Meridian International Research

That concentration, combined with the rapid and increasing demand, could significantly raise prices. More problematic is the warning given by Meridian International Research that there are not enough economically recoverable lithium to build the number of batteries needed in a global economy of electric vehicles. Recycling could change the equation, but the economics of recycling depends in part if the batteries are made with easy recycling in mind, a problem of which the industry is aware. Use long-term Platinum also depends on recycling; the current available reserves could keep annual production of 20 million fuel cell for vehicles, together with the existing industrial uses, at least for 100 years. Smart mix for a new infrastructure sustainability must provide energy at least as reliable as the existing infrastructure. WWS technologies generally suffer less stopping time than traditional sources.

EE UU coal-fired plants are, on average, 12.5% offline a year for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. Modern wind turbines have a stop time less than 2 per cent on the ground and less than 5% offshore. Photovoltaic systems are also unemployed less than 2 per cent. In addition, when a turbine wind, solar or inverter does not work, only a small part of the installation is affected and their loss represents a small fraction of production; When you lose your connection a plant’s natural gas or coal, or nuclear, a large part of the production is lost.The main challenge of the WWS, is that the wind does not always blow and the Sun does not always shines in a particular location. Flashing problems can be mitigated by a smart balance of sources, as a base with geothermal or waves and tidal generation or storage of the Energia. The wind is often abundant at night when there is no sun or solar for the day when there may not be wind. Other times a reliable source like hydropower can connect or disconnect quickly to meet the demand peak or reduce the supply.

International Festival

The five decide to go to Morocco by car to take his friend’s troubles paying the sum required for his release. This hilarious film about friendship and the adventure has a truly brilliant script. 3. Glimpses of Morocco and Algiers (glimpses of Morocco and Algiers) (1951) this film’s travel, part of the series TravelTalks (travel conversations) of James A. Fitzpatrick, begins in the port city of Algiers, capital of Algeria, former headquarters of the pirates, and shows the Kasbah, the fortified Palace of the pirates. The cities of Casablanca, Rabat and Marrakech in Morocco, with its magnificent hotel (La Mamounia) and the square Jemaa el Fna, the only place on the planet in which every day of the year musicians, storytellers, dancers, minstrels and bards act before a large crowd and unceasingly renewed, are visited later. This documentary shows the contrast between the Arab cultural heritage, which can be seen in the souks and its simple ways, and influence present in architecture, car traffic and hotel life, European as well as the poverty of these countries. 4.

24 h Marrakech (2009) this movie was filmed recently in Marrakesh, the ochre city, by a group of three German Directors (Daniel Grabner, Franz Muller and Christian Mrasek) and three Moroccans (Munir Abbar, Mohamed Oumai and Narjisse Tahiri). The film presents different and innovative perspectives on the city of Marrakech, which has become, in the course of its history, in a fascinating microcosm of globalization. This film offers perspectives and points of view often ignored by the Moroccan public, with the special contribution of the alien looks of the German directors. The film is fragmented into six episodes (Star Marrakech, High, Khalid, ahmads and Fatimas, sailors currents and the Otherworld) and filmed in darija (Moroccan Arabic), German, French and English. 24 h Marrakech, with the intention of exploring a life of 24 hours duration, examines themes such as friendship, drugs, work through small stories of everyday life child, human the brutal housing boom of Marrakech or the ruthless world of business and finance, as well as cowardice and wickedness.

5 World Song (1992) World Song is a 14-minute short film, written and directed by Larry Sulkis and with original music composed by Jim Lang, who has received many international awards (including the Grand Prize to the best short film of the Festival international cinema in Houston in 1992, the gold Hugo Award of the International Festival of cinema of Chicago or the Apple of gold of the International Festival of film and Video of Columbus). The film, shot in different places of the world, mainly in Los Angeles, Spain, Jamaica and Marrakech, is, according to its director, a lyrical exploration of the universality of human life. From birth to death and following this same cycle over and over again, the film takes us around the world through the experiences common to all humans, using the beautiful soundtrack to Jim Lang to carry us through this poignant experience emotional. Come and discover the magic and charm of the ochre city, which has inspired many movies, emotions and adventures, and who continues to enthrall artists of all disciplines. They may stay in one of the fantastic hotels in Marrakech or one of the typical riads in Marrakech, so close to the square Jemaa el Fna square, the most fascinating of the world. They can also house in a magnificent Villa in Marrakech or closer to rural areas, where the landscapes are spectacular and picturesque and where the population will welcome them with open arms.

Third Perspective

It also provides executives a comprehensive framework that translates the vision and strategy of a company, in a coherent set of performance indicators. Many companies have adopted mission statements, to communicate values and fundamental beliefs to all employees; mission statement is fundamental beliefs and identify target markets and core products that help to flourish the macroeconomic imbalance that small and medium-sized enterprises are faced. An important element of this process, has been in the business (perfomance) performance measurement and the balanced scorecard box, comes to integrate within a holistic view of the business in multiple dimensions (called perspectives), the set of indicators that had been handling separately under the partial visions that the managerial paradigm gave us. A fundamental contribution of the methodology, is that those indicators makes no sense if they are not measuring the achievement of the strategy, i.e., the achievement of the strategic objectives of the business. These dimensions allow you to see the business in four perspectives. The perspective of learning and growth focuses on the foundations of the current and future business success: people, technology and information, they enabled the Organization to better achievements in the perspective of internal processes of the business, which places emphasis on the performance of the key processes that motorized business as core components of its value chain. The third perspective lies in the perception of customers on the contribution that the company gives them as proposal value and finally the financial perspective expressed results that meet the expectations of the shareholders of the business.

Management should be very careful of the advantages that are derived by applying the balanced scorecard box and consider, that: the balanced scorecard box, is something more than a new measuring system. Innovative companies use the box’s scorecard as a framework and central organisational structure for its processes. Companies can develop an initial scorecard, with fairly limited objectives box: get, clarify, get consensus and focus on its strategy, and then communicate that strategy to the entire organization.