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Power Plants Under Attack

Power Plants Under Attack

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It began innocently enough—a resume sent via email in Microsoft Word document format. But what transpired once power plant managers opened the files was unquestionably sinister.

Authorities report that since May 2017, hackers have targeted the computer networks of several companies that manage and operate and energy facilities throughout the US.  … Read More

Energy Storage at the Forefront of Ceaseless Change

Energy Storage at the Forefront of Ceaseless Change

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One of the things I really like about energy storage is the imaginative approaches that we see emerging at an accelerating pace. Last week we talked about Tesla’s Solar Roof paired with the Powerwall 2, heady stuff that few saw coming. Several weeks before we reported on exciting advancements on  … Read More

Grid Defection: The Saga Continues

Grid Defection: The Saga Continues

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No need to tell you that almost everywhere you look these days someone or something is tossing spitballs into the game, unsettling the big cheeses, sowing seeds of hate and discontent among the hoi polloi, turning brother against brother, and disrupting the everyday flow of societal intercourse.

Sitting in the crosshairs  … Read More

Clarifying New Revisions to Federal Air Quality Standards

Clarifying New Revisions to Federal Air Quality Standards

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On October 1, 2015, EPA revised the federal air-quality standard for ground level ozone (O3), tightening the standard from 75 parts per billion (ppb) to 70. Ozone is set as a health-based standard, because at certain levels ozone can cause lung and respiratory problems. As most business people know, particularly  … Read More



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