January 12, 2022
  • January 12, 2022

Puget Sound power companies don’t expect heat wave problems

by on June 25, 2021 0

(Puget Sound Energy via Twitter) Entering a record-breaking heat wave this weekend, local utility companies aren’t predicting heat-related electricity issues like blackouts or brownouts. These power outages can occur during episodes of extreme heat, when a power system is overwhelmed by air conditioner use, and when transmission lines collapse when overheated. While Washington has...

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Thermal actuator and MEMS sensor improvements

by on June 25, 2021 0

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are exploring efficient alternative materials for use in thermal actuators and sensors in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) Credit: Carnegie Mellon University De Boer Institute Cell phone accelerometers, laptop microprocessors, and drone balancing gyroscopes each rely on microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS for short. Within these small systems are smaller devices that...

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Global Insulated Trees Market Status, Major Key Players, Growth Opportunities, and Future Forecast 2021-2027 – KSU

by on June 25, 2021 0

Contemporary cover of the latest report Global Lone Trees Market Research Report 2021-2027 published by Market research location presents a top-down view and essential review of the market, analyzing each section along with their sub-fragments present in the market in a comprehensive way. The report documentation is a carefully researched logical overview of the...

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US Secretary of Energy Granholm and Canadian Minister of Natural Resources O’Regan Launch Cooperation Agreement on Clean Energy, Innovation and Energy Justice

by on June 24, 2021 0

WASHINGTON DC – US Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm and Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Seamus O’Regan today held a bilateral meeting to launch a new updated and revised Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that reinvigorates and extends energy cooperation between their ministries, accelerates the clean-up energy transition to net zero emissions by 2050,...

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Renewable energy? For some, the answer may not be in the wind. | (ACOEL) | American College of Environmental Lawyers

by on June 23, 2021 0

The Biden administration is committed to significantly expanding the development of renewable energy. These projects, particularly solar and wind power, are well received by many. They have the potential to generate significant amounts of energy with a minimal carbon footprint. Wind power generation involves little or no use of water, little or no chemicals,...

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BCA Industries offers customizable shredders

by on June 23, 2021 0

At a time when reducing carbon emissions is a global priority, neither shipping companies nor politicians should be in a hurry to interrupt the long-standing global supply chain of recovered fiber. That was the message from former President of the International Recycling Bureau (BIR), Ranjit Baxi, at the International Recycling Week online event on...

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