The Future of Energy

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The Future of Energy

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The energy industry is in the midst of a dramatic transformation as it reevaluates and reconfigures the way that it generates, stores, and distributes electrons.

Energy demand worldwide increases by 2% each year as our culture becomes more energy-dependent. Meanwhile, mounting concern over CO2 emissions, fossil fuel usage, and sustainability have  … Read More

Powin Energy Sells 110MWh of Operating Projects and Pipeline to esVolta

Energy

Powin Energy Sells 110MWh of Operating Projects and Pipeline to esVolta

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esVolta also enters exclusive long-term procurement arrangement with Powin

Powin Energy Corporation (stock symbol: PWON), a leading manufacturer of fully integrated energy storage solutions, has sold over 110MWh of select project assets and contracted pipeline to esVolta. esVolta recently received a large financial commitment from Blue Sky Alternative Investments LLC to  … Read More

With ARCOS, Tennessee American Water reduces response time to fix water main breaks

Water

With ARCOS, Tennessee American Water reduces response time to fix water main breaks

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ARCOS® LLC has implemented its Software-as-a-Service ARCOS CallOut® and Scheduling solution at the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Tennessee American Water to automate how the utility’s distribution department responds to customer emergencies. For Tennessee American Water, a subsidiary of American Water, responding to emergencies includes making calls to the utility’s employees to locate  … Read More

Augmented Reality in Manufacturing and Maintenance

Energy

Augmented Reality in Manufacturing and Maintenance

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It didn’t take long for the much-heralded Google Glass to become the butt of jokes from talk show hosts. But Google’s failed consumer product is enjoying new life in the manufacturing world, boosting the efficiency and accuracy of workers that are responsible for heavy equipment.  … Read More

Erosion Control Devices

Soil

Erosion Control Devices

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No one knows when it happened: some would say perhaps it made no sound, or maybe no one was listening, but something changed in the watershed upstream of several properties in a Noblesville, IN, subdivision. Suddenly, the slope of a streambank in a neighborhood backyard began wasting away.  … Read More

Be Very Afraid

Soil

Be Very Afraid

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With wildfires still raging throughout southern California, it might seem strange to concentrate on a completely different kind of natural disaster. But there are some instructive similarities in what we do—or don’t do—when faced with unpleasant possibilities like fires, earthquakes, and floods.

Lucy Jones is a seismologist who has spent  … Read More

Proline Engineering Joins CPM

Daily News

Proline Engineering Joins CPM

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MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM – CPM Holdings Inc. (CPM), a leading supplier of process equipment and technology to the food, fuel and engineered materials industries, announces the acquisition of Proline Engineering based in Manchester, UK. Founded in 1996, Proline is a leading supplier of high-speed, high-volume conveyance solutions, installation and aftermarket services  … Read More

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