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Renewable Energy Sources are Too Unpredictable to be the Sole Answer for Decarbonizing Energy Generation

The urgent need to address climate change is a global priority, and the race towards a carbon-neutral future is a complex and challenging undertaking. As the planet has experienced one of the hottest months on record in July 2023, the calls to combat the climate crisis are resonating louder than ever before. Decarbonizing…

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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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Fundamentals of Technology in the Utility and Energy Operation Sectors

Control room operators have a critical role in the utility and energy industries. They are responsible for everything from managing surveillance to command and control to traffic management and broadcasting distribution monitoring. With such a key role, what are some of the unique needs control room operators have when it comes to designing their workspaces?…

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Start-ups Need to Focus on Creating Value Before Expanding

When the pandemic hit, many businesses were told to shut their doors, some of which never reopened them. Though unfortunate for many, others had different outcomes. Founder and CEO at Volta Energy, Dr. Denis Kouroussis, sits down with Greg Crumpton and Tyler Kern to highlight his upbringing, company, and the effects of the pandemic….

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How AT&T Tackled Its Carbon Footprint: The Energy Exchange

On this episode of The Energy Exchange, Host David Hidinger talked with John Schulz, Director of Sustainability Integrations at AT&T. They talked about Schulz’s career, how he got into his current role, and his role in helping AT&T lead the way in sustainability. “I’ve been really lucky,” Schulz said. “I’ve had the chance to do…

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Trust but Verify: A Common Sense Approach to Data

Data drives decisions of the worlds largest companies but in a world with constant data, how do you make sense of it? Host TC Riley, puts the world under the lens of data and analytics and explores current news, B2B trends, and popular topics.   Diving Into Data tackles a common and pivotal part of the…

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E2B: Post-Pandemic Demand, Pricing Point to Optimistic Natural Gas Outlook – Part 2

While natural gas producers had a challenging year in 2020, there’s reason for optimism in 2021. In the second of a two-part conversation, host Daniel Litwin discusses with Steve Hendrickson, President of Ralph E. Davis Associates, the state of the natural gas industry and what trends may impact the sector going forward in 2021. Natural…

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Harmony in Action: The Rentex Washington D.C. Team
June 18, 2024

Step into the world of Rentex Washington D.C., where the team thrives on collaboration and excellence. Each member plays a vital role, contributing their unique skills to ensure top-tier customer service and seamless operations. Their collective dedication to quality and innovation sets them apart in the AV rental industry. Celebrate the dynamic and cohesive efforts…

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Embracing Variety: Watu Murray’s Dynamic Role at Rentex
June 18, 2024

Meet Watu Murray, the Warehouse Manager at Rentex Washington D.C. Watu thrives on the variety, new experiences, and challenges that each day brings in the workplace. A devoted family man, he cherishes spending time with his son. Outside of work, Watu enjoys producing music and video projects, bringing creativity and passion to everything he does.

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Orchestrating Excellence: The Symphony of Teamwork
June 18, 2024

Meet Michael Stathis, General Manager at Rentex, Washington D.C. Michael values collaboration, comparing the team’s work to an orchestra symphony where every instrument is essential for success. He is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, ensuring every project hits the right note. Michael’s enthusiasm for motorsports reflects his drive and precision in leading the team.

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Spotlight on Quality: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
June 18, 2024

Meet Jon Moody, the Quality Control Manager at Rentex Washington D.C. Jon is driven by the dedication of a hardworking team, who genuinely care about providing customers with exceptional service. Their collaborative efforts ensure every project’s success by truly supporting customer needs. Celebrate Jon’s commitment to quality and the positive impact of teamwork and dedication.

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3 Crucial Ways AI Can Assist Battery Development
January 22, 2021

Artificial intelligence has been changing how the world works for many years now. From algorithms that optimize production, to voice activated virtual assistants on a smartphone or smart speaker, AI is able to optimize and automate processes to make them more efficient and productive. How can AI improve battery research and development? Here are three…

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The Genesis of Innovation: The RoseWater Energy Story
October 29, 2020

Once upon a time, Joe Piccirilli, CEO, and Mario Bottero, COO of RoseWater Energy saw an opportunity to invest in home energy solutions. There is a need for a reliable and efficient power conditioner, power backup and surge protector for homes. “Unlike the products we saw out there,” Bottero said, “which was a lot…

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Why Intelligent Design Is Powering Energy Evolution
September 22, 2020

Joe Piccirilli, Managing Director at RoseWater Energy Group, has always spoken about four pillars of energy design: perfect power quality, protection against lightning, battery backup and renewable integration. Now, he’s added a fifth. “After a few years of dealing with misconceptions about what batteries and renewals are capable of doing, I’ve added a fifth…

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The Next Generation of Energy: Why Many Consumers Are Waking Up to Their Power Quality Issues
August 11, 2020

A dropped Zoom call here. A brief internet outage there. When millions more Americans were working from their offices, it would’ve gone unnoticed. Now, with so many more working from home because of the coronavirus pandemic, people are waking up to their power quality issues. “We didn’t really notice power quality issues, because we…

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3 Sources Leading American Electricity Output
September 25, 2019

The United States has moved towards energy independence in recent years, mostly through a boom in oil production in places like west Texas. Diversity among energy sources has also played a major role in this process. Electricity is an example of innovation and diversification of resources in energy in the U.S. In 2018, three major…

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Why Big Tech Companies are After Big Energy Solutions
January 24, 2019

The big tech companies are not only making big profits—they are also big global users of electricity. To run all of its servers, Google uses about 2.26 million megawatt hours per year. That would be enough energy to run an entire city of 200,000 homes. That is a huge carbon footprint—and a huge electricity bill!…

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