Thirty-one New York City businesses, including ABC Disney, Whole Foods and Anheuser-Busch, have committed to divert at least 50 percent of their waste from landfill and incineration by mid-June.
Small cells offer improved connectivity and the ability to offload connections from the expensive cellular network to the free Internet.
Sending cold emails to prospective clients, much like cold calling, is an art form that sales teams learn very quickly. A sales pitch that works gets customers to respond, while poorly worded emails are sent to the delete pile. Take into account a few tips about sending the right emails the right way to land better leads and more sales. Show More Summary
I feel better about the prospects for new nuclear technology development today (April 21) than I have for several years, based on the four conferences in four different U.S. cities I’ve attended over the past several weeks. My travel...Show More Summary
Nearly a year has passed since the Environmental Protection Agency unveiled its plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. There continue to be voices rising up to either support or denounce it and the U.S. Supreme Court even recently froze its implementation. Show More Summary
We might think of climate change as a phenomenon only reported on by the 21st Century media and imagine that only the people of today are really aware of the risks posed by the rising level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Although...Show More Summary
ReNew Economy reports that Tesla and Redflow have been joined by GCL Poly in the home energy storage market - GCL Poly takes on Tesla with multi-coloured 5.6kWh battery storage. GCL Poly is the world’s biggest manufacturer of silicon and solar cells and will be selling a lithium ion battery based unit.
One thing is clear, given the continuing decline in solar energy costs, particularly with generous extension of the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) in the December 2015 omnibus spending bill; everybody loves solar.
ExxonMobil and FuelCell Energy are working together to advance a carbon capture technology that the companies say could “substantially reduce costs” associated with carbon capture.
Schneider Electric has been hit with a $6.8 million penalty for alleged environmental violations — the largest-ever stipulated penalty for cleanup of a Superfund site and the third largest overall in EPA history. The EPA says Schneider Electric violated the terms of a 2002 court-approved Superfund consent decree during its cleanup at the Rodale Manufacturing […]
Today’s networks are increasingly complex, and keeping them running at peak efficiency takes a lot of work. So for this week’s spotlight, let’s take a peek behind the curtain of the Network Operations Center. With us today is Hal Baylor, Director of Business Development at INOC. INOC specializes in outsourced NOC solutions for infrastructure of […]
What ‘Frankenstein’ Can Tell Us About Climate Change Alysia Garrison, May 4, 2016 (WBUR-FM) “…[Satiric comparisons of the Frankenstein monster and Donald Trump] are appropriate on a deeper level than they appear…[In June 1816,] MaryShow More Summary
Million Solar Strong May 3, 2016 (Solar Energy Industries Association) “The adoption of solar energy in America has reached a new height of 1 million installations nationwide…[It] is the product of American innovation and ingenuity…[and]...Show More Summary
How Iowa Became the Nation’s Leader in Wind Energy; Even though Iowa is typically associated with red state politics, everyone there seems to agree that wind power makes economic sense for one of the windiest states in the country. Kim...Show More Summary
Ford Plans a Tesla-Fighting Electric Car: What We Know; The automaker's CEO Mark Fields made headlines last week when he said that Ford is working on a "competitive" battery-electric car. But Ford has been dropping hints about its upcoming electric ride for months. Show More Summary