February Issue 2008

 

It's hard to imagine what Newark, NJ, looked like in the 1960s, when race riots and police brutalit

In the quest for competitiveness in mainstream energy markets, higher costs continue to be a challen


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February 2008
If there is any major US city that is as knee-deep in history as it is in fairly regular hurricane-driven flood waters, it would have to be New Orleans, which makes it the log READ MORE
February 2008
Generating renewable power is only part of the equation; once electricity is captured from green sources, such as solar, wind and biomass, it has to be transmitted. READ MORE
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February 2008
According to Computerworld, a group of cyclists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) powered a supercomputer for nearly 20 minutes by pedaling, marking the lar READ MORE
February 2008
For the last century, electricians have supplied the superhighway over which electrical apparatuses in homes, retail stores, commercial and industrial facilities, and governm READ MORE
February 2008
It's a locale not necessarily regarded for being friendly to the environment. Then again, it’s also a place known as a pioneer for change. READ MORE

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