The Best and the Brightest of the US Army Corps of Engineers

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 [...]

Utilities Face Fire, Climate Risks

Utilities and others in the energy sector are exploring waits to address potential huge liabilities caused by massive fires tied to climate change.

Smart Tech is driving this North Carolina Town’s Infrastructure

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 [...]

Why Charging Your Electric Car at Night Could Save the World

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 [...]

Trump Public-Works Plan Gets Nudge From $2 Trillion Pension Pool

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 [...]

Transmission Soars

As America ponders its long-neglected infrastructure, the electric utility sector is hard at work expanding and updating our transmission grid.

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