We all know it is coming, the push to limit and eliminate hydrocarbons from fuels and from fuel burning vehicles especially. Driven largely by an ambitious climate agenda, state mandates, and aggressive net-zero targets, fleet operators across the U.S. are actively decarbonizing their operations.
From natural disasters to the COVID-19 pandemic, buildings and infrastructure need to be resilient to withstand whatever may come. This is where technology can help.
Governments and agencies around the world have formulated approaches to sustainability and environmental mitigation to address climate change and other potential economic and health issues.
Energy is all around us, but not always managed properly. In physics, energy is the capacity for doing work and can be classified as potential, kinetic, thermal, electrical, chemical, nuclear, mechanical, and various other forms.
Water is essential to life. We depend on it for our survival. The basic need has shaped how human societies have advanced over time.
While fossil resources are in ever scarcer supply, demand for energy is growing – throughout the world. So how can we manage energy responsibly? And how can we develop renewable energy sources?