7 Third St, Camp Hill.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has recently been repainted inside and outside and the downstairs area retiled.Mr Michael hopes someone with a passion for character homes and the area would buy his home.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 The 3D Diakrit floor plan of 7 third St, Camp Hill.The internal stairs connect the top floor to the bottom and this area currently includes a large rumpus room, an office, a toilet and a double garage, although can be somewhat reconfigured to suit the new owner’s needs. There is an opportunity to further develop this level of the home. The 405sq m block is fully enclosed with private fencing. 7 Third St, Camp Hill.The property is set over two levels and its charming traditional exterior blends with the chic modern lines of the floorplan.The upper level offers a cosy living space with the centrally placed kitchen linking the living and dining areas.Bi-fold doors open to the rear deck with its elevated view over the back garden and in-ground swimming pool.There are three good-sized bedrooms on this level, all with built-in robes. The master bedroom has an ensuite and there is a family bathroom, too. 7 Third St, Camp Hill.The entire lower level of the home is above regulation height and the higher ceilings add to the sense of space. 7 Third St, Camp Hill.After 11 years, Mark Michael and his wife Liz are selling their Camp Hill home.Mr Michael said a growing family had prompted the move from 7 Third St.The Michaels are remaining in the Camp Hill area, which they said was close to the CBD. The property is also close to smaller shopping centres as well as the Carindale Shopping Centre.“This area is fantastic,” Mr Michael said.“There’s great neighbours and it’s central to everything.”
MingYang’s order book until the end of the first quarter of 2020 reached 15.23 GW, the company said, of which hybrid drive wind turbines accounted for about 92 per cent. The company has also just announced a 11 MW offshore wind turbine with hybrid drive. MingYang plans to install a prototype of the turbine, MySE11-230, in 2021 and have it ready for deployment the year after. MingYang has established a business and engineering centre in Hamburg, Germany, with an aim to introduce its latest offshore wind turbine products into the European market. In addition, MingYang has joined several international wind organizations such as OREAC, WFO and GWEC, focused on global development of offshore wind. The Chinese wind turbine manufacturer said that it was motivated by the growth of the offshore wind market in Europe, and that with its new centre it also wants to deepen the technical and commercial cooperation with its European partners. “It is believed that with the technology originated from Europe and a strong global supply chain, MingYang could provide a competitive solution and a lower LCoE for the European offshore wind market”, MingYang stated.