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How Fusion Energy and the Sun Provide the Inspiration that ITER Needs

How Fusion Energy and the Sun Provide the Inspiration that ITER Needs
The world depends on energy. It has since the dawn of time, and how we capture energy is always changing and evolving. The dependence on fossil fuels has consequences, so many countries are Read more

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Airline Investors See a Post-Pandemic Rebound in Low-Cost Travel
April 14, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- New money is flowing to low-cost airlines in the U.S. as they take on giant carriers racing to recover from the unprecedented collapse in travel during the pandemic. Two established carriers that Read more
Cross-Sections: A New Industrialized Construction Podcast
April 14, 2021
  Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude, as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem. Gude spoke with John Pugh Read more
What Regulations Will Get Drones Ready to Deliver to Your Front Door?
April 14, 2021
Both pilots and companies are navigating a thin line between security and innovation. Host Grant Guillot talks with leaders, influencers, and experts across the drone industry to guide us through the complex web of Read more
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How Fusion Energy and the Sun Provide the Inspiration that ITER Needs
April 13, 2021
The world depends on energy. It has since the dawn of time, and how we capture energy is always changing and evolving. The dependence on fossil fuels has consequences, so many countries are Read more
Will Solar Panel Installation Quadruple by 2030?
April 12, 2021
Dr. Gilbert Michaud is a professor at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University. He studies renewable energy policy and economic development, and he shared Read more
Texas Ice Storm Showcases Importance of Energy Storage and Automation
April 9, 2021
It’s not often when the smart home solutions installed by integrators collide with major news-making events, but that’s exactly the scenario during the recently deadly storms in Texas. Indeed, in Read more
Is the Solar Industry Prepared for Rising Demand?
March 22, 2021
According to new research in partnership with Wood Mackenzie, the Solar Energy Industries Association predicts that United States-based solar output and infrastructure will see itself grow four Read more
3 Ways Energy Companies can Create a Positive Public Perception
March 22, 2021
Energy companies often have very limited strategies when it comes to managing their public perception. Usually it consists of a poorly managed social media account or a standard blog of self Read more
Safari Energy Reaches 500th Commercial Solar Project
March 17, 2021
NEW YORK, March 11, 2021 – Leading solar developer Safari Energy announced that the company has developed or acquired its 500th commercial scale solar project. Spanning 24 states and Washington, Read more
After Texas Crisis, Biden’s Climate Plan Hangs on Fragile Power Grid
February 25, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- The millions of people who struggled to keep warm in Texas, with blackouts crippling life inside a dominant energy hub, have laid bare the desperate state of U.S. electricity Read more
Why Was the Texas Energy Grid Unprepared for a Major Winter Storm?
February 22, 2021
A snowstorm and brutal cold hit an unprepared energy system and left nearly five million energy customers in Texas, North Dakota, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi in the dark. Power Read more
The Next Generation of Energy: The Importance of Power Quality
February 16, 2021
Where did the understanding that power quality was an issue people needed to pay attention to begin? Joe Piccirilli, CEO of Rosewater Energy Group, said it was mission-critical environments Read more