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Emerson Electric to spin off network power business

By Ankit Ajmera and Lewis Krauskopf (Reuters) - U.S. factory automation equipment maker Emerson Electric Co said it planned to spin off its network power business as part of its efforts to focus on high-growth businesses. The network...Show More Summary

5 uncomfortable confessions about middle-aged masturbation

5 days agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

1. It's harder to focus. When you're younger, you're so horny you can't think. When you're older, you think too much. I'll be ready to start and suddenly think: I've got to pay the electric bill. We only have a quarter of a roll of toilet paper. Show More Summary

GE, Cascade Partner to Improve Gas Turbine Combustion, Cut Emissions

General Electric has announced a multi-year joint development agreement with Cascade Technologies that will focus on applying and improving simulation software that enables engineers to virtually look inside a gas turbine as it operates...Show More Summary

BMW Opens Store Focused 100% On Electric Cars

Originally published on EV Obsession. The first BMW sales facility focused entirely on the company’s electric “i series” recently opened up in Santa Clara, California. The new Stevens Creek BMW in Santa Clara facility is now well stocked...Show More Summary


Focusing on CSP, Saudi Arabia to Add 41GW Solar Power by 2032 Aisha Abdelhamid, May 18, 2015 (PlanetSave) “Significantly boosting electricity generation from renewable sources in the upcoming years, Saudi Arabia is expected to experience...Show More Summary

Hackaday Prize Entry: Biopotential Signal Library

With prosthetics, EEG, and all the other builds focused on the body and medicine for this year’s Hackaday Prize, it might be a good idea to take a look at what it takes to measure the tiny electrical signals that come from the human body. Show More Summary

Why Texas Could Be Next In Electricity Market Reform

Originally published on RMI Outlet. By Chad Blevins and Dan Seif While all eyes have lately been focused on places like New York, California, and Hawaii, last month, the opening bell in Texas for that state’s “electric power market 2.0” began with little more than an energy-wonk whisper. Show More Summary

More cycling with e-bikes

Electric bikes make people cycle longer and more often, a new study concludes, adding that the effect is best on women. A new study focused on how people use the electric bike and how the electric bike may contribute to a decrease in motor traffic.

GE Launches Waste-to-Energy Project with Aseagas

Aboitiz Power subsidiary Aseagas, which focuses on renewable energy, has inked an agreement with General Electric’s Distributed Power business to power its first waste-to-energy project in Lian in the Province of Batangas, Philippines. Show More Summary

Focusing on CSP, Saudi Arabia to Add 41GW Solar Power by 2032

Significantly boosting electricity generation from renewable sources in the upcoming years, Saudi Arabia is expected to experience robust growth in its solar power market, with a special focus on Concentrated Solar Power technology.Show More Summary

Google Self-Driving Cars To Hit California Roads This Summer

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

Self-Driving Car is a project led by Google, which is specifically focused on the development of autonomous cars, chiefly electric cars. In the latest development, the project has been given a green signal to be tested this summer on the public roads of Mountain View, California. Show More Summary

Death spiral or 'opportunity vortex'?

Innovation, new business models and unregulated revenues are set to become the focus for progressive utilities - especially network operators - as solar, electric vehicles and microgrids spread their influence.

The SBU, An Electric Self-Balancing Unicycle by Focus Designs

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The SBU is an electric self-balancing unicycle by Focus Designs that allows riders to propel themselves forward, steer, and stop simply by leaning. The latest version of the SBU has a top speed of 12.5mph and features regenerative braking that helps maintain a charge longer. The SBU was featured in a recent vlog entry by […]

Is the Future of Electricity Generation Really Distributed?

Renewables have made outstanding progress in the last decade. And yet, just as these exciting changes are taking place, the renewables movement seems to be shifting its focus to something that has little or no connection to the fundamental environmental goals: distributed generation, particularly at the residential level. read more

5 Vehicles We Wish Were Electric

While there are more electric vehicle options on the road today than ever before, only a handful of them are offered nation-wide and even fewer are readily available. Cars such as the Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt, Ford Focus EV and Tesla Model S give buyers different options, but we know that variety is the spice of life. Show More Summary

Putting an end to electrical grid gold-plating

The interim Senate report into the performance and management of electricity network companies has rightly identified over-investment as a key reason for the increase in electricity prices. But in choosing to focus on the most difficult...Show More Summary

In Search of the Sustainably-Sourced Guaranteed Lower Utility Bill

By 2016 the price of solar energy is projected to be equal to or even less than utility rates in all 50 states. To remain competitive and relevant, the electric utility industry, and its regulators, will need to place their focus on the sustainably-sourced, guaranteed lower electricity bill.

Ford cuts shift at Michigan Assembly Plant, laying off 673 workers

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The Wayne plant produces the Focus, Focus Electric and C-Max hybrid.

IHS CERAWeek 2015, Day 4: Power ballad ending

Thursday is not the final day of IHS CERAWeek, but it is the final day focused on a particular commodity. It’s also Platts’ final day at CERAWeek this year. Thursday’s focus on electric power allows for a wide variety of topics, though, from coal to actual power generation to natural gas and everything in between. […]

Will the 'Internet of Things' Open Your Home to Hackers?

At this week's RSA Conference in San Francisco, the world's leading cyber minds aren't just focusing on international super-hackers and possible future attacks on the electric grid. Do you know what else they're worrying about? YourShow More Summary

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