Tag: energy

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).

BNEF forecasts global wind and solar costs to fall faster, undercutting most existing fossil...

New Energy Outlook 2017, the latest long-term forecast from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), shows earlier progress than its equivalent a year ago toward decarbonization of the world’s power system.

Thornton Tomasetti joins companies around the world for ‘Daylight Hour’ on June 16

In advance of the summer solstice (June 21), buildings around the world are turning off their lights for an hour as part of Daylight Hour.

Purdue researchers propose solar solution to ‘full earth’ scenario

A new concept proposes to provide food, energy and water resources for the world’s growing population by combining systems that simultaneously use different parts of sunlight’s spectrum to produce crops, generate electricity, collect heat and purify water.

Surge in hydraulic fracturing drives water management spend toward $12 billion

A new wave of drilling activity in the hydraulic fracturing sector has kick-started demand for water management solutions in a sector that was lagging less than a year ago.

New name for PPI division reflects expanding use of HDPE conduit

The Plastics Pipe Institute, Inc. (PPI) announced that its Conduit Division has been renamed the Power & Communications Division (PCD).
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