Articles by tag: Clean Energy

Hydrogen Revolution: Charting a Clean Energy Future with Professor Bruno Pollet

In this comprehensive episode of Getting Technetical, hydrogen expert Professor Bruno Pollet explores the role of hydrogen as a renewable energy source. First, Professor Pollet provides an introduction to hydrogen’s potential applications and benefits, such as its high energy content and use in fuel cells, which emit only water as a byproduct. Second, Professor […]

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Fueling Clean Energy Transformation: Turbo Expo Trends and Technetics’ Hydrogen Innovations

What trends can innovators look to for fueling clean energy transformation? This year’s Turbo Expo 2023 offered plenty of possibilities. Rising global temperatures and environmental challenges are not just headlines but catalysts for change. The race to pioneer a sustainable future is on, and hydrogen energy emerges as a potential frontrunner. With recent studies […]

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The Disrupted Economics of Decarbonization

Getting to Net Zero soon requires global decarbonization efforts involving multiple requirements and economic and government commitments. Steps are underway to make Net Zero a reality through Carbon Capture & Storage and other technical innovations. Still, the overall topic of decarbonization is a loaded one, with the pitfalls of politics to navigate and how to […]

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Pipeline Operators Say They’ll Make Clean Energy Investments if the Government Continues Offering Tax Credits

Nothing sparks action like a bit of skin in the game. ‘Show me the money’ is a phrase that pays, and in the ESG world, tax credits are a great way to generate clean energy investments. 2022’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) expands tax credits for industrial projects that capture, reuse or permanently store carbon dioxide. […]

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What’s the Difference Between Power Quality and Power Reliability?

The average home has become more automated and continues to advance technologically every year, much of it due to increasing power quality. With these improvements comes drawbacks in the form of reliability of devices, power consumption, and expectations of consumers. What is the difference between power quality and power reliability, and how do they intersect? […]

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Clean Energy Sets $1.1 Trillion Record That’s Bound to Be Broken

(Bloomberg) — Last year was a double milestone for decarbonizing the world’s energy system. It was the first year when investment in the energy transition equaled global investment in fossil fuels, according to the latest data release from clean energy research group BloombergNEF. The money flowing into the upstream, midstream and downstream segments of oil and gas, and […]

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Advancing Clean Energy: Technetics Collaborates with CEA to Develop Cutting-Edge Sealing Solutions for Next-Generation Fusion Power Plants

An Industry and technology driven program designing the next generation power plants. Demonstration power plants need reliable sealing solutions to withstanding the extreme requirements of a fusion reactor. Thanks to Technetics’s collaboration with the CEA, we worked to solve these demanding technical challenges to enhance the project’s performance and longevity. Technetics engineers developed safety systems, […]

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Neil Fluester Breaks Down the Crestron AirMedia with the PanaCast 50 at InfoComm 2023
March 4, 2024

A significant spotlight was cast on the evolving landscape of video conferencing and collaboration technologies, highlighting the strategic partnership between Crestron and Jabra at InfoComm 2023. Neil Fluester, Global Director of Technology Alliances at Crestron, and Josh Blalock, Chief Video Evangelist at Jabra, to delve into the synergies between Crestron AirMedia and the PanaCast […]

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Jupiter Pana 105 + PanaCast 50 at InfoComm 2023
March 4, 2024

At InfoComm 2023, Jupiter and Jabra unveiled their collaborative innovation, the Jupiter Pana 105 and Jabra PanaCast 50, aimed at transforming video conferencing and collaborative workspaces. The event featured insights from Josh Blalock, the Chief Video Evangelist at Jabra, and Justin Shong, the VP of Global Sales and Marketing at Jupiter, who discussed the […]

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Barco ClickShare with P50 at InfoComm
March 4, 2024

At InfoComm 2023, Barco and Jabra showcased the ClickShare CX-50, marking a leap in meeting room technology. Josh Blalock, the Chief Video Evangelist at Jabra joins Yannic Laleeuwe, the Segment Marketing Director Workplace at Barco and Ryan Ostrow, the ClickShare Presales Engineer at Barco to highlight the second-generation ClickShare CX50’s compatibility with Jabra’s P50. […]

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How Remote Collaboration Translates to the World of Music
March 4, 2024

Remote collaboration within the music industry has evolved dramatically over the last few years. Despite the rise of telecommuting platforms like Zoom and Teams, musicians have consistently fought latency issues that have been a hindrance to meaningful real time collaboration. One company is focused on challenging that norm and hopes to empower  synchronized musical […]

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Logistics of Introducing Clean Energy into the Aerospace Industry
March 23, 2022

Aviation contributes 2% of all CO2 emissions, which is something the industry wants to change. Jason Riggs, director of strategy at Technetics, spoke with Tyler Kern on today’s episode of Getting Technetical. They spoke about some of the aviation industry’s plans to reach zero emissions by 2050 through clean energy such as sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs), […]

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Is the Texas Oil & Gas Industry Ready for Green Fleets
February 28, 2022

In 2021, Detmar Logistics was named one of Heavy Duty Trucking’s Top Ten Green Fleets. This distinction is a point of pride for Detmar, whose laser focus on sustainability is essential for future generations. Matt Detmar, CEO of Detmar Logistics, sat down with Drive Clean’s Lynn Lyon to share Detmar’s mission to become a fully […]

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Communities Can Help Streamline Solar Permits to Hit Our Climate Goals
October 13, 2021

Key Points: In order to meet President Joe Biden’s Climate Goals which is 30 percent solar by 2030, the solar industry must double its residential solar installations. The key going forward is to make solar installation straightforward and routine. Many jurisdictions are using SolarAPP+ to speed up the solar panel application process. Commentary: As […]

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Clean Energy Producers Are Eyeing Old Coal Plants—for the Wiring
July 22, 2021

(Bloomberg) — As demand for clean energy surges, would-be developers are struggling to find enough transmission lines to carry power to the people. One increasingly popular solution: retired coal plants. Much as a special-purpose acquisition company offers entrepreneurs quick access to public markets, a retired power facility offers renewable energy producers a back door onto […]

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Aramco’s Al-Khowaiter on Blue Hydrogen Investments
July 1, 2021

Saudi Aramco has outlined plans to invest in blue hydrogen as the world shifts away from the dirtier forms of energy, but it says that it will take at least until the end of this decade before a global market for the fuel is developed. Hydrogen is seen as crucial to slowing climate change the […]

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The Expansion of Electric Transmission Lines and the Clean-Energy Sector
May 19, 2021

The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the costs associated with that energy production and its use, and the technological innovations changing the way we utilize Earth’s resources to power our way of life. […]

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Is the American Steel Industry Ready for Infrastructure Investments?
March 4, 2021

Nucor CEO Leon Topalian says the American steel industry can handle any increased demand rising from passage of an infrastructure bill in Congress. He appears on “Balance of Power.” Watch or read the transcript below. —   Host: The American Society of Civil Engineers gave US infrastructure systems a grade of C minus on the […]

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Can Public Transit Support Local and Federal Climate Plans?
March 3, 2021

The march toward cleaner cities continues at the local and federal level – but there are many roadblocks still ahead. Key questions surround the role of public transit in the overall effort to lessen the environmental impact of the ways in which we get around. Can public transportation do its part to support climate-friendly strategies? […]

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Powering Up the Renewable Energy Market with AI Document Analysis
December 29, 2020

When you think about the world of renewable energy and AI, document analysis probably doesn’t come to mind first. However, AI-powered document and contract analytics are becoming a vital tool as the number and complexity of energy needs grow. Joining Daniel Litwin today to discuss the topic is Kristina Peterson, SVP of Power & Renewables […]

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