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When it comes to upgrading the U.S.’s power infrastructure, electric utilities will play an important role, but some key elements of the emerging smart grid will move ahead with or without them. That was the consensus among experts speaking yesterday at a roundtable discussion in Palo […] Read more »

Information technology has brought benefits to industries as diverse as finance and food processing — now it’s coming to your local water utility. Tech-giant IBM on Monday will launch a water management system for utilities that it says will bring much-needed intelligence to the treatment and […] Read more »

The U.S. Senate is starting to look harder at the nexus between energy and water. Tomorrow, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will hold a hearing on a bill introduced last week that would direct the Department of Energy to develop a roadmap for addressing […] Read more »

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Talk about getting kicked while you’re down. Already, the biodiesel industry has seen its margins squeezed since petroleum prices plummeted last fall. Now, the news coming out of Brussels earlier this week is that the European Union plans to slap punitive tariffs on imports of U.S. […] Read more »

The construction industry may be global, but standards for green buildings are not. That’s starting to change, however, as this week green building councils in Australia, the UK and the U.S. signed an agreement to develop common metrics for measuring carbon emissions from new homes and […] Read more »

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