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Facility Pros Offer Summer Building Management Strategies As Grid Brownouts Near

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  As we transition from the mild temperatures of spring into the sweltering heat of summer, regions across the country, particularly states with at-risk grids like Texas, Read more

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An Illinois Marine’s Campaign for Congress
June 5, 2023

People from all walks of life decide to run for office, but a sizable number are people who have served the country. Per Veteran Affairs, there are 82 veterans currently serving in the U.S. Congress and one more veteran wants to join them. So, who is the next former Marine aiming to represent his district […]

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TERZO : The Future Of Hydraulic Power, Are We There Yet?
June 5, 2023

There is a revolution happening in transportation; the fluid power revolution!  To better understand this revolution, Are We There Yet? series Host, Grant Harrell, speaks with Zach Lindsley, National Sales Manager at Terzo Power Systems, a company at the forefront of this important revolution. What does the fluid power revolution look like?  Terzo explains that […]

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What Are Leaf Spots?
What Are Leaf Spots?
June 5, 2023

Why do leaf spots occur, how do they affect the health and functionality of trees, and what can be done to control and mitigate their damaging effects? Join us as Wes Rivers will explain these questions in-depth. TreeNewal’s VP of Operations, Wes Rivers, shares his expertise on diagnosing, managing, and preventing leaf spot diseases. […]

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Facility Pros Offer Summer Building Management Strategies As Grid Brownouts Near
May 15, 2023

As we transition from the mild temperatures of spring into the sweltering heat of summer, regions across the country, particularly states with at-risk grids like Texas, brace for the inevitable increase in energy demand. The demand for sweet, sweet air conditioning is sure to put extra pressure on state-specific energy grids, meaning consumers and […]

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Energy and the Effects on Agriculture: Can We Survive?
April 24, 2023

Since President Biden came into office, there has been an increasing focus on “green energy” initiatives, resulting in radical changes in the oil industry. For example, the 2021 Executive Order resulted in the cancellation of the 2019 Keystone Pipeline permit. But how are these radical changes impacting the U.S. agriculture industry, and will these changes […]

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The FASTEST-DRIVING Conference of the Year: NADA 2023!
February 21, 2023

The NADA (National Automobile Dealers Association) annual conference is THE automotive industry event of the year!  And NADA 2023 in Dallas, Texas continued this trend, with the top companies in the industry showcasing their newest products, services, and cutting-edge technologies!   MarketScale’s Grant Harrell, Host of the transportation/mobility-focused video podcast series, Are We There Yet?, decided […]

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Amazon-Backed Rivian in Talks for Texas Factory
August 12, 2021

Transcript: Kailey Leinz: Amazon backed Electric Vehicle Startup Rivian is in talks to invest at least five billion dollars to build a factory near Fort Worth, Texas. Bloomberg has learned the factory would be designed to produce 200,000 vehicles a year and would create at least 7,500 jobs. For more, we’re joined now by Bloomberg’s […]

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Demand Response and the Power Grid: How to End Rolling Blackouts
June 22, 2021

Rolling blackouts are a big topic of conversation right now, with Texas and California facing potential summer blackouts due to heat waves. But most people don’t understand why they’re necessary and what they achieve. One crucial question surrounding blackouts is whether or not power grids can get to a place where they’re not needed. On […]

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Power Grids and Fracking: How The U.S. Manages its Energy
May 12, 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 […]

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How Will The Kindergarten Bubble Impact School Funding?
May 6, 2021

The numbers are getting clearer; a lack of early learners enrolled in public schools in 2021 is creating a Kindergarten bubble. This could potentially lead to various issues, one of which is funding, and education professionals are seeking and offering strategies for districts and educators on how to respond. What are some of those strategies, […]

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VCC Celebrates Launch of New Dallas Lifestyle Complex
April 23, 2021

(Presswire) This month marked the official grand opening of the expansive 433 acre mixed-use project, Grandscape!   In the spring of 2017, VCC officially broke ground on what would become Grandscape lifestyle center. They are grateful to Nebraska Furniture Mart for trusting them to fulfill their vision of a vibrant and interactive community. Though construction […]

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Can H-E-B’s Digital Strategy Compete with Kroger and Walmart?
April 5, 2021

The texas-based grocery chain, H-E-B, looks to open two new stores in the North Texas area by the Fall of 2022. With targets for Frisco and Plano, they seem to be planning to dominate market share in these Dallas suburbs, similar to what they do in other major Texas cities such as San Antonio […]

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