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So the Grid Is Safe, but Will Your Company’s Onsite Solar Be Shorted by the Eclipse?

So the Grid Is Safe, but Will Your Company’s Onsite Solar Be Shorted by the Eclipse?

The last total solar eclipse to pass over parts of the US was in 1979. Businesses have become much more reliant on solar power since then and the eclipse on August 21 could affect the 45 gigawatts of solar capacity installed throughout the country. During the eclipse, it is expected … Read more »

Engineers Say Investment in National Infrastructure is Urgent, or Else

Engineers Say Investment in National Infrastructure is Urgent, or Else

The quickest way to hurt American economic output is to deny investment to the country’s infrastructure, which delivers everyday products as well as clean water and electricity to households and businesses, says the American Society of Civil Engineers

66% of Utility Execs Call Industry ‘Operationally Innefficient’

66% of Utility Execs Call Industry ‘Operationally Innefficient’

Some 66 percent of utility executives say their industry is not operationally efficient, while virtually all say that government regulation is hampering infrastructure investment, according to the Itron Resourcefulness Index. According to 94 percent of utility executives, current regulation and lack of clarity around regulation is a top barrier to … Read more »