Posts Categorized: Infrastructure
Emissions Optimized Charging for EVs (Part 1): Should “What” Matter More Than “When”?
by Susan Buchan
Are we on the verge of an EV “tipping point” similar to other technological advances that found rapid acceptance and integration into the marketplace? Projections show the rise of electric vehicle adoption in the US is positioned to continue and increase. Historical data show refrigerators, clothes dryers, color TV, personal computers, and smartphones all rose from early-adopter status to widespread diffusion and ownership in about ten years.* Read More
EVs Can Lead the Charge for Responsible Batteries
by Rachel Ehrman
When I walk in my neighborhood, I’m starting to notice electric vehicles (EVs) parked on the street and driving through town. When I turn on the television, car companies are starting to run ads for their EV models. It’s clear EVs are on the rise, and there’s no sign that their growth is slowing down anytime soon. Read More
Industrial Symbiosis: Taking Resource Efficiency to the Next Level
by Susan Buchan
You may remember the term symbiosis from eighth grade biology. It’s the concept of organisms sharing materials, energy, even their bodies – with other organisms for the benefit of both species. The idea of applying symbiosis to industrial producers was pioneered in Denmark almost 50 years ago in 1972, and came to fruition in 2015 with the establishment of the Kalundborg Symbiosis Industrial Park.
- Emissions Optimized Charging for EVs (Part 1): Should “What” Matter More Than “When”?
- TRCs and Sugar Cookies – a Holiday Review of Cost-effectiveness Testing Practices
- Smarter Energy Savings: Technology’s Expert Voices
- Veterans Show Leadership in Energy Efficiency Employment
- Three Reasons the Secret’s Out about EE Jobs