The first global, open-specification for energy-harvesting wireless sensors was announced by the EnOcean Alliance at Greenbuild 2009. » more
The weak economy has eroded employment even among highly trained professionals. » more
National Assn. of Business Economics panelists believe the end of net employment losses is near. » more
President Obama will encourage students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math. » more
This "Cut the Copper" blog examines how the medium-voltage (MV) vacuum circuit breaker came into surface and its benefits over air-magnetic breakers. » more
M&A activity slows in Q1 of 2012: Industry consolidation slowed markedly in the first quarter of the year, both domestically and globally.
ASHRAE’s 2011 Student Design Competition winners include students from the United States and China. » more
To operate properly, hospitals need smart engineering, from the HVAC systems to the fire/life safety and electrical equipment. Here, some expert engineers offer advice on smart hospital engineering. » more
Webcast: Creating, Understanding Energy Management in the Data Center. Register for this Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, event to understand the importance of energy management in the data center.
The Dept. of Energy is planning to invest the money in Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) technologies to reduce costs and make future investments more viable. » more