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Winners and Losers in Democrats’ Signature Tax and Energy Bill

(Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are the biggest winners now that a huge piece of Democrats’ economic agenda is hurtling toward enactment. The tax and energy bill passed Sunday after a year and half of rocky negotiations that divided the party. It gives Democrats tangible progress on key issues to show Read more

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Winners and Losers in Democrats’ Signature Tax and Energy Bill
(Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are the biggest winners now that a huge piece of Democrats’ economic agenda is hurtling toward Read more
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The Impact of Energy Blackouts on Facility Management
They say that everything is bigger in Texas, which seems to include the demand for electricity this summer. According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Electricity Read more
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Recession Concerns Rising after Second Consecutive Quarter of Shrinking US GDP
Key Insights: The US GDP shrunk for the second quarter in a row. 66% of Americans worry that a significant recession is around the corner. 58% of Americans are living paycheck to Read more
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Energy Transformation: EV Charging Capacity and Consumption Impact on Grid
The bipartisan National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) funding bill guidelines offer insight into how EV charging will impact the grid.  Grid impact and demand capacity, Read more
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How Hospitals Can Conserve Energy and Reduce Strain on the Power Grid
As temperatures nationwide rise with the peak of summer heat hitting various states, the increase in energy use is causing strain on power grids. Of the most vulnerable states is Read more
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Energy Transformation: Why EVs will Impact the Utility Grid
With the bipartisan National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) funding fast approaching, what are the implications on energy demand and the utility grid and why is EV Read more

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Winners and Losers in Democrats’ Signature Tax and Energy Bill
August 9, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are the biggest winners now that a huge piece of Democrats’ economic agenda is hurtling toward enactment. The tax and energy bill passed Sunday after a year and half of rocky negotiations that divided the party. It gives Democrats tangible progress on key issues to show Read more
The Impact of Energy Blackouts on Facility Management
August 5, 2022
They say that everything is bigger in Texas, which seems to include the demand for electricity this summer. According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Electricity use on the main Texas grid is estimated to peak at nearly 80 gigawatts and meet new records this week as the heat increases. To put these numbers into a bit of Read more
Recession Concerns Rising after Second Consecutive Quarter of Shrinking US GDP
August 4, 2022
Key Insights: The US GDP shrunk for the second quarter in a row. 66% of Americans worry that a significant recession is around the corner. 58% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. When the economy is teetering in recession, food prices, gas, and essential goods are rising faster than in 40 years. The US GDP shrank for the Read more
Energy Transformation: EV Charging Capacity and Consumption Impact on Grid
August 2, 2022
The bipartisan National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) funding bill guidelines offer insight into how EV charging will impact the grid.  Grid impact and demand capacity, energy consumption, and the feasibility of renewable energy, as well as energy storage viability, are the lenses upon which to examine grid impact and demand Read more
How Hospitals Can Conserve Energy and Reduce Strain on the Power Grid
July 27, 2022
As temperatures nationwide rise with the peak of summer heat hitting various states, the increase in energy use is causing strain on power grids. Of the most vulnerable states is Texas, as it recently faced a major threat when unexpected cold temperatures resulted in unusual and heightened energy use in February 2021. The demand caused a failure Read more
Energy Transformation: Why EVs will Impact the Utility Grid
July 15, 2022
With the bipartisan National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) funding fast approaching, what are the implications on energy demand and the utility grid and why is EV charging compounding the complexities of grid transmission and distribution? Currently, EVs account for about 1% of the global vehicle market and according to EV Read more
Taking Stock of the Economy at the Midway Point of the Year
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The Supreme Court’s Carbon Regulation Decision
July 8, 2022
With oil and gas prices on everyone’s mind, some good news came to the industry recently in the form of a 6-3 Supreme Court decision. Voting in favor of West Virginia v EPA, the Supreme Court turned the decision of regulation back to Congress. The EPA had been requiring states and companies to restrict their carbon footprints and regulate carbon. Read more
Bill Gates-Led Fund Backs Startup With Cheaper Way to Move Hydrogen
June 28, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- A hydrogen molecule is tiny. So tiny, in fact, that trying to store and transport it via existing tanks and pipes can end up causing cracks in steel. If hydrogen is to become a clean fuel of the future, urgent technological solutions are needed to keep it in place and move it at will. Enter H2SITE, a Spanish startup, that promises to do Read more