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Material such as coal, gas, or oil that is burned to produce heat or power.

Cooper Tire’s Roadmaster Brand Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Cooper Tire’s Roadmaster Brand Celebrates 10th Anniversary

FINDLAY, Ohio, June 22, 2017 – In 2007, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company introduced the Roadmaster line of truck tires. Today, as Roadmaster celebrates its 10th anniversary, the tire brand has become synonymous with a strong heritage of quality products backed by innovative engineering.

“Roadmaster began with four tire lines and

A Competitive Advantage

A Competitive Advantage

Despite several years of low fossil fuel prices, the growth of renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, seems unstoppable. This clean energy expansion is driven by improved performance, lower costs, and advantages of distributed generation like greater resiliency, energy independence, and reduced carbon footprint. This fundamental shift in

Omniscience and Optimization

Omniscience and Optimization

Energy management is an increasingly important topic across all business types, as buildings are one of their biggest energy consumers and producers. Buildings consume 40% of the energy and produce 21% of carbon dioxide emissions worldwide. Even more startling, one-third of the energy used in a typical facility is unnecessary,

Project Profile: Energy Storage Integration

Project Profile: Energy Storage Integration

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA/Agency) is a regional wastewater treatment agency and wholesale distributor of imported water. The Agency is responsible for serving approximately 875,000 people over 242 square miles in western San Bernardino County, which is located about 30 miles east of Los Angeles in southern California. The

A Growing Trend

A Growing Trend

Cogeneration systems, also known as combined heat and power, have traditionally been installed by larger industrial users with high steam and power demands and by smaller, institutional users such as universities and hospitals. Since the early 2000s, smaller industrial and commercial companies have discovered cogeneration utilizing natural gas-fired reciprocating engines,

Editor’s Comments: Cross-Pollination and Collaboration

Editor’s Comments: Cross-Pollination and Collaboration

Iwatched honeybees land on the plum tree in my yard recently. With a hum of wingbeats, each insect touched down on a delicate blossom, withdrew its sweetness, and headed off to the next, the marigold pouches on its hind legs swollen with pollen.

What struck me was the invisible network of

Machine Control and GPS—Key to Efficient Site Operations

Machine Control and GPS—Key to Efficient Site Operations

Modern earthmoving operations require a contradictory balance. They must combine the brute force of massive earthmoving in order to maximize productivity, with the finesse of accurate control so as to minimize the cost of unnecessary soil removal. The brute force part is easy to visualize in any piece of heavy equipment

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