On Monday, Shares of Liberty Global plc – Class A Ordinary Shares (NASDAQ:LBTYA), subtract -1.30% and closed at $31.16 in the last trading session. LBTYA stock opened its last trade at $31.11 and after floating in a range of $31.11 to $31.81. The company’s Market capitalization is $8.35 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 264.37 million. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $26.16 and reached to max level of $41.05. Caribbean fans of Chelsea F.C. have a new reason to cheer, as they can now follow all the ‘The Blues’ action on Flow’s video platforms.
Flow video customers can now choose Chelsea TV as part of the Flow Sports Premier Pack. They also get 13 additional channels, such as Flow Sports Premier, Flow Sports Plus and Flow Sports Goals Rush, as part of the innovative, multiplatform sports TV bundle, so they can choose what they want to watch, when and where they want to watch it.
“It just keeps getting better for Flow sports fans,” said James Tooke, SVP Media & Content for Cable and Wireless, operator of Flow. “We’re pioneering a new type of sports offering in the Caribbean, giving customers ever-greater choice to follow their favourite team. Now, if you’re a Blues fan, there’s no better way to stay up to date on all things Chelsea. Whether your favourite player is Hazard, Costa, or Terry, now you can get up-to-the-minute news, match highlights, exclusive player previews, and even more pitchside magic straight from Stamford Bridge — it’s all on Chelsea TV and available at your fingertips with Flow ToGo. We’re proud to welcome Chelsea TV to our program line up, and even prouder to give our customers more of what they want.”
First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSLR), dropped -0.43% and closed at $39.30 in the last trading session. FSLR stock opened its last trade at $39.50 and after floating in a range of $38.62 to $74.29. The company’s Market capitalization is $4.10 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 102.36 million. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $33.74 and reached to max level of $74.29. First Solar, Inc. (FSLR) recently declared that it has commissioned the 52.5 megawatt (MW)AC Shams Ma’an project in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, on plan.
The plant is owned by a consortium of shareholders consisting of Diamond Generating Europe Ltd., Nebras Power Q.S.C. and the Kawar Group. First Solar significantly contributed to the development of the project before divesting its stake and being designated the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor. Shams Ma’an has a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the National Electric Power Company (NEPCO), the country’s power generation and distribution authority.
“First Solar has delivered a high-performance solar energy asset on plan and with an excellent safety record. There is no doubt that this power plant will deliver on its promises, reliably generating energy over its lifetime and forming the cornerstone of Jordan’s energy security strategy,” said Karim Kawar, Chairman of Kawar Energy.
The plant, which accounts for about 1 percent of Jordan’s total energy generation capacity, produces clean electricity using over 600,000 high-performance First Solar Series 4 thin film modules, which deliver up to 5 percent more specific energy in Ma’an than conventional crystalline silicon panels. The modules are mounted on single-axis trackers that allow the facility to generate up to 20 percent more energy.