Numerous companies are racing to be among the first to offer urban air mobility services for cargo and passenger transportation. The Age of the Jetsons may be sooner than you think.
Proposed changes could slow -- or halt -- the growth of residential solar
Digital twins have potential to transform the built environment and help companies and cities accurately measure carbon emissions. But an ecosystem of digital twins cannot survive without rich data and an open-source platform to share it.
Justin Gerdes from Energy Monitor shares his insights about the Leaders Summit on Climate
Engineering study increasingly remote, interdisciplinary and practical
Talking about climate with ACC's Chris Jahn
Where the renewables industry stands on DEI and how it can get better
AI and 3D printing are hot topics in the concrete industry. Efforts to expand the industry's use of those technologies start with academic research. Some of that research was showcased at the American Concrete Institute's recent virtual convention.
New Hybrid-Turf Instant Armor Mat combats erosion at natural gas facility
Tristan Grimbert talks renewable energy trends and challenges
During the American Concrete Institute's Virtual Concrete Convention, experts emphasized the importance of constructability and material selection to optimize productivity.
FERC Chairman Richard Glick talks energy policy and the Texas freeze