Block ip Trap
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15 Jul, 2024
Capturing the Potential Power of eFuels

In ongoing discussions around net zero, heavy-emitting sectors have taken center stage, primarily due to their reliance on fossil fuels. Hard-to-abate industries account for about 30 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, so their...

Levi Quinn

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15 Jul, 2024
Power in the Wrong Hands: The rising threat to renewables

Cyberattackers love renewables. This is because they meet many of the key characteristics that make them prime targets. First, renewables pioneer and employ new technology. Threat actors feed off new technology because it allows them to target...

Ian Bramson

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26 Jun, 2024
Why We’re Not Even Close to Reaching Net-Zero ... and what we can do about it

Much of the world was represented at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris in 2015. A total of 196 Parties signed onto a commitment for emissions of carbon dioxide to be reduced by 45 percent by 2030, and reach net zero by 2050 to keep...

Frank Frey, PE

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21 May, 2024
Future-Proofing Clean Energy Operations: Scaling sustainably through software

Clean energy growth continues to outpace projections. By early 2025, renewable energy sources are projected to...

Will Troppe

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15 May, 2024
Running Hot and Cold: Hydrogen fuel cells pass the test

As industrial operations look for opportunities to decrease their carbon emissions, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and battery-electric vehicles have emerged as potential solutions. These power options generate 

Carly Demanett

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15 May, 2024
Protecting the Renewable Grid Against Extreme Weather

In the last five years, North America has experienced a significant increase in severe weather events that have impacted power grids. In Canada, Alberta's electric system operator issued 17 provincial grid alerts since 2021, due to extreme weather...

Loggan Purpura

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15 Jan, 2024
Mind Your Intellectual Property: Strategies for renewable energy leadership

Now more than ever, it would be difficult to overstate the importance of the renewable energy industry. Indeed, it seems that few other industries depend as heavily on constant and rapid innovation. This industry, however, is somewhat unique in its...

Doug Meier

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15 Nov, 2023
The Future of Houses is Passive

University of Toronto’s latest student residence welcomes the future of living with spaces that are warmed by laptops and shower water.  In September 2023, one of North America’s largest residential passive homes, Harmony Commons,...

Justin Biordi

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15 Nov, 2023
Demand Response Program Management: Outsourcing vs. in-house

For decades, demand response (DR) has proven a tried-and-true conservation tactic to mitigate energy usage during peak demand hours. Historically, those peak demand hours were relatively predictable, with increases in demand paralleling commuter and...

Syd Bishop

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15 Nov, 2023
Can Residential Customers Help Boost Energy Reliability?

On Christmas Eve 2022, a powerful winter storm in the United States delivered what were, in some places, the coldest temperatures in 40 years — in others, it was the coldest ever recorded. In the Midwest and North Atlantic, the footprint of the...

Dan Forman