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Government-Supported Broadband: Pro and Con

Potential advantages of government-supported broadband tend to win the battle of media against opponents, but a case against it deserves a look.

Apple or Google: Who will win the smart home war?

The home automation sector is a wide open market that is valued at billions by analysts. But unless the technology becomes more user friendly – and fast – there’s a very real danger that it won’t see the kind of widespread market penetration that businesses are hoping for. Source: Standard Digital News : : Lifestyle […]

Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Can Make Electric Turbines Greener

Sandia National Laboratory will host a turbine that can improve energy efficiency by 40 percent

From @PNWClimate: A New Approach to Tracking Hydrologic Responses to Climate Change - Déjà Vu?

3 days agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

The following paper is featured in the July/August 2015 issue of The Climate CIRCulator: Vano, J. A., B. Nijssen, and D. P. Lettenmaier (2015), 'Seasonal Hydrologic Responses to Climate Change in the Paci?c Northwest', Water Resour. Res., 51, 1959–1976. doi:10.1002/2014WR01590 Abstract Increased temperatures and changes in precipitation will result in...

Show How Many, How Much, How Often on Your Resume

When you're writing a resume, be sure to quantify your experiences. This allows the hiring manager who is reading your resume to get a clear picture of what you have done during your career so far. Quantifying your experiences when writing a resume means detailing how many times you have completed a task. Show More Summary

Oppertunity To Learb Critical Skills While Playing

August 12, 2015 Islamabad, Pakistan –    Pakistan Innovation Foundation’s new initiative – The Creativity, Science, and Innovation (CSI) Labs – launched its second cohort for the beginners’Robotics Legos 101 Workshop yesterday.   Last...Show More Summary

Low-cost technology to produce electricity from sea waves

Italy’s National Agency for New Energy Technologies (ENEA) in collaboration with the Polytechnic of Turin has developed a low-cost, smart technology for extracting energy from sea waves called PEWEC (Pendulum Wave Energy Converter). It...Show More Summary

Don't Make These Four Crucial Mistakes

The job search is a tedious process, but it is one that can lead you toward the career of your dreams. Package a professional resume to outline your skills and experience, but also pay close attention to your cover letter to ensure opportunities to interview with companies that can advance your career. Show More Summary

Intel Collaborates With CSIRO For Research

Islamabad, August 25, 2015 – Intel Corporation today announced world-first collaboration with CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, which will see Intel technology play an integral role in investigating honey bee health to secure global food supply. Show More Summary

Tuesday Roundup: Zayo, WANRack, BICS, 8×8

Time for a quick roundup of other news from this morning that is worth a look:... [visit site to read more]

The Decline of Sloppy Electricity Rate Making

Back in the “good old days” most customers had no choice about how to buy electricity and a regulator’s life was pretty easy. The utility needed sufficient revenue to cover its costs, but the regulator approving rates was mostly just deciding whose ox to gore. read more

Growing Global Liquids Inventories Reflect Lower Crude Oil Prices

Continued growth in global production of petroleum and other liquids has outpaced consumption growth since August 2014, resulting in rising global liquids stocks. Total global liquids inventories are estimated to have grown by 2.3 million barrels per day (b/d) through the first seven months of 2015. read more

U.S. Coastal Cities Face Increased Risk of Flooding

In the US, the economic, environmental and social impacts of flooding are severe. Flooding presents a serious risk to our physical infrastructure, which are essential to the well-being of the nation. Unfortunately, US coastal cities are facing an increased risk of severe flooding due to compound flooding. read more

White House Announcement Means 'Today Is a Very Big Day for PACE'

Some barriers to popularizing the property-assessed clean energy (PACE) program across the United States were cleared recently with an announcement made by President Obama at the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada. read more

Hottest Month On Record Portends Global Warming Speed Up

Last month was not just the hottest July on record. Since July is “the warmest month of the year globally,” NOAA’s latest monthly State of the Climate Report, notes that July 2015 “was also the highest among all 1627 months in the record that began in January 1880.” read more

Microchip teams up with Intel to strengthen IoT privacy and security

Semiconductor and microcontroller company Microchip Technology announced a partnership with Intel to utilize its Enhanced Privacy ID (EPID) technology in future products.  “Microchip has long recognized the importance of security in IoT applications,” said Ian Harris, VP of Computing Products Group at Microchip. Show More Summary

TODAY’S STUDY: SOLAR THIS YEAR

Tracking the Sun VIII: The Installed Price of Residential and Non-Residential Photovoltaic Systems in the United States Galen Barbosde and Naim Darghouth, August 2015 (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Executive Summary Now in its...Show More Summary

QUICK NEWS, August 25: SOLAR CHEAPER THAN NAT GAS; WIND TO THE RESCUE; NUKE PLANT COSTS STILL RISING

SOLAR CHEAPER THAN NAT GAS SunEdison Solar Farm Beats Gas With Biggest Colorado Project Chris Martin, August 20, 2015 (Bloomberg News) SunEdison, the world’s biggest renewables developer, began construction in Colorado on the 156 MW Comanche solar installation. Show More Summary

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