杭州 龙凤 胭脂坊

first_imgWe would also like to thank all our associate sponsors: AAK, AB Mauri, BAKO North Western, Kerry Foods, Kluman & Balter, Puratos, and Thomas Lowndes & Co.To view or purchase pictures from the awards night, go tohttp://roblawson.thirdlight.com/a.tlx?k=2bgzhp9For more details on the Baking Industry Awards, go to http://www.bakeryawards.co.uk The Baking Industry Awards 2013 celebrated the cream of the crop at last night’s annual awards ceremony, held at the Park Lane Hilton.Julian Carter, head baker at Hambleton Bakery in Exton, was crowned Baker of the Year in the ADM Milling-sponsored category, while Morrisons took the coveted title of In-Store Bakery Retailer of the Year, sponsored by Zeelandia. A total of 11 awards were handed out on the night, including a special accolade for Outstanding Contribution to the Baking Industry, sponsored by Délifrance, which was awarded to Piero Scacco of Montana Bakery.Other winners included The Bread Factory, which walked away with The Craft Business Award, sponsored by Dawn, and Peter Cook of S C Price & Sons, who won the Speciality Bread Product of the Year award, sponsored by Bakels, for his Seeded Sourdough Loaf.Our celebrity host, musician and television presenter Myleene Klass presented all our winners with their trophies, as well as giving the 850-strong audience a special piano performance. Guests also had the chance to dabble with funny money at the AB Mauri-sponsored casino, or have a boogie on the dance floor.Martyn Leek, editor, British Baker, said: “The Baking Industry Awards continue to demonstrate the wealth of both established and emerging talent in the baking industry, and is the ultimate occasion to celebrate the individuals and the businesses that make up this thriving sector.”Check back soon for extended coverage of the event including photos and video content.Baking Industry Awards winners 2013:Baker of the Year, sponsored by ADM Milling – Julian Carter, Hambleton BakeryThe Rising Star Award, sponsored by Stevens Group – Simon Curran, MorrisonsSpeciality Bread Product of the Year, sponsored by Bakels – Peter Cook of S C Price & Sons, for his Seeded Sourdough LoafThe Craft Business Award, sponsored by Dawn – The Bread FactoryThe Customer Focus Award, sponsored by CSM United Kingdom – Speciality BreadsIn-Store Bakery Retailer of the Year, sponsored by Zeelandia – MorrisonsCelebration Cake Business of the Year, sponsored by Renshaw – Terry Tang Designer CakesThe Product Innovation Award, sponsored by Asda – Ruby Tuesdays Patisserie, for Ruby’s Mini LoavesBakery Supplier of the Year, sponsored by Tesco – Finsbury Food GroupThe Retail Innovation Award, sponsored by Macphie of Glenbervie – GreggsOutstanding Contribution to the Baking Industry, sponsored by Délifrance – Piero Scaccolast_img read more

first_imgCoal miner PT Sumber Energi Sukses Makmur (SESM) will build a solar power station in South Sumtarai in cooperation with local palm oil plantation company PT Golden Blossom Sumatra as part of its expansion into renewable energy.According to a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed in Jakarta on Thursday, SESM will build a solar power station with a capacity of 10.5 megawatts (MW) to meet the electricity needs of the plantation company.Speaking to reporters after the signing of the MoU, SESM president director Zulfia Mirza said the installation of the solar panels and other devices for the solar power plant would start in July. “We’re clearing land for the solar farm, which covers around 12 hectares. The installation will begin in July,” he said. He hoped the power plant would be able to begin commercial operation in March 2022.Read also: Jokowi kicks off UAE visit with renewable energy deal as Indonesia seeks funding for energy ambitionsZulfia said the company would spend between US$18 million and  $20 million to build the power plant. Around 70 percent of the funds would be obtained from bank loans and the other 30 percent from the company’s own funds.The solar power plant will solely supply electricity to Golden Blossom Sumatra under a 20-year contract. The power plant will not be connected with state-owned electricity company PT PLN’s electrical grid. As part of its long-term expansion plan, SESM plans to build several solar power plants in a  number of regions in the country, especially in areas not connected to PLN’s electricity networks.“Our next project will be in Batam. We will install a 5 MW solar power plant to provide electricity for a shipyard,” Zulfia said.The installation of solar power plants and rooftop solar panels is on the rise as the government continues to encourage private companies and households to use solar energy to increase the use of renewable energy in the country.Read also: More companies turn to solar energy to reduce rising electricity costsAt present, there are 30 solar power stations in the country operated by PLN and independent power producers (IPPs).PLN unit Pembangkitan Jawa Bali (PJB) is also slated to begin the construction of the $129 million Cirata floating solar power plant in West Java next year, with support from Abu Dhabi renewables firm Masdar.Once fully operational at 145 MW, Cirata will be Indonesia’s largest solar power plant, taking over the title from the existing 15 MW Likupang plant in North Sulawesi. (mpr)Topics :last_img read more