Energy Incubators Sizzle

With upwards of $50 billion of investments needed to upgrade our electric grid – innovators are flocking to energy incubators.

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On an Electric Scooter? Beware the Moat

Regulation is the widest, deepest moat in the electric bike and electric scooter landscape, says columnist Nathaniel Bullard.

Getting Infrastructure Done

From a new, futuristic bus terminal to modular nuclear reactors, these projects are redefining infrastructure and the way multi-billion dollar projects get done.

Santa Clara Chalks EV Plans

California regulators have awarded a grant to Siemens Digital Grid and the City of Santa Clara to develop a plan for the city to become EV ready.

The Rechargeable Revolution

Energy storage coupled with renewables will help kick-start the ‘rechargeable’ revolution, but risks and supply chain constraints must be addressed.

Advancing the Electrical Grid: The Event

Current challenges with our power grid – and the path forward for our electric infrastructure – will be explored at a half-day conference in Washington, June 28.

Fixing America’s Broken Infrastructure

From a new, futuristic bus terminal to modular nuclear reactors, these projects are redefining infrastructure and the way multi-billion dollar projects get done.

Tariffs – Infrastructure Speed Bump?

Excerpt: Florida, Ohio, Texas and Utah – accounting for 1/3 US aluminum and steel imports – which have extensive public projects will be most impacted.

Lighting Up LA’s Streets, the Smart Way

Los Angeles Bureau is installing smart city lighting that could help assess air quality, evaluate traffic flows and also be custom fitted for CCTV systems.

Expanding Microgrid Research at NREL

NREL has purchased a Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) microgrid controller which will enable new research capabilities into microgrid systems.

The 10 Best State Highway Systems

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 [...]

Waterproofing New Orleans

More than a decade of federal government efforts to harden New Orleans against flooding is nearing completion, with much accomplished from a massive undertaking.

LAX: Building Concourse of the Future

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 [...]

Hard Freeze Disrupts Big Easy

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.

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