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Powering the future; Leading the digital transformation of the power industry Marco Annunziata and Ganesh Bell, September 29, 2015 (General Electric Power and Water) Executive Summary A set of technological and macroeconomic forces is converging to trigger a deep transformation of the energy industry. Show More Summary

Mr Shawn Appointed as General Manager Devices of Huawei Pakistan

Huawei has announced the appointment of  Mr. Shawn as General Manager Devices of Huawei Pakistan. Mr. Shawn will replace Mr. Fanhong Bruce, who began his journey with Huawei back in 2008 and was designated as the General Manager Devices for Huawei Pakistan in 2011. Show More Summary

Meet Kasita, The Tiny Smart Home That Can Move Between Cities

Unfortunately for Canadians, owning a place to call your own in the city isn’t very cheap.Cue Kasita, a U.S. startup aiming to “solve the urban sustainability crisis; allowing you to own an ultimate smart home.”Kasita’s modular homes fit into a “stack” that can occupy space once filled by a single-family home. Each unit can be […]

Germany’s On Board, But Smart City Project Needs Government To Think Harder Too 

The year 2015 has been a rather eventful one for Indo-German cooperation. In January, Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu and the visiting German Minister Barbara Hendricks signed an agreement, with Germany deciding to partner with India in developing three smart cities; a six-member joint committee was set up to evolve the way forward. Prime […]

Maybe it’s time for the Department of Justice to investigate restraint of trade by nuclear plant operators

Once again, a full fledged member of “the nuclear industry” has determined that it will shut down an operating nuclear electricity generating station in a market where the available capacity is already tightening. Today, Entergy “regretfully” announced that it would stop operating the Pilgrim Nuclear Plant in Plymouth, MA. Show More Summary

Mobile Payments Struggle for Security, Trust, Users

Mixing money and mobility even under perfect circumstances will worry people. Winning their trust is the key.

House Moves to Free Crude Oil for Export

Emma Ashford The House has voted to allow U.S. oil producers to export crude for the first time in many years, but President Obama may veto the plan. Emma Ashford discusses the implications for commerce and foreign policy.

Austin Based “Curb Energy” Advances Smart Home Technology

The Curb and was invented a few years ago by Eric Norwood, a former Rocket Scientist, as a way for homeowners to figure out where their energy consumption is going. The Curb and the concept of circular energy, tell a homeowner how much energy is being used in the home from which sources and which […]

Bell Labs CTO Issues Call to Action

By Paula Bernier, TMC Executive EditorForty-three percent of the world’s population has some form of regular access to the Internet – which means that 57 percent do not. Ninety percent of those 4.2 billion people without access live in the developing world, and in the least developed countries less than one person in 10 is online. Show More Summary

Field Trial Shows the Potential of Enterprise Small Cells

By: Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Contributor For large enterprises, small cells make a lot of sense. Upwards of 80 percent of all mobile usage now occurs indoors, according to Alcatel-Lucent, and enterprise small cells deliver a flexible andShow More Summary

These Life Experiences May Make You a Better Candidate

Job seekers often find themselves guessing what employers are soliciting in a job candidate. You spend countless hours honing your skills, acquiring the necessary education and polishing your resume during your job preparation, but it may be the life experiences you are missing that could cost you the position. Show More Summary


Grid Neutrality; Five Principles for Tomorrow’s Electricity Sector Jenny Hu, Shayle Kann, James Tong & Jon Wellinghoff, October 2015 (Public Utilities Fortnightly) The electricity sector faces the most dramatic transformation in its history. Show More Summary


TROUBLED VW TURNS TO THE EV Volkswagen is pegging its fate to a major bet on electric cars Steve LeVine, October 13, 2015 (Quartz) “Volkswagen, confronting a daunting threat to its size and prestige, is making a dramatic pivot to electric vehicles. Show More Summary

The great Ukrainian agricultural sell-off

As detailed previously, Ukrainian agribusiness has been one of the few success stories during the course of the country’s recent woes. And it’s a good thing that it is, as it is hard to understate the importance of agribusiness to Ukraine. A third of all exports from Ukraine last year were agricultural. Some 16.3% of […]

NEC Energy Solutions Partners With Eos Energy Storage To Bring Revolutionary Energy Storage Product to Market

NEC Energy Solutions (“NEC ES”), a subsidiary of NEC Corporation, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Eos Energy Storage LLC (“Eos”) to develop next-generation energy storage solutions based on Eos’s Znyth™ zinc hybrid cathode battery chemistry and its Aurora DC battery system. NEC ES will collaborate with Eos to provide a […]

Joining the Nuclear Workforce at Palo Verde

NEI's John Keeley In January 2014 NEI made a remarkable investment in my professional development, shipping me out to Arizona for a month so that I could take Plant Systems Training offered by the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station. Show More Summary

Joshua Newton's Water Jobs & More - 13 October 2015

11 hours agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

You can now follow Josh on Twitter (@joshnewtonH2O). Josh's and other job notices are archived here. All the jobs I post are archived at Twitter; the hashtag is #JobWaWi. Dates shown are closing dates unless otherwise indicated. 'None' means no closing date was indicated. 'Soon' means, well...soon! As more jobs...

These Five Phrases Could be Keeping You From the Job

Candidates spend a significant amount of time customizing a cover letter and resume during the job search to spark the interest of hiring managers. However, the phrases you choose to use in your letter could be sabotaging your efforts. Show More Summary

Better Together: Regional Power Pools in Africa are Worth the Challenge

Despite an abundance of energy resources, electric power systems in Africa have been slow to develop, leaving a large portion of the population in sub-Saharan Africa without access to electricity. The growing interest in regional power pools across the continent could dramatically alter that trend. read more

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