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Al Gore On The Morality Of The Climate Fight

Al Gore: battle against climate change is like fight against slavery; Former US vice-president says green revolution is bigger than industrial revolution and happening at faster pace than digital revolution Damian Carrington, 21 June...Show More Summary

Why India’s smart grid infrastructure is integral for power sector

Globally, the digital revolution has increased need for electricity with greater reliability and better quality than is typically delivered through conventional power distribution systems. As more manufacturing processes and serviceShow More Summary

Will Security Dealers, Home Automation Pros or Comcast Own the Smart Home Cybersecurity Market?

Some entity will come to own the business of residential cybersecurity, network monitoring and remote managed services, but it’s unclear who that might be.It could be big home security dealers or central monitoring stations like ADT,...Show More Summary

Steps to the smart grid

Since 2010, the UK has invested an impressive £52 billion ($66 billion) in renewable energy, dramatically shifting the country’s dependence on fossil fuels. On a global scale, wind turbines, tidal power and solar panels are fast becoming the energy generation methods of choice in most developed countries.But making this transition is not as simple as […]

Home Automation Trend Clicks with More and More Consumers

According to a 2016 survey, home automation — such as home entry notifications and video monitoring — is gaining in popularity among parents. Today, nearly one in four parents either uses a home automation system or plans to within one year. The use of technology has become so prevalent that parents prefer using it to […]

US importers challenge the call for more steel trade restrictions

The American Institute for International Steel recently hosted a forum in Washington DC for those likely to be negatively impacted by steel import restrictions that could follow the government’s ongoing Section 232 investigation. They...Show More Summary

Owens Corning Sinks Water Use, Emissions in 2016

Owens Corning has reduced water use by 37% in 2016 from 2010 levels, exceeding its 2020 goals; the company also decreased particulate matter emissions by 23% from 2010, according to its just-released 2016 sustainability report. For a company of Owens Corning’s size – Owens Corning does about $6 billion in... Show More Summary

Solar In Latin America Can Boom

Shaping the Future of Solar Energy in Latin America; Solarplaza and the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) convened over 150 international investors, project developers and solar energy experts from more than 30 countries 23...Show More Summary

Scotland Buys Into Kite Wind

Scottish bank invests in Kite’s novel technology for wind energy sector 23 June 2017 (Energy Business Review) “Kite Power Systems (KPS), a UK-based company developing a disruptive technology for the wind energy sector has secured a £2m...Show More Summary

Tesla Eyes The China EV Market

Tesla moves a step closer to building electric cars in China Norihiko Shirouzu and Paul Lienert w/Jake Spring, Marguerita Choy, Bernadette Baum, June 22, 2017 (Reuters) “…[Tesla’s exploratory talks with the Shanghai municipal government...Show More Summary

What Does Exxon’s Carbon Tax Mean?

Groups Slam Exxon for Deceptive Support of Carbon Tax Plan Lorraine Chow, 20 June 2017 (EcoWatch) “Environmental organizations are calling foul on a carbon tax and dividend plan supported by ExxonMobil, BP, Shell and other influential...Show More Summary

The Rump Flails Factlessly At Wind

Trump attacks wind power in state that gets nearly third of energy from wind Jacqueline Thomsen, June 21, 2017 (The Hill) “…[The President ignorantly blasted wind power during a rally in Iowa, which gets] nearly a third of its powerShow More Summary

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