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Get started on IoT programming with Codebug 

21 hours agoUtilities / Energy : Smart Grid

Programming Internet of things devices isn’t like programming a PC or a mobile device. There’s not much memory, no screen or keyboard, and often no operating system. So how do you get started? Source: Get started on IoT programming with Codebug | InfoWorld

The Importance of a Daily Huddle

Administrative assistants are tasked with a significant amount of ever-changing duties that often leave them with questions on a daily basis. Breakdowns in office communication can derail your work and interrupt the flow of productivity quickly. Show More Summary

Megan Kogut's Washington State Jobs & More - 7 October 2015

21 hours agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

I have added a number of other positions. I archive Megan's jobs and many others I post at #JobWaWi (Twitter) and on my blog here as well. As the week progresses I will post additional jobs at the bottom of the list ('Additional Positions'). In the unlikely event that clicking...

The Importance of a Cover Letter in Your Job Hunt

Candidates spend countless hours polishing resumes and putting the finishing touches on their cover letter, all while wondering if the effort is worth the time. A well-written letter, though, may be exactly what you need to stand out above the rest of the applicants. Show More Summary

Batteries Running on Shrooms

Anodes built from mushrooms could make batteries greener


Inside the new approach to finding the true value of solar; A new SEPA-NREL paper says VOS program design could be a way out of net metering, fixed charge battles Herman K. Trabish, March 31, 2015 (Utility Dive) While solar uses continues...Show More Summary


NEW ENERGY NOW MATCH NAT GAS Wind energy is now as cheap as natural gas, and solar is getting close; And it's only getting cheaper. 7 October 2015 (Science Alert) “Wind power is now comparable in price to fossil fuels, and solar is well...Show More Summary

Taking a Long-Term Look at the Future of IoT

To Mike Simon, if a product has an on/off switch, it should be connected to the Internet.Simon, the outgoing CEO of remote access technology maker LogMeIn and co-founder of the company’s Xively Internet of things (IoT) business, said during the opening keynote of LogMeIn’s inaugural Xperience user conference here Oct. 1 that businesses no longer […]

Getting Along With Even the Most Annoying People

Annoying people in the workplace can make your day seem longer and more exasperating. However, you do not have to let it affect your performance or destroy your positivity. Consider how you can deal with annoying people at work more effectively. Show More Summary

On Chatham House and Nuclear Cyber Security

The following is a guest post by Bill Gross, Manager, Security Integration and Coordination at Nuclear Energy Institute.On October 6, 2015 the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued an unclassified version of a report assessing cyber security for the Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste sector. Show More Summary

Nationwide, Electricity Generation from Coal Falls While Natural Gas Rises

The monthly natural gas share of total U.S. electricity generation surpassed the coal share in July for the second time ever, with natural gas fueling 35.0% of total generation to coal's 34.9% share. Compared to the previous July, coal-fired generation fell in every region of the country. read more

Final Steps Towards Paris?

The last ten days have seen a rush by nations to publish their INDCs, with the much anticipated INDC from India amongst those submitted. On Monday October 5th, the Co-Chairs of the ADP also released a proposal for a first draft of a new climate change agreement for Paris. read more

Canada Has a Big Climate Opportunity, but will Policy Makers Seize It?

A new analysis out recently, Conducted by ICF International, shows Canada’s oil and gas sector can achieve substantial cuts in emissions of methane – a powerful pollutant and the primary ingredient in natural gas – using low-cost pollution controls. read more

Nuclear Energy's Low-Carbon Attributes Increase Public Support

Awareness of nuclear energy’s leading role in preventing greenhouse gas emissions in the electric sector solidifies the conviction among an overwhelming majority of Americans that the technology is important to the nation’s energy and environmental future. read more

NC first southeastern state to hit 1 GW solar

As of September 24, 2015, North Carolina has surpassed 1 gigawatt (GW) of solar capacity — specifically with 1.04 GW installed, according to the nonprofit NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) — becoming the fourth in the nation to attain the goal, and first in the Southeast. Source: NC first southeastern state to hit 1 GW […]

Equinix Plans New Dallas IBX

Five data centers in Dallas apparently isn't enough anymore, so Equinix is going for a sixth.  This morning they announced plans for a new IBX, which will go by the moniker DA7 and will help support growing demand for interconnection throughout the metro area.  ... [visit site to read more]

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