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Three Keys To Selecting A Smart Tech Energy Auditor

Every American business is now caught up in a global technology revolution. What business owner or CEO cannot name specific technologies that are reshaping how they sell a customer or save money? This same tech revolution is hitting your business’ … Continue reading

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How Smart Factories Will Drive Manufacturing Job Growth

The global supply chain has taken a lot of political hits for shuttering U.S. factories and job loss. The assumption is that the global supply chain is advantaged by unfair trade deals. What has been lost in the political rhetoric … Continue reading

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Rural American and the Green Economic Revolution

This election has put a spotlight on rural voters. Exit polls have pointed to job loss and job erosion as being a driver behind their vote for change. The issue is can campaign promises of renegotiated trade deals and reduced … Continue reading

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Global Mega-Cities Driving Sustainability, AI and IoT

At a recent Further With Ford event their futurist, Sheryl Connelly, talked about the growth of our world’s mega-cities. She used Beijing China as an example. Beijing has 20 million people living in its metropolitan area. A typical driving commute … Continue reading

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How Ford Focus RS Smart Technology Impacts Sustainability

Nothing better explains how smart tech will reshape our lives than the Ford Focus RS. This is a four cylinder car. But it is excitingly fast and outrageously fun to drive. It is also the safest car I have ever … Continue reading

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Four Drivers Propelling Clean Tech’s Growth

PG&E is one of our nation’s largest electric utilities. It has recently proposed retiring its nuclear power plant that began commercial operations in 1985. PG&E’s stated reasons is that this plant “no longer fits the needed generation profile of the … Continue reading

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Utilities Fighting Lower Electric Bill Zombie Apocalypse

Has this summer’s heat waves got you worrying about a high electric bill? Your electric utility is worried too. But in a different way. Increasingly, clean technologies like solar, batteries and smart appliances are costing less due to global growth … Continue reading

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