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Electric School Buses Represents a Move Towards Cleaner, More Sustainable Transportation Modes

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In the quest to combat climate change, innovative solutions in the transportation sector stand out as pivotal battlegrounds. Luke Nolan, the Global Account Manager at Incharge Energy emerges as a key player in this fight, leveraging partnerships with OEMs and school bus customers to spearhead the adoption of electric school buses. By forging partnerships […]

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The Complete EV Charging Portfolio: InCharge Energy’s Tailored Solutions for Every Dealership Need

As the auto industry shifts towards electric vehicles (EVs), InCharge Energy is leading the way in equipping auto dealerships with advanced EV charging infrastructure and management solutions. This video showcases how InCharge Energy’s comprehensive offerings, including a wide range of EV chargers and the InControl Charge Management Software, are transforming dealership operations. Dealerships can […]

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AI is at an Investment Tipping Point. These Are the Three Main Trends Shaping AI Solutions Development.
April 17, 2024

The AI industry is facing both headwinds and tailwinds, and this state of uncertainty is best represented in investment numbers. Recent data published by the Stanford University Institute of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence shows that while generative AI private investment is skyrocketing, overall global investment in AI solutions dipped for the second year in a row […]

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From Old to Gold: Reconductoring Breathes New Life into Aging Grids for Renewable Integration
April 17, 2024

As our world moves towards a greener future, the challenge of updating and expanding the capacity of the aging U.S. power grid has become a pivotal concern. Recent studies suggest that reconductoring—replacing old transmission lines with new, high-capacity conductors—can double or triple capacity without new rights-of-way, offering a quicker, cost-effective path towards integrating renewable […]

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With an Aging Workforce, Businesses Need to Balance the Fruits of Experience with Rising Workforce Costs
April 17, 2024

How can businesses effectively address the diverse needs of an aging workforce while managing the associated costs? The increasing presence of older employees brings a wealth of experience and stability to the workplace, yet it also demands significant investment in continuous training and updated benefits to match their evolving needs. As of 2023, according […]

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The Palisades Nuclear Plant Demands a Clear Risk-Based Analysis for Successful Reopening
April 17, 2024

The debate around restarting mothballed nuclear power plants is gaining momentum in the U.S., illustrated by the decision to revive the long-dormant Palisades Nuclear Plant. This pioneering move, marking the first such initiative in the nation, underscores a broader conversation about energy resilience and the strategic recalibration of America’s energy assets. Experts say to […]

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