About RAIFounded in 1974 by Raymond I. Angelini, RAI is a solar construction, general construction, electrical contracting and testing firm servicing commercial clients in NJ, PA, DE and MD. Originally established as an electrical contracting company, RAI formed a solar division in 2004 and has since completed solar projects throughout NJ, PA, DE and MD. To learn more about Ray Angelini, Inc. visit www.raiservices.com(link is external) or call the Sewell, NJ-based headquarters at 856-228-5566. Draker Labs, a provider of high performance turnkey monitoring systems for large commercial and utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, has been selected by Ray Angelini Services, Incorporated (RAI), to monitor 11 solar projects located throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Seven of the projects have been commissioned and the remaining ones are currently under development. The projects include a mix of commercial sites and educational institutions.According to Gregg Barchi, Director of Operations and Maintenance at RAI, the decision to select Draker followed a comprehensive review of monitoring vendors. ‘We wanted a complete, end-to-end solution from a single vendor with a proven track record in commercial PV monitoring. Draker is unique in that they have been providing monitoring hardware, web interfaces and field services for over 10 years. They have deep commercial experience and provide a level of technical guidance we rarely see from other vendors. We’re very pleased with our decision to standardize on Draker’s technology and services and look forward to continuing to partner with them on future projects.’ About DrakerDraker Laboratories provides highly accurate and reliable monitoring solutions that help owners and operators of commercial-scale PV systems maximize the efficiency and profitability of their solar assets. As a supplier of end-to-end monitoring solutions, Draker’s turnkey systems combine proven field instrumentation with an intuitive web-based data management system and unmatched customer support.www.drakerlabs.com(link is external) (March 28, 2011 – Burlington, VT) Draker CEO Charles ‘Chach’ Curtis, cited the RAI partnership as an important milestone in solidifying the company’s position as a leader in commercial PV monitoring. ‘As one of the premier east coast solar developers, Ray Angelini enjoys a stellar reputation for technical excellence and quality support services. We are thrilled to have been chosen by them to monitor their PV projects and look forward to a long and healthy partnership between the two companies.’
Photo © Pixabay A loss for Arsene Wenger’s side would add further pressure on the manager, with his contract expiring at the end of the season.Kick off at Wembley is at 3pm.While, in the Premier League it’s a hugely important day in the race for a Top 4 finish.First up at 2.15pm Burnley play host to Manchester United side who have been rocked by long-term injuries to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcus Rojo.The pair both suffered cruciate knee ligament injuries in the Europa League win over Anderlecht midweek.Then at 4.30 their arch rivals Liverpool are in action as they take on an in-form Crystal Palace at Anfield.Finally, In Scotland there’s an Old Firm Derby to decide the pairing for this year’s Scottish Cup final.Celtic take on Rangers at Hampden Park with kick off at 12pm.The winners play Aberdeen after they defeated Hiberian 2-1. There’s plenty of soccer action across the water today.This afternoon the second FA Cup final place is up for grabs as Arsenal take on Manchester City.The competition represents the final chance for both sides to win a trophy this season – the winners take on Chelsea who beat Tottenham 4-2 in yesterdays other semi final.
Lahiri, who spent a lot of the time in India with his parents, later moved to Ahmedabad to be with his coach, Vijay Divecha, and started working on his game. “Mentally, I decided that I was going to focus on the next 2020-21 season, instead of thinking about the ongoing one. I took it as an opportunity to work on my game and rebuild it,” he said. “After all, how many times does anyone get a chance to work on the game and assess it with one’s coach and stay away from tournaments without needing to worry about the Tour card. “This was one such chance,” added Lahiri, as the PGA Tour decided that all players would keep the status they had for the 2020 season. With a hearty laugh, he said, “I was telling someone, that basically (we) disassembled the engine and put everything back together.” Lahiri and Divecha worked on just about everything. He added, “This time, we have rebuilt from scratch. It was like I was starting golf again — right from the basic, the grip, posture, the fundamentals. It was a re-set button. In a way it was like writing something new on a clean slate.”This week Lahiri will have Arjun Atwal for company at the Wyndham Championship. This is where Atwal won India’s first and only PGA Tour title. Lahiri has played at the Donald Ross-designed Sedgefield Country Club, in the past. “It is tree-lined and you have to shape shots. There’s a good mix of lengthy holes and shortish holes. If you get hot, you can make lots of birdies and rise up the leaderboard.” Lahiri did not watch much of golf during the last few months. “I would follow scores maybe once a day, not like looking at my phone every few minutes. I was focused on working on my game and I feel good about it. So, I am excited.” The Wyndham Championship is the final event of the Regular Season. For Lahiri, who is way down in the FedExCup points list, it is more a question of testing his game and then getting ready for the new season which begins right after the Play-offs. Atwal, who had a few starts last few weeks, is 215th and Lahiri is 219th. So, getting into 125th is a long shot, unless Atwal or Lahiri can pull off something big on Sunday. Image credits: PTI / Social Media Koushik Narayanan LIVE TV First Published: 12th August, 2020 11:10 IST WATCH US LIVE Written By COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US Lahiri had a proper status.”I got to spend six weeks with Vijay which I haven’t done in like five or six years. It’s a big reset and I was able to work continuously with him,” said Lahiri, who has gone through a lean spell. “That was the reason I needed and wanted to work on my game. In the past few years I would get short periods of practice with Vijay and we would try fix the problems. They were just that fixes. Now, I had a proper stretch of time, and I grabbed it.” India’s Anirban Lahiri is finally going to tee off at a PGA tournament this week when he plays at the Wyndham Championship, ending his five-month-long coronavirus-forced break. “It’s been a long, long time,” said Lahiri. “I am hungry and all ready to go. I came to India for the Hero Indian Open and then had to stay back as the COVID outbreak started spreading all over.”Lahiri back in action after 5 monthsThis week Lahiri and Atwal will play in the Wyndham Championships at the Sedgefield Country Club. Due to the long break, Lahiri was not even able to go back to the US because of travel restrictions. But now he is back in the US and excited about playing his first event since early March. “I’m feeling excited. It’s not something I’ve felt like in a long time,” Lahiri said. “It’s like going back to school after a summer vacation. It’s a good thing.” Last Updated: 12th August, 2020 11:10 IST Lahiri Back In Action After 5 Months, Joins Atwal At Wyndham India’s Anirban Lahiri is finally going to tee off at a PGA tournament this week when he plays at the Wyndham Championship, ending his five-month-long break FOLLOW US