Tag: infrastructure

The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads, and power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise.

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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

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.

I Hope It Doesn’t Happen Again

I Hope It Doesn’t Happen Again

This week, the Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy, collapsed during a storm. At least 25 people were killed when 260 feet of the span came loose and dropped about 150 feet to the ground below. The search for survivors continues. The bridge is on a major highway that connects Italy

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

Seeding for Progress and Restoration

Seeding for Progress and Restoration

The Palouse region of eastern Washington is known as one of the most fertile expanses of land in the world, with rich topsoil plunging to a depth of 100 feet or more. As Kurt Merg, vegetation ecologist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, explains, it is one of

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