INNOVATION

Intelligent Lighting Cuts Energy Costs for Businesses

As a new journalist in the microgrid space, I can make few claims regarding the chemistry of solid-state batteries or the response rates of high-speed grid controllers.

A Diverse Future for Microgrid Tech

As a new journalist in the microgrid space, I can make few claims regarding the chemistry of solid-state batteries or the response rates of high-speed grid controllers.

Locally Grown: How “The Farmstand” Enables Agriculture in Urban Environments

In the 1980’s and 1990’s, popular science fiction adopted a grim, neon aesthetic epitomized by movies like Bladerunner and Total Recall. The pillars of cyberpunk—sky highways, rain streaking from taxi-cab windows, and massive holographic advertisements—reflected one idea of the future city.

END-USERS

How Milk Delivery Is Making A Comeback

It’s not often that an old tradition returns. Those “hipsters” who don handlebar mustaches and suspenders in attempts to bring back a bygone era have their efforts limited by a modern perspective and, as a result, come off as disingenuous.

Why Does a Microgrid Cost What It Costs?

The second week of Microgrid Knowledge’s annual Microgrid Conference held a seminar on the factors that bulk up the price of microgrid interventions, specifically “development and permitting delays, state regulations and utility rules, generation choices, location, [and] market rules.

Meet the Plastic Alternative Poised to Save the Oceans

Here’s a riddle: What looks like plastic, acts like plastic, and is found in fish? If your answer was plastic, a few years ago you’d be right. Now, thanks to Lucy Hughes and her team, there is a new answer, MarinaTex. 

EVENTS

Why Does a Microgrid Cost What It Costs?

The second week of Microgrid Knowledge’s annual Microgrid Conference held a seminar on the factors that bulk up the price of microgrid interventions, specifically “development and permitting delays, state regulations and utility rules, generation choices, location, [and] market rules.

Meet the Plastic Alternative Poised to Save the Oceans

Here’s a riddle: What looks like plastic, acts like plastic, and is found in fish? If your answer was plastic, a few years ago you’d be right. Now, thanks to Lucy Hughes and her team, there is a new answer, MarinaTex. 

Speaking For the Trees: Business Collaboration and Sustainable Forestry

Deforestation has been a hot-button sustainability issue for as long as I can remember, and despite all the progress made on this front, there is still a long way to go in terms of environmentally (and socially) responsibly sourced paper products.

ENERGY

Intelligent Lighting Cuts Energy Costs for Businesses

As a new journalist in the microgrid space, I can make few claims regarding the chemistry of solid-state batteries or the response rates of high-speed grid controllers.

WASTE

Recycled plastic bricks stronger than concrete by a Kenyan company

Nzambi Matee, founder of Gjenge Makers in Nairobi, Kenya, has discovered a way to give a second life to plastic waste.

WATER

WINT Water Intelligence can Help Hotels and Restaurants Save Water

The company WINT incorporates artificial intelligence technology that detects leaks and water waste. The system continuously learns and

GWA CORNER

Top Asset Manager BlackRock CEO

CEO Laurence ‘Larry’ Fink of BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset management company, wrote to CEOs on January 14, stating that the socioeconomic effects of physical climate risk c

TRANSPORTATION

Everything you need to know about insuring an electric vehicle

Robert Anderson invented the first electric car in 1832, but only in recent decades have electric cars become major contenders in the automobile industry.

Kia Wants to Replace Public Transportation With Micro-EV’s

Kia Motors is considering the future of public transportation by pushing for micro electric vehicles.

New Research Finds Hydrogen on Demand One Step Closer

Scientists have developed a way to produce Hydrogen power on demand. Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences…

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Climate Change

Intelligent Lighting Cuts Energy Costs for Businesses

As a new journalist in the microgrid space, I can make few claims regarding the chemistry of solid-state batteries or the response rates of high-speed grid controllers.

A Diverse Future for Microgrid Tech

As a new journalist in the microgrid space, I can make few claims regarding the chemistry of solid-state batteries or the response rates of high-speed grid controllers.

Locally Grown: How “The Farmstand” Enables Agriculture in Urban Environments

In the 1980’s and 1990’s, popular science fiction adopted a grim, neon aesthetic epitomized by movies like Bladerunner and Total Recall. The pillars of cyberpunk—sky highways, rain streaking from taxi-cab windows, and massive holographic advertisements—reflected one idea of the future city.

CleanGreen 3D: Printers and Sustainable Printing Solutions

On Thursday, June 3rd, 2021, as Microgrid Knowledge’s annual conference came to an end, the renewable energy news site held their final session of the month-long event. The seminar “How Microgrids Will Change the Way We Make, Deliver, and Use Energy ” was led by Steve Pullins, Chief Technology officer at Alphastruxure. He used the opportunity to prompt expert panelists on what the future of microgrid technology and system configuration will look like. 

How Microgrids Will Change the Way We Make, Deliver, and Use Energy

On Thursday, June 3rd, 2021, as Microgrid Knowledge’s annual conference came to an end, the renewable energy news site held their final session of the month-long event. The seminar “How Microgrids Will Change the Way We Make, Deliver, and Use Energy ” was led by Steve Pullins, Chief Technology officer at Alphastruxure. He used the opportunity to prompt expert panelists on what the future of microgrid technology and system configuration will look like. 

How Milk Delivery Is Making A Comeback

It’s not often that an old tradition returns. Those “hipsters” who don handlebar mustaches and suspenders in attempts to bring back a bygone era have their efforts limited by a modern perspective and, as a result, come off as disingenuous.

Why Does a Microgrid Cost What It Costs?

The second week of Microgrid Knowledge’s annual Microgrid Conference held a seminar on the factors that bulk up the price of microgrid interventions, specifically “development and permitting delays, state regulations and utility rules, generation choices, location, [and] market rules.

Meet the Plastic Alternative Poised to Save the Oceans

Here’s a riddle: What looks like plastic, acts like plastic, and is found in fish? If your answer was plastic, a few years ago you’d be right. Now, thanks to Lucy Hughes and her team, there is a new answer, MarinaTex. 

Speaking For the Trees: Business Collaboration and Sustainable Forestry

Deforestation has been a hot-button sustainability issue for as long as I can remember, and despite all the progress made on this front, there is still a long way to go in terms of environmentally (and socially) responsibly sourced paper products.