The software works with existing assets with the aim of accelerating carbon reduction targets and meeting energy demand.
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by Sydney Leimbach | Nov 10, 2023
Results of the study will be presented to city leaders to provide an equity-aware standpoint for climate resilient infrastructure development.
by Sydney Leimbach | Oct 27, 2023
Due to increased demand for electricity, major U.S. power plants require private investment in significant transmission upgrades.
by Sydney Leimbach | Oct 20, 2023
The rapidly deployable solar trailers will be used to provide energy to communities in need, especially in response to weather disasters.
by Amy Baxter | Oct 20, 2023
The funds are part of the first round of selections under the broader $10.5 billion GRIP Program.
by Amy Baxter | Oct 18, 2023
“Our pursuit of energy resilience in the Air Force is unyielding, and this is just the beginning,” says AF OEA Director Kirk Phillips.
by Amy Baxter | Oct 13, 2023
While zero-carbon technology, including renewables and nuclear, will meet the bulk of new energy demand through 2050, the growth isn’t sufficient to decrease energy-related CO2 emissions in most cases.
by Amy Baxter | Sep 29, 2023
The new offering uses AI to automatically identify and implement optimization actions at all times in buildings, reducing emissions and energy.
by Amy Baxter | Sep 15, 2023
According to Duke, the smart, self-healing grid helped avoid the outages during Hurricane Idalia, which made landfall in Florida at the end of August as a Category 3 hurricane.
by Amy Baxter | Aug 31, 2023
The paper fexamines the infrastructure delivery challenges of the hydrogen market and of reaching net-zero emissions by mid-century.