February 2013: Current Technology

 

A mature technology that has successfully supported a broad range of indoor and outdoor lighting...

A transformation is in the air as better built, greener schools become a focus of...

The electrical contractor (EC) is usually one of the first contractors to mobilize on a...

In the lighting field, one often hears the gospel of lighting quality. We are told...

In the late 1800s, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse faced off in what has been...

The center for Sustainable Landscapes at pittsburgh’s Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens strives to generate...

Safety professionals often discuss the concept of a safety culture but, surprisingly, have been hard-pressed...

While many of us rang in the new year with a champagne toast, Washington lawmakers...


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| February 2013
Conversations about renewable energy often come down to a comparison—solar versus wind, for example, or hydroelectric versus geothermal—as though one technology, alone, could

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| February 2013
In the late 1800s, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse faced off in what has been called the “War of the Currents,” with Edison trumpeting direct current (DC) for its effici

| February 2013
Experienced fiber techs often harp on cleanliness. They know dirt causes many problems with fiber during installation, testing and operation.

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| February 2013
A transformation is in the air as better built, greener schools become a focus of states and local communities.

| February 2013
It makes sense that, as each form of digital technology goes wireless, the process of charging up all those devices would eventually go wireless, too.

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