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An airlike fluid substance which expands freely to fill any space available, irrespective of its quantity.

Reader Profile: Cyril Toussaint

Reader Profile: Cyril Toussaint

While overseeing energy efficiency projects at the nation’s largest public health system may seem like a daunting task to some, for Cyril Toussaint, director of energy management and sustainability at NYC Health + Hospitals, it is both a challenge and opportunity to serve his community, a lifelong role he has

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Hydrogenics
Reliable power is essential to every business operation. That’s why companies are increasingly choosing Hydrogenics for critical backup and on-demand power needs.

Hydrogenics’ proven low pressure Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell stack architecture is at the core of our HyPM Power Module, designed to deliver superior performance, durability, and reliability.

Shared Energy Resources

Shared Energy Resources

There is a familiar backstory in electric power generation that has influenced the industry over the 40 years since the Public Utilities Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA) was signed into law. Industry veterans know this story and the younger generation is coming to learn it. Yet the story is

Mitigating Electricity Demand

Mitigating Electricity Demand

The slowdown in the growth of electricity consumption and the rapid growth of distributed energy resources currently underway in the electric power sector is causing important utility revenue losses, resulting in challenges to century-old utility business models and current regulatory policies. It’s also providing new opportunities for electricity customers.

Power Testing

Power Testing

“Be prepared.” For critical facilities threatened with the possibility of a power cut-off or a community that could face a blackout, the best form of preparation is a backup genset, generator, turbine, or battery. But what about the backup preparation itself? How does an operator know that the backup will

CHP: Institutional Applications

CHP: Institutional Applications

Institutional facilities throughout the US are employing combined heat and power (CHP) to attain goals in energy efficiency as well as cost savings, resiliency, and greenhouse gas reductions.

Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems

Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems

A new law moving through California’s legislative bodies will require all new homes to include solar panels as of 2020. When the law takes effect, the impact will stretch across the Golden State as mass-market opportunities open up for solar panel and battery storage companies.

Design and Planning for Landfill Gas Collection Systems

Design and Planning for Landfill Gas Collection Systems

Most landfill gas design engineers are accustomed to preparing design drawings to incorporate the installation of a gas system into an existing landfill that has been accepting waste for many years. The landfill may require a gas system per the New Source Performance Standard (NSPS) regulations or may be adding

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