Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Tag: energy

Composite solutions for the wind energy industry

As the world tries to limit the use of fossil fuel energy, the demand for renewable energy is increasing, with wind becoming a heavily...

Ingka Group invests in first US solar parks

Ingka Group (Ingka Holding B.V. and its controlled entities) strategic partner to IKEA franchisee system, has reached agreement with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to...

Hawai‘i Infrastructure Receives D+ Grade from Civil Engineers

The inaugural Report Card for Hawai‘i’s Infrastructure was released by the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Hawai‘i Section, giving 11 categories of infrastructure an overall grade of a “D+.”

GIS: Front page to Puerto Rico Power Mission

Gregory Aponte, Juliana McMillan-Wilhoit, and Jessie Petit of Task Force Power Restoration Geographical Information Systems Team display a map and graphic illustrating 72 percent...
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Berkeley Lab aims for big breakthroughs in water technology

Recognizing that the issues of water and energy are critically interdependent, the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is launching a new research institute to focus resources on its growing portfolio of projects for water innovation.

MIT study: Volcanic ash reduces overall energy to manufacture concrete

MIT engineers working with scientists in Kuwait have found that volcanic rocks, when pulverized into a fine ash, can be used as a sustainable additive in concrete structures.

Underground power line project in harsh environment wins award

Installing more than a mile and a half of power cable in dusty, dry Texas soil turned into a relatively easy job for the contractor and won Project of the Year for the cable's manufacturer, Southwire Company, LLC.

NSF-funded center at Purdue could help power U.S. for next century

The National Science Foundation selected Purdue University to lead an engineering research center that will develop new technologies to produce fuels from U.S. shale-gas deposits, which could inject $20 billion annually into the economy.

Survey finds U.S. mayors taking action on climate protection, and planning for more

Cities across the country are showing leadership in promoting renewable electricity, low-carbon transportation, and energy efficiency, according to preliminary results of a survey jointly conducted by The U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) and the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES).
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