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  • Crown Global Insurance: Account Management

    Communication, Communication Design

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    We provide a platform of professionally managed investment options primarily utilising an Insurance Dedicated Funds "IDF" platform. We do have the capability to provide more specific investment strategies offered through our key banking relationships around the world.

    Each client account is invested in an insurance dedicated fund or managed account directed by a third party manager selected by the client. Crown does not manage any fund or account. Fund investments and managers may be changed by a client at agreed intervals, subject only to restrictions imposed by investor control rules under the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations.

    Suitability

    Each proposed policyholder needs to determine for themselves whether a particular investment option is suitable in light of their individual situation. The Insurer and its affiliates make no recommendations, and provide no advice, as to the selection of investment options or the allocation of assets among subaccounts.

    Asset Protection

    There are also certain non-tax advantages that can be derived through ownership of investments through an insurance/annuity vehicle. Many individuals have sought to secure greater protection for their assets through establishing off-shore, asset protection trusts. While the law varies from state to state, in most domestic jurisdictions, assets owned in a variable life insurance or annuity contract are not subject to claims of creditors. Non-US in...

  • Carbon Trading Scam - Crown Capital Eco Management

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    http://chelseahilton.skyrock.com/3178077183-Carbon-Trading-Scam-Crown-Capital-Eco-Management.html

    ATTLEBORO (CBS)- It was a memorable episode of “Seinfeld”. Kramer and Newman filled a truck with bottles and cans in New York and went on a road trip to Michigan.

    They were dreaming of getting rich by redeeming those beverage containers for 10 cents apiece when they had only paid five cents a piece in New York.

    The problem is that fiction has become reality in Massachusetts. Honest taxpayers are losing millions of dollars each year in these types of fraudulent returns

    The I-Team found there is little stopping out of state residents from scamming the system. In fact our cameras captured video of trucks with Rhode Island plates filled to the brim with empties. We watched as vehicle after vehicle like this came into a redemption center in Attleboro to make redemptions. We saw one man wheeling in heavy barrels while wearing protective gloves.

    While Massachusetts has a five-cent deposit for soda and beer containers, neither Rhode Island nor New Hampshire has a bottle bill.

    Environmental consultant Kevin Dietly of Northbridge Environmental in Westford said there is virtually nothing stopping a person from bringing out of state containers into Massachusetts for redemptions.

    The I-Team followed Joao Lomba from Yankee Spirits in Attleboro back to the parking lot of a social club in Pawtucket, Rhode Island after we saw him redeem hundreds of containers.

    He told us he takes the ...

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    http://www.shelfari.com/groups/103480/discussions/490483/Crown-Eco-Management-Jakarta-Emulsion-fuel-offers-environmental- Environmental technology company Nano Bubble Technologies (NBT) says its emulsion fuels offer the boiler industry environmental and economic benefits.

    NBT points out that a feature common to emulsion fuels is that they can be used with minimal service and maintenance requirements in boiler plants.

    The company offers stable and cost-effec-tive fuel emulsions. The production of these emulsions involves the use of chemical additives, a mechanical blending process and technical know-how, ensuring that the emul- sions are stable throughout the working temperature and pressure range. The benefits of using emulsified fuels are derived only if the emulsified fuel remains stable immediately prior to combustion. NBT’s technologies reli- ably produces stable emulsified fuels of consis-tent quality and standard, says the company.

    “Emulsions are inherently unstable. Over time, they will separate into the stable states of the dispersed and continuous-phase materials. “To maintain the composition of an emulsion, surface-active agents, or ‘surfactants’, are incorporated into the production of an oil-phased emulsion. In an oil-phased emulsion, these surfactant agents encase the droplets of water distributed throughout the continuous oil phase and prevent the water droplets from joining and coalescing,” says NBT depot sales manager Karl Henriksen.

    NBT’s prop...

  • One way to avert tragedy in SA’s energy sector

    Community, Environmental Design

    http://open.salon.com/blog/nancyaukland/2013/05/15/onewaytoaverttragedyin_sasenergy_sector

    OF ALL Shakespeare’s meticulously crafted characters, King Lear is arguably the most complex — a man flawed by layers of rage juxtaposed by the burden of guilt. At his death in Act V, Shakespeare’s critics argue that the magnitude and beauty of this complicated man is not measured in a contrived, flowing obituary, but in the simplicity of swift death itself.

    The name O’Flaherty may appear to be the only faint link between Celtic mysticism and Megawatt Park, the site of Eskom’s headquarters in Sandton. But long before the procurement processes at the Medupi coal-fired power station were revealed to a collective groan of public disbelief, weak leadership had characterised the national power utility, with successive CEOs persistently applying that odious Kumbaya-esque rhetoric to explain their excessive bonuses in a culture that was blatantly rewarding failure with the proceeds of destructive economic exercises.

    When gluttony halted abruptly, the inevitable era of gout, fear and paranoia was ushered in — yet just when Eskom was staring swift death in the face, it made a sublime appointment.

    Paul O’Flaherty hails from a rich bloodline of successful accountants, all seemingly obsessed by detail and numbers — that exclusive hole where truth and reality meet, delightfully inaccessible to politicians (and environmentalists). Prior to his appointment as chief financial officer at...

  • http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/14581545-chirpstory-525m-funding-for-heating-and-cooling-efficiency-study

    The UK Research Council’s Energy Programme has announ-ced funding of £5.25m for a study of energy-efficient heating and cooling technologies.

    The research will be carried out by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Storage, Transformation and Upgrading of Thermal Energy, which will be known as i-STUTE.

    The University of Warwick will play a leading role in the project, working alongside London South Bank, Loughborough and Ulster universities.

    i-STUTE director Professor Bob Critoph told H&V News the intention is to outline a strategy that will be easily understandable for consumers that will also “allow suppliers to make money”.

    He stated that i-STUTE was already speaking to companies such as Dimplex, Emerson and all the major boiler manufacturers.

    “We want to identify something that’s universally acceptable,” said Prof Critoph, explaining that the four partners had already carried out work in a number of complementary areas.

    “In many ways this follows on from the work we did within CALEBRE [Consumer-Appealing Low Energy technologies for Building Retrofitting],” Prof Critoph said, adding that this would allow the project to “hit the ground running”.

    He also revealed that there would be a focus on studying air-to-water and gas-absorption heat pumps.

    The four partners are due to sign legal documents to confirm their involvement by 1 Jun...

  • http://www.hvnplus.co.uk/confirmation?rtn=http://www.hvnplus.co.uk/news/525m-funding-for-heating-and-cooling-efficiency-study/8647678.article

    The UK Research Council’s Energy Programme has announ-ced funding of £5.25m for a study of energy-efficient heating and cooling technologies. The research will be carried out by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Storage, Transformation and Upgrading of Thermal Energy, which will be known as i-STUTE. The University of Warwick will play a leading role in the project, working alongside London South Bank, Loughborough and Ulster universities. i-STUTE director Professor Bob Critoph told H&V News the intention is to outline a strategy that will be easily understandable for consumers that will also “allow suppliers to make money”. He stated that i-STUTE was already speaking to companies such as Dimplex, Emerson and all the major boiler manufacturers. “We want to identify something that’s universally acceptable,” said Prof Critoph, explaining that the four partners had already carried out work in a number of complementary areas. “In many ways this follows on from the work we did within CALEBRE [Consumer-Appealing Low Energy technologies for Building Retrofitting],” Prof Critoph said, adding that this would allow the project to “hit the ground running”. He also revealed that there would be a focus on studying air-to-water and gas-absorption heat pumps. The four partners are due to sign legal documents to confirm their involvement by 1 June. ...

  • http://mariarojvik.wordpress.com/2013/05/06/research-and-markets-boiler-turbine-generator-btg-equipment-for-thermal-power/

    DUBLIN — Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Boiler, Turbine, Generator (BTG) Equipment for Thermal Power - Market size, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2020" report to their offering.

    Chinese Industrial Expansion to Drive Global Boiler, Turbine and Generator Market Growth

    China's continuing reliance on thermal energy will prove the key driver in the global Boiler, Turbine and Generator (BTG) market in the near future, expects research and consulting firm the authors.

    According to the company's latest report*, BTG market revenue in China will increase steadily from a expected total of US$20.9 billion in 2013 to US$30.1 billion in 2020, boosting the nation's share of the global market from 32% to 48%.

    China's surging industrialization makes reliance on alternative power generation impractical, creating a favourable environment for a BTG industry currently struggling with the global rise of energy diversification and a move away from fossil fuels upon which the sector relies. Developed economies such as the US, UK and Japan are all expected to demonstrate minimal revenue growth in the BTG market during the same period.

    China's ongoing dependence on coal is expected to be a substantial boon for the country's BTG market. Despite the rising price of coal, the commercialization of renewable energy continues to be the...

  • Warmer Climate causes Greener Arctic

    Environment, Environmental Design

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    Researchers say, elevated temperatures and a longer growing season mean some of Earth’s chilliest regions are looking increasingly green.

    As reported and base from the new study, at present the plant life at northern latitudes often looks like the vegetation researchers would have observed up to 430 miles (700 kilometers) farther south in 1982.

    “It’s like Winnipeg, Manitoba, moving to Minneapolis-Saint Paul in only 30 years,” study researcher Compton Tucker of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., said in a statement.

    A team of university and NASA scientists including Tucker looked at 30 years’ worth of satellite and land surface data on vegetation growth from 45 degrees north latitude to the Arctic Ocean. The researchers suggest that, in this region, large patches of lush vegetation now stretch over an area about the size of the continental United States and resemble what was found 4 to 6 latitude degrees to the south in 1982.

    “Higher northern latitudes are getting warmer, Arctic sea ice and the duration of snow cover are diminishing, the growing season is getting longer and plants are growing more,” climate scientist Ranga Myneni of Boston University said in a statement, adding that the changes are leading to great disruptions for the region’s ecosystems.

    In the precedent several decades the Arctic has been warming more rapidly than the rest of any part of earth. A...

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