The U.K. Institution of Mechanical Engineers recently concluded that one of the most promising technologies for improving the cold chain of developing countries was cryogenics using liquid nitrogen or "liquid air." Liquid air is attractive as it offers the dual benefit...
Times are changing, and so is the typical workplace and work schedule. The age of working nine to five has dissipated as more employees work remotely and require more flexible work hours to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Flex work is one of many major changes that...
Why would the ability of machines talking to machines benefit cities? Well if the machines are talking about how to better use resources such as electricity and water, then it's a conversation that city administrators want to hear.
After operating the first biomass boiler in the Ketchikan Federal Building, the U.S. General Services Administration has concluded that biomass boilers are a viable alternative for hot-water-heated buildings where natural gas is...
Amidst the constant debate about workplace design and the merits of cubicles and open-office layouts, it's imperative we don't lose sight of the fact that there are proven strategies to help organizations create workplaces that both...
With the utilities price index expected to grow an annualized 2 percent through 2017, businesses will increasingly be looking for ways to cut costs, including through sustainable energy practices. Pinpointing effective solutions for reducing energy use is challenging, though,...
In the United States, access to third-party financing has been a main driver in bringing solar projects of all sizes across the finish line. Over the past couple of years, commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy projects have been making strong headway in the United States,...
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