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CLEARSPAN
ClearSpan now offers a new time-saving product line of Pre-Engineered Buildings. Customers who are looking to install a building this winter can complete their projects at a faster pace. The Pre-Engineered Buildings are available in 65-foot-wide ClearSpan Round HD Buildings, as well as 73-foot-wide or 100-foot-wide ClearSpan Gable HD Buildings.

Smart Strategy

Smart Strategy

From large municipal water utilities to those serving rural areas, smart meters are helping managers strategize using the data the meters produce.

Updated Efficiency

Updated Efficiency

The history of SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) begins with the widespread development of computers in the 1950s. Before manufacturing and remote sites started to grow, people managed the standard control and monitoring processes by hand. As mainframe computers grew in popularity, utilities and industries adopted the concept of

Armoring Against Erosion

Armoring Against Erosion

It’s easy to assume that with sophisticated computer simulations, wireless monitoring, and engineered materials, we’ve conquered water management, but a look into our past might just dampen this hubris. When it comes to erosion control, everything old (really is) new again.

How Utilities Can Communicate the Benefits of AMI to Customers

How Utilities Can Communicate the Benefits of AMI to Customers

Smart meters enable demand-response and time-of-use pricing schedules, as well as improved distribution system performance. Proponents say they promote increased efficiency, but skeptics raise concerns about privacy, health, and cost. Some customers choose to pay a premium to opt out of updates, preferring their traditional analog meters.

Right to Repair

Right to Repair

I’ll start by asking, should the owner of a piece of heavy equipment have access to software code embedded on that machinery and access to diagnostic tools and repair information? This is a debate that essentially started in the Ag industry but can easily be applied to the world of

Technology and Connectivity Enhance HVAC Efficiency

Technology and Connectivity Enhance HVAC Efficiency

Building owners and operators are adopting “smart” and non-traditional HVAC technologies that not only continue to meet occupancy comfort needs, but provide operation and efficiency benefits. They’re also seeking systems that put more control at their fingertips, industry experts say.

Armoring for the Future

Armoring for the Future

It’s easy to assume that with sophisticated computer simulations, wireless monitoring, and engineered materials, we’ve conquered water management, but a look into our past might just dampen this hubris. When it comes to erosion control, everything old (really is) new again.

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Demand Energy
Demand Energy, an Enel Group Company, has developed a best-in-class Distributed Energy Network Optimization System (DEN.OS) that aggregates and controls DERs, optimizing multiple value streams from energy storage and microgrids for utilities and C&I users. The company provides a turnkey solution (hardware, software, and services) that ties together modeling, design, and

HVAC Efficiency

HVAC Efficiency

Building owners and operators are adopting “smart” and non-traditional HVAC technologies that not only continue to meet occupancy comfort needs, but provide operation and efficiency benefits. They’re also seeking systems that put more control at their fingertips, industry experts say.

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