Shunichi Miyanaga, president and CEO of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, looks at ways to balance the priorities of energy security and lower emissions.
Smart Cities are partnering with utilities and vendors to adopt innovative solutions to provide more efficient and improved services.
Based on Terry Smith's 40-years of international banking and development, here are his thoughts, comments, and experiences concerning the "Proper" due diligence.
The nation's first bullet train project proposed from Dallas to Houston has selected global firm Bechtel as project manager.
Barry Ritholtz writes there are signs that the states and the private sector are filling the void in infrastructure left by the federal government.
Learn what it takes to design, build and finance a smart city from a veteran banker who's financing such projects around the world.
NREL is helping Hawaiian Electric Companies respond to new stability challenges associated with the rapid addition of solar power and other renewables.
Robotics and drone technology could replace visual inspections of infrastructure, providing far greater accuracy and quantitative results.
Congress’ most critical transportation issue is ensuring the viability of the Highway Trust Fund.
Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport has announced a $8.5 billion plan that includes 3 new concourses and an international terminal.
Our crumbling infrastructure can be fixed if we change how we fund capital investments and maintenance.
Some utilities are trying to use blockchain to their advantage, but others ignoring it may soon start losing business to hyper local energy suppliers.
A 30-40 year concession to design, build, maintain, and operate the railbed between Newark and Penn Station New York should be in the Gateway’s future.
Companies are racing to offer guidance to clients in the last hectic days before President Trump’s tariffs take effect on Friday.
Electric cars may be cheaper than their petroleum counterparts by 2025 if the cost of lithium-ion batteries continues to fall.
American steel factories to add 1,500 jobs since President Trump authorized tariffs on imports last Thursday, even as trade wars loom.
A 950-ton pedestrian bridge installed 5 days ago collapsed at Florida International University in Miami, crushing several vehicles and people underneath.
Sunrun CEO says rising electricity bills because of utility investment on new poles and wires will prompt more customers to opt for solar power.
The White House says President Trump will campaign to pass a $1.1 trillion infrastructure bill, as members of Congress say it will only happen with the president’s push.
The 2018 Smart Cities Readiness Challenge Grant recipients won for video analytics, community Wi-Fi, fiber-optic, and street lighting projects.
New Jersey regulators will investigate how utilities responded to back-to-back storms that cut power to hundreds of thousands of customers.
While auto companies worry about the steel and aluminum tariffs, the unions see the measure as a way to protect US workers.
Top Aide Gary Cohn is set to resign as debate over President Trump’s tariffs heats up sending ripples across markets.
Here’s what some analysts say about the potential impact on sectors as a result of President Trump’s proposed steel and aluminum tariffs.
US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao told US Senators that federal loans shouldn’t count towards the states’ share of funding a proposed tunnel connecting New Jersey with New York.
President Trump’s plan to impose 25% tariffs on steel imports and 10% tariffs on aluminum imports could affect infrastructure projects.
Here's a look at which states have done the best job on their highway systems, considering factors such as pavement condition, traffic congestion, fatality rates, and spending per mile of [...]
Col. Michael Clancy, Commander & District Engineer of the New Orleans District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, reflects on the epic hurricane and flood mitigation work the federal government [...]
Cary, a town in the suburbs of Raleigh, N.C., is quietly leading an infrastructure overhaul, embracing innovative technologies to provide cost savings and also improved services to its roughly [...]
If the world’s drivers plug in an increasingly large EV fleet right after work at peak demand times, it could undo many of the environmental benefits expected from fewer cars running on gasoline [...]
Excerpt: Los Angeles airport (LAX) is building a brand new $1.6 billion concourse which will add 12 gates to increase flexible scheduling for departure and arrival times, expand international [...]
At the White House this week, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will propose using a chunk of Australia’s $1.99 trillion pension savings pool to help funding for President Trump’s [...]
The Trump Administration’s $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan announced Monday lays out a framework for private capital to work with local and state resources to fund projects.
The needs are great for the “gleaming new roads, bridges, highways, railways, and waterways across our land” that Trump has promised.
RedWave Energy strives to become first company in the world to capture waste heat and turn it into electricity, with co-founder Jim Nelson at the helm of affairs.
President Donald Trump urged Congress to pass a $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill to help rebuild the nation's crumbling roads and bridges during his first State Of The Union address on Tuesday.
At a White House meeting Wednesday (Jan. 24) where President Donald Trump highlighted his infrastructure plan, Mesa, Ariz., Mayor John Giles...
President Trump’s first State Of The Union address next week will introduce his plans to upgrade our nation’s aging infrastructure.
New Orleans infrastructure was slammed by an unprecedented arctic blast this week as falling water pressure prompted city officials to advise residents to boil their tap water for safety.
Mayor Paul Soglin of Madison, Wis., is not a fan of publicly funded stadiums, pointing to studies which show the public doesn’t benefit from such initiatives.