By any measure, the shift to clean energy has been remarkable. The rapid expansion of energy generated by wind and solar means that 20% of the U.S. electric grid is now powered by renewables, with some electric grid segments approaching 40%.
As the shift to decarbonize electricity accelerates, more alternatives in accessing […]
John Elfreth Watkins wrote an article in 1900 for The Ladies’ Home Journal entitled, “What may happen in the next hundred years.” The son of a civil engineer and train enthusiast, Watkins, Jr. likely inherited his appreciation of networks and their import into the future. Formed by family and imagination, Watkins presciently predicted […]
Reducing expenses through solar and other renewable energy sources is growing among affordable and conventional multifamily housing operators.
Solar energy and other renewables now make up nearly 20 percent of net domestic electrical generation in the U.S., according to Renewable Energy World. Favorable policies, programs, green contracts and incentives are affording apartment operators greater opportunities […]