibly complex. Simple in that. There are no cells in eggs. It's literally accommodation proteins. Fats and water and so from a molecular point. It was relatively simple. What most people don't realize the complexity of the egg wise in its proteins were all the binding gelling foaming aeration all those properties that make an egg so dispensable a fun fact that on your the the all all the fold a master chefs had. There's one hundred of them. And that's supposed to represent the one hundred different ways to connect with lloyd's and so we went after the egg. Mark the asked because we knew that we saw the we could have sold in pops the grocery store it makes it very difficult for anyone wanting to say eat a diet that eg free is very difficult because ingredient in almost half of ochsner grocery store and so we knew that this is a way to make massive impacts and two is. There was a massive opportunity here because so many companies rely on even when prices doubled or tripled with avian flu salmonella. All of the reasons. Why companies don't wanna use eggs. There's still a massive demand for that and so we knew that it was very sticky product. That was very hard to replace and it was hard to replace because it had properties of nothing else did and those properties came directly from the proteins themselves in so we decided to build out of technology platform. I focusing exclusively on making animal making animal proteins starting with with with egg proteins. And so. let's let's kinda give a quick five year history of the development of the product right so came out of any bio in two thousand fifteen. You got an investment. And i know that in two thousand nine you got bigger a pretty big investment. You partnered up with an on. Which are we'd investor. So and i think you release your very first product in two thousand twenty. So i kinda high level but kind of talk about that pollution towards the first product you want. So we've been. We've been very very i think for i think in terms of the companies that space. We've really kept a very low profile. Had down really another day. We knew that the only way to have a massive impact on the food system is to make accessible to everyone everyone in the world. Not just for the for the san francisco where i live or the new yorkers but really that we can make it that that this product that that people all the special in developing countries have access to and so we knew that we had to crack the code and pushes acknowledged to its limits so although been skilled before pushing biology in terms of how efficiently can we get yeast and microbes to produce. Real animal. protein was very difficult technology. Technological
1 dead, 4 injured after fatal shooting in Southeast Washington DC
"A suspect in connection to a shooting that took place this morning in southeast one person dead, four others injured at the scene in the 1400 1400 block block of of Good Good Hope Hope Road. Road. A A 21 21 year year old old parents, parents, Ochsner Ochsner Manassas, Manassas, picked picked up up hours hours later later charged charged with with first first degree degree murder. murder. The The victim. victim. Who Who died died identified identified as as 22 22 year year old Edward Weight of Southeast and no official word on the motive of the shooting. The investigation is ongoing. Well, it'll be
"ochsner" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Along with Ross, Okay, and here is Ross, okay? And now the three big things you need to know. Number one. Colorado has confirmed the first U. S case of the new, more contagious Corona virus variant, now widespread in England. The patient is a man in his twenties with no travel history and reportedly no close contacts. He's recovering in isolation. Public health officials are investigating number two Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a pandemic relief bill for her state while joining the call from other governors for more help from Washington. I want to urge the federal government to pass a bill that includes $2000 in stimulus checks for American families. It's the right thing to do. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is blocking attempts from Democratic senators to pass a bill that would boost relief payments from $600 up to two K, instead presenting a bill that considers raising the payments changing online speech. Pearls and creating a commission to investigate voter fraud. Number three Louisiana Republican congressman elect Luke left. Lo has died of covet 19. He had announced he tested positive mid month and by Christmas had been transferred to Ochsner Ellis, You Health Shreveport Medical Center, where the 41 year old passed away last night just brings home Covert keep killing most Most folks, it doesn't but it truly down. So it's remembered loose is what I was holding prayers as well. To be careful, covered everything you know you should do that's Congressman Let lows future Louisiana.
"ochsner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Roadways across America to hospitals. Coast to coast more with WBZ s or CBS is rather Moola linking across the nation. The 1st 500,000 doses were delivered and carted into sub zero freezers from Madison, Wisconsin. It's important Yeah, because so many people have died into the arms of Frontline Workers. Ochsner Medical Center in Louisiana on Hartford, Connecticut, some at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center were overcome with emotion. I think it was just noting that finally something has happened good in this year, and I'm gonna be the first person to be the recipient of it. 2.9 million Fizer Doses will roll out this week with an additional 2.9 million next week and here in massive Since it's the first as 96 year Old World War two veteran Margaret Claessens becomes the first of a patient to get the vaccine. It happened at the Bedford via Meantime, to Medford Thanksgiving celebrations get the blame for a Corona virus outbreak that has infected some 700 gatherings at a local restaurant and at a private home they suspected sources. There. And this is going to be the worst Christmas ever or one of the worst new poll from Suffolk University and the Globe finds more than 70% feel that way. Christmas by the way, a week from Friday, it's 803. Let's take you out to the roadways. Now is we check traffic and weather together as promised. Every 10 minutes. Laurie Grandi is up first with a look at the Subaru Retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on.
"ochsner" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
"We see a head out the door. And he's in the process saying sharp. Keep your head on your heads on and as you saying heads is women to do. Hey comes flying out the door. And then warriors is joining the snow and as he goes through all the people Got him stabbing. It's pretty body man. It's it's kind of awesome review. Stores are definitely aren't very rare. He finally tasted the last one down. Because i didn't have arms body. Torsos green there by himself covered in blood bullet holes everywhere standing pile of bodies in now. He's taking care of all the guys as well. This is going on. We start getting this air monologue from him about how when the race takes over all releases is is red and now that he's now he's associated his thirst for blood through ovaries rage calms and they actually show word bubbles go from bright red seem like stated sort of redheugh as the a thirst for blood goes away resercher age right in the oven. He's like oh you'll be okay kiddo. You're safe and goes outside and about that time. Net by another state trooper and hatred records has a gun drawn down will rain. Hey y'all m that That genie which hands up. And he's like. I got a baby here. Bob i am part of any of this. No need for the piece. The cops like kidney. Have you looked in. The mirror powell. And he says now put her down. Emily movies monologue tells us state trooper like the mother inside. He knows that those kids a girl. He knew the motor. He's like shooter. Don't by on the baby down the snow. Let's see your hands. Who else is doing is the only people who live is the bundle my arms right now and the cops like oh no. Oh god no a And he's like yup wolverines intermodal tells him yep he knows the family. All right and man smells gills. He says they mean says they were there. Bait here built for somebody else not me. So the guys were waiting there for this trooper. Also in wolverines like what happened. How and we get an overview like the area tells us what the story is as the officer confesses to live rain and turns out he ran the ochsner. The state trooper this guy on take for quite some years helping people smuggle guns in the country and essentially his partner caught him. She quit meet him. Break the deal and that did not make gunners happy so they decided naked example. This particular trooper. He had gotten word that the hit was out on her and her family is what you come there can trust. Warner of course was late and So there family got killed because she made him not be a terrible like ragging on the take. Trevor and wolverine looks. The baby's like career survivor. Now lisa giving the kid to the offering says sounds.
"ochsner" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Next. Our final news round up and information overload Our News round up information overload Our on the Sean Hannity show. All right, So one of the things I've been saying in highlighting. Oh, we we will never have free and fair elections if we allow we don't make institutional changes. And I mean this. Voter. I d laws the You know this. Let's vote for 10 weeks out of the election. You don't even know what issues they're gonna pop up in the next 10 weeks. Mail in balloting. Let's just mail millions of balance whether people requested or not. We better come up with a better system. If we ever want to have integrity and confidence in our election system. This is a beauty out of North Carolina. If you can believe it. There is a station. They're called W B TV wbtv. And they actually show the husband and I'm reading right from their website of a candidate for local office. This is and I think it's called Anson County escorting voters to cast their ballots. Video captured by security cameras outside and inside the Anson County Board of Elections Building, which serves as the county's loan, early voting location for the 2020 election. And the footage comes to light after dozens of complaints were filed by in the county, alleging that this guy is and others were approaching voters in the parking lot, offering to help them vote. That's one way to help ensure you know you have a pretty good chance of winning. Anyway. I'm gonna play the WB TV report. Listen, some breaking news Right now you'll see only on WB TV Video obtained on Lee by WB TV shows the husband of a local candidate in Anson County, repeatedly walking in with voters. And voting with them as they cast their ballot. We've previously told you about dozens of complaints alleging this behavior which could break state law. Now we know it was caught on video or chief investigative reporter. Nick Ochsner has been following this story for weeks now. So, Nick Ah, wire these videos just now coming to light. Maureen. I first asked for this video more than two weeks ago in at the time, both the Anson County Board of Elections director and chairman told me the video doesn't exist. And both of them double down on that again today, saying there is no video even after.
"ochsner" Discussed on KCRW
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"ochsner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"ochsner" Discussed on KCRW
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"ochsner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tonight, it's all the action is because all the rain and snow and action packed, and that's all the way from San Diego Santa Barbara and San Francisco where a lot of good buddies hanging out and stuff, and that's right on the coast there Portland in through Seattle. And now it's heading more and more eastward, Montana's getting lots of snow tonight, Wyoming, lots of snow Colorado now, lots of snow down in Arizona's still all rain and thunderstorms Vegas is getting the rain. However, the upper part around Reno's snow Utah Salt Lake City man, they got the whole combo going on. So let's say maybe. A little bit of a light show now down in Texas right now, let's take the reins isolated around Houston. But some of the showers has moved into Louisiana. Not quite over to the big easy yet. The badlands at the time being or okay, Minnesota, Wisconsin. Still good illinois's. Good, missouri. Arkansas Oklahoma, Kansas everything will say okay there. However looks like all of that rain starting to expand their Georgia's, of course, Super Bowls on tap later. On today. Atlanta right now is clear, but ler part, George Zeph. We got a lot of action going on there. Tallahassee. Still got rain Jacksonville beach and other northern parts of Florida. Rain Carolina's getting a little bit of action now north the North Carolina mainly in Washington DC, New York, New York, Boston mass Syracuse buffalo, Pittsburgh, PA high and dry right now. Anything the severe weather map Ochsner California under a tornado warning. Oh,.
"ochsner" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"And interestingly the part of the brain that is involved in regulating emotions is actually the same part of the brain is necessary for um you know thinking ziba thoughts in in thinking about yourself thinking about all other people planning engulf setting it's that the prefrontal cortex on those of us it's the final frontal lobe the frog out of the brain to us out of the brain and this is where the braking system will stopping system is four emotions and and other things and unflinching what happens is right when a threat response kicks in and it actually pulls away resources from not just good thinking but also good breaking right so your ability to control emotions this is in a reduces really fast when those emotions kickin because while over fix on and if if you're gonna any if you're going to like dampen down emotions go to really really fast but that's not the central story but the you're going to give you the mechanism so what we being tall green light articles where election comes along i am particularly as guys and i don't know if were explicitly told is that it's kind of a cold shower you know just to suppress the emotion dark bela at her and there's a lot of studies now originally done by james gross can standard and in with one out be collaborators i'm kevin ochsner columbia and many other scientists now iraqi done some really creative and bassin experiments that's actually chest ism it turns out that win use of press in emotion on a number of things happened that up the very counterproductive firstly your you'll threat system actually gets worse or stays the same guts never goes out so that means you are even less resources are even fewer resources for good cognition and and everything else so so trying to suppress your motions leave them osama makes them was secondly your attention is so onto that process that you miss all these things around you at a time when they actually put a measure against that they said you know when you're trying to suppress an election is like watching television while important events are happening thomas on and you buy see watching television while they talk to you on the amount of internal attention that is required to not feel something is is that level of of distraction while in so you make cognitive erez you know you miss here.
"ochsner" Discussed on The Interchange
"That's basically an eternity so they were relying upon these really dated cost figures in order to determine whether you might be able to meet the needs of this resource using storage and demandresponse and solar rather than gas so julian and i put together a bit of analysis looking at what the cost would have to be for storage to compete and whether it might be worth looking at that and a little bit more detail before offering the final approvals for the gas plant yeah and and things really picked up uh from there or so of the kauai so which had done this study came back in the in the preceding and uh basically said yes this was a very high level analysis and really the the way to know for sure how much stores would cost relative to the gas plan is a run in new request for offers and light industry uh common m bid there're their most competitive bids in and see what comes out of that and uh shortly after that uh they they also another important point was they said it in their estimation would be feasible to run an expedited rfo and get the needed solution in place by the deadline when when they need to meet local reliability in this grid around ochsner so uh that allowed the regulators who were investigating the puente um you know proposal to say uh in in a a pretty unusual move they they sort of released a preview of their decision and said this is in our final decision but we intend to reject the gas plant uh and we are saying this now because we want to let everyone who needs to know so that they can start working on alternatives.
"ochsner" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"This is by two in a price of me a little bit bigger like three is right here at said goodbye this is like the fillet of the of the same arranged then turn you turn sideways and you take bite four so you've got one two three and probably four i would say in five then you if you repeat the process as a ten by settlement sh if this man approaches and eating a sandwich with this level of detail in three production and strategy there is no way the miami loses a football game this year do you agree that the miami hurricanes will be undefeated based on mercury sandwich eating philosophy of blame mazen blue but everybody knows i rep the you to the fullest even look back at the faf five documentary rocking you've krona what would that being said this is clearly cultural what i am not interested in any way shape or form about how many times an individual is going to cut a sandwich before he jalen any new cohosts because this means everything to me this means everything to me and you know what you said on this show one time you said you're never cut sandwich in your life that's insee not only does mark rick agree with me that that diagonal cut is the appropriate way to cut a sandwich he's got a strategy for the post cut approach didn't that he called parts remove ochsner to want to talk about this what about airports he called this is the filet of the sandwich right here like not only does he sandwich in a certain way every time he's got bites that he prefers over others i cannot wait until one day you're out and mark rick comes in joins this show with me in its mark written jacoby on history intuitive next all you got his name i shall we fires none electing second is the last one of these.
"ochsner" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Even if you have kids you know i can't think of a good reason for anyone ord yeah i agree let's move on to our added value portion of the show is a reach recommend something the has added to value to our lives recently ryan i have two recommendations both of which are podcast i mentioned early on a runaway jukebox and what he's honing his podcast ran some so if you're gonna reveal park asked whether it's hours are there is i want to keep hearing is so maybe your your review his as well but uh it's it's a music podcasts and it's millennial music so we you and i are like the youngest jen ochsner's basically if you look at anyone born from sixty two to eighty you want sometimes it depends on which we're looking at we could be like really early jen waters honor but you hold jen wired a set of that that's true were on the cusp for sure i think you know which date is and how convenient is owed claimed jen oxygen one yeah so so we were on the cusp and um i think most the maag refers will probably lump especially with our with our particular habits they will office in with with the ginn acts more than ginn why i tried to explain it go the other day was my age that she's jen y ha or jen next depending on again liked what i just said yeah depending on the day in how she feels and shooters cracked images like we're neither we or generation organ trail if you look the so it's actually pretty good but but in terms democracy or you're nine or in our habits or are going to be closer to to the ginn exercise um versus the millennials but this is mole any all music and what i like is i tend to disagree in on the so it like all of their there music picks but it's one way for me to find new popular music well have to sit through many many hours of of content and i can i can pull the now them that they recommend and i say oh yeah the sound good or no i don't like this and i move.