Amid the escalating water and climate crises, this article offers a blueprint for industry to address water, energy, and emissions through smart water management. By adopting an integrated approach, businesses can balance profitability with environmental stewardship, pushing for collective action toward a sustainable future.
The industrial sector produces essential materials that make up the buildings in which we live and work, the cars we drive, and other products we use every day. Almost all parts of modern-day society function because of heavy industry. However, this energy-intensive...
As of August 2, humanity has been using ecological resources beyond what the earth is capable of regenerating for the year. Known as Earth Overshoot Day, this annual mark serves as a reminder that we live on a resource-constrained planet. Our society has been designed...
Open standards solutions for the building automation industry that integrate advanced technologies like digital twins, artificial intelligence, and edge computing will help fulfill sustainability promises that usher in effective energy and resource allocations.
Companies transitioning fleets will need to make a plan to effectively charge vehicles, without spiking utility costs or drawing too much from the energy grid.
The European Union has cut an ambitious path for climate legislation in 2023. In March, the bloc released the Net-Zero Industry Act, with the goal of increasing green manufacturing capacity and providing greater diversity in the supply chains of key technologies. Now,...
By leveraging automation and robotics, smart building materials, and data collection and analysis, construction companies can reduce waste, increase safety, and improve efficiency.
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With billions of dollars in government funding becoming widely available to scale renewables and climate tech solutions, the American energy and utility market will undergo extreme changes for years to come.
Global technology company Siemens predicts that the market for wireless EV charging in Europe and North America will reach $2 billion by 2028.