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North Korea’s condemnation of Trump’s hawkish national security adviser,” says Stefan Bird CEO of Pacific Power a West Coast utility whose parent company plans to build a major wind farm in Wyoming “It’s the least cost renewable we can add to our system by far” Despite enormous potential wind-power development in the Western mountain states has lagged behind other parts of the nation The sparsely populated states don’t need more electricity and the excess power didn’t have anywhere to go But that’s changing fast as demand for wind power increases around the country and technological advances make it cheaper and easier to transmit The biggest strides are being made in Wyoming where two companies are racing to build massive wind farms to supply the West Coast In Carbon County the Power Company of Wyoming has broken ground on what will be the largest wind-power installation in the country The completed project which is projected to create 1000 local jobs calls for 1000 wind turbines generating enough energy to power nearly a million homes That power will travel 730 miles to California through a direct current transmission line built by an affiliate “Wyoming has some of the best wind-energy resources in the world” then Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said in 2012 when the federal government approved the Carbon County farm “There’s no doubt that this project has the potential to be a landmark example” Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway which owns Pacific Power has also jumped on the Wyoming bandwagon pumping billions into developing its own wind-power farm and transmission lines That project aims to bring more than a gigawatt of wind power to the West–enough to power 750000 homes The key to all of these projects is getting the power from its source to its users As the US increases its reliance on clean energy the ability to move it from one part of the country to another will be critical “If there is transmission available” says Alex Morgan a wind analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance “wind projects pop up around it” Write to Justin Worland at [email protected] This appears in the June 05 2017 issue of TIMEPerth: Angelique Kerber’s early season renaissance continued to flourish on Friday as she led Germany into their first Hopman Cup final since 1995 at the mixed teams tournament in Perth The left-hander wound the clock back to 2016 with her menacing forehand as she thrashed Australia’s Daria Gavrilova in straight sets in the singles and then lifted the Germans to victory in the deciding mixed doubles as they notched a dramatic 2-1 win in their final Group A tie Germany’s Angelique Kerber hits a return against Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia during their twelfth session mixed doubles match on day seven of the Hopman Cup AFP Kerber and Alexander Zverev only had to beat the Australians to reach Saturday’s final against Switzerland’s Roger Federer and Belinda Bencic But it came down to a tense mixed doubles clash after world number four Zverev suffered a shock loss to Thanasi Kokkinakis in the men’s singles With Zverev’s form faltering noticeably the Germans dropped the first set in the Fast4 doubles Although they levelled the match their fate looked grim when Australia led 3-1 in the first-to-five third set tie-breaker with the in-form Kokkinakis having two serves to come But the Germans won the next four points to advance to the final denying the Belgium pairing of David Goffin and Elise Mertens who had beaten Canada earlier in the day and would have gone through to the final with an Australian win Zverev said Kerber deserved all the plaudits for their place in the final "Angie played unbelievable in both her matches" he said "She is the reason we are in the final and I’m going to give her all the credit I didn’t play very well today" The German pairing of Boris Becker and Anke Huber won the final in 1995 with Michael Stich and Steffi Graf winning it two years earlier Kerber started 2017 ranked number one in the world but slumped to 21 by the year’s end and on paper appeared to have her work cut out against the 26th-ranked Gavrilova in the singles The Australian held four break points in the first game of the match but it was one-way traffic from there as Kerber produced a procession of winners on her way to an emphatic 6-1 6-2 victory Kokkinakis stuns Zverev Kerber has won all three of her singles matches at the Hopman Cup and hasn’t dropped a set The confidence of 29-year-old is rising as she heads towards Melbourne where she won her maiden Grand Slam in 2016 "I am really happy with my three wins" she said "It’s still the beginning of the year but having good matches under my belt before heading to Melbourne gives me much confidence" She will face another player unbeaten in singles this week in Saturday’s final in Bencic the former world number seven rebuilding her career after injury The injury-plagued Kokkinakis is ranked 209th but stunned world number four Zverev coming from a set down on the back of a booming forehand and superb serving to win 5-7 7-6 (7/4) 6-4 and keep the tie alive against the odds Little separated the pair throughout as they traded blows with Zverev staving off seven set points in the second set before the Australian levelled the match One break in the fifth game of the third set was enough for Kokkinakis to record one of the wins of his career on his third match point Zverev beat Federer in three sets all tie-breakers in Perth last year Earlier in the day troubled Canadian Eugenie Bouchard suffered an untimely injury setback in her final singles match as Belgium beat Denmark 3-0 Bouchard suffered a buttock injury late in her straight-sets loss to Mertens After Mertens beat Bouchard who produced her best performance of the tournament prior to the injury world number seven Goffin then cruised past Vasek Pospisil to secure the tie for the Belgians They were handed a clean sweep when Bouchard pulled out of the mixed doubles but it wasn’t quite enough to get them into the final New Delhi: Pakistan should become a "trading nation” rather than a “warrior nation" while ensuring it does not turn into China’s pawn Islamabad’s former envoy to the US Husain Haqqani has said In an interview to PTI Haqqani said Pakistan also needs to take a call on what is more important – supporting terror suspect Hafiz Saeed or gaining international credibility and respect Amid the consolidation of the already-robust Sino-Pak ties Haqqani who served as ambassador to the US from 2008 to 2011 stressed Pakistan should not go from being dependent on the US to relying on China and must refrain from becoming a "Chinese pawn" “Pakistan needs to build a self-sustaining economy” he said warning Islamabad of the pitfalls of aligning with a major power Haqqani who was in India last week for the launch of his new book ‘Reimagining Pakistan: Transforming a Dysfunctional Nuclear State’ said the country needs to "re-think its overall direction" including in the economic sector Pakistan should become a "trading nation rather than a warrior nation" and start thinking about geo-economics rather than geo strategy said the 61-year-old former diplomat and author of ‘Pakistan Between Mosque and Military’ and ‘India v Pakistan: Why Can’t We Just Be Friends’ among other books "Trying to take advantage of its strategic location by allowing itself to be used by one major power or another has brought Pakistan to the present situation and if we continue to play the same game the result is not going to be very different in the future” he said While Islamabad should seek good relations with Beijing "there is no reason why Pakistan should become a Chinese pawn in the mistaken belief" that this would somehow make it a power in its own right he said when asked if Pakistan’s dependence on China could prove counterproductive His remarks assume significance as in January the US had suspended more than $115 billion security assistance to Pakistan accusing it of harbouring terror groups such as the Afghan Taliban and Afghan guerilla group Haqqani Network After US president Donald Trump had lashed out at Pakistan earlier this year for providing "safe havens" to terrorists China had defended Islamabad saying the world community should acknowledge its all-weather ally’s "outstanding contribution" to counter terrorism File image of Husain Haqqani AFP Asked if America’s tougher stance against terror would push Islamabad into a robust military alliance with Beijing Haqqani said the more America and India came close the more Pakistan would try to strengthen its ties with China "But for Pakistan’s own sake it would be useful to have relationships with multiple partners Dependence on the US did not prove useful for Pakistan in the 50s and 60s; dependence on China will not necessarily be the key to Pakistan’s progress in the 21st century" said Haqqani who lives in the US where he is Senior Fellow and Director for South and Central Asia at the Washington-based Hudson Institute Haqqani was removed as Pakistan’s envoy to the US for his alleged role in what is known as the Memogate controversy which revolved around a memorandum seeking help from the Obama administration after the killing of Osama bin Laden to avert a military takeover of the civilian government in his country Asked if the suspension of American aid had brought about a change in Pakistan’s attitude Haqqani said the establishment had not changed its world view and was still hoping that logistical and other considerations would make the Trump administration soften its stance On the possibility of power blocs being formed in the region he said a "new Cold War" in which Pakistan aligns with China and India with the United States was not going to be positive for South Asia "I think that aligning with one major power against another is not the recipe for economic growth and success for a country like Pakistan" said Haqqani who also served as the Pakistani envoy to Sri Lanka from 1992 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