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Program Manager, Supplier Diversity & Development, Southern California Edison
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Nuclear Decommissioning Market Analysis – Global Opportunities, Revenue, Demand and Geographical Forecast To 2025 – Eastlake TimesDifficult to keep up with the trends in renewable energy - one day nuclear power plants are part of the climate change action plan and, the next day, the demise of the nuclear power plants has created an entirely new industry.
To achieve that visibility, or situational awareness, a utility has to know the location of dispatched employees, not just the assigned crews, but also non-traditional employees (e.g., damage assessors) and external resources such as mutual-aid crews. What an important point, especially if those non-assigned crews are a bit unexpected because of changing circumstances! How long of...
Good question and one that doesn’t have a standard answer. There are solutions in the market that can adjust real-time while others require phone calls or emails. The real-time updates occur when the resources, no matter the type (traditional or non-traditional) are being tracked via GPS systems that provide driving directions as well as ETA. In these systems as soon as the crew is...
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Enphase Energy Deploys Online Training for Ensemble Technology and Expands Partnership with ImagineSolar to Strengthen Hands-on Training
Energy Department Announces Up to $22 Million for Marine Energy Foundational R&D and Testing Infrastructure Upgrades
Marine (Ocean or Blue) energy is an untapped frontier for renewables. It is gratifiying to see the DOE putting a significant amount of money into R & D. Unlike wind turbines, no underwater design seems to have emerged as the frontrunner. I hope that this seed funding will encourage new concepts and serious sea testing of designs.