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A new initiative has been launched to work with after school programmes to increase diversity and equity in STEM in the US.
Technology is an ever progressing beast and the possibilities and benefits are endless. Some of the most significant technology trends will have a massive impact on the utility sector. Join this half-day workshop to learn more on the latest utility technologies
Renewable energy giant Siemens Gamesa has launched a social campaign to allow its teams to help in the global fightback against the pandemic.
As part of EIT InnoEnergy’s Earth Day celebrations, the organisation has announced a new module within Minecraft to teach school-age players stuck at home during the COVID19 lockdown about renewable energy, free of charge.
We've put together the leading industry intelligence, insights and thought leadership content from DistribuTECH 2020, to bring you the best and latest in the US power industry, and the big predictions for the year and decade ahead.
Patty Durand, President & CEO at Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative chats to Clarion Energy at this year's DISTRIBUTECH 2020 about the latest research from the SECC - particularly distributed energy resources, alternative rates and the state of the consumer.
GARP has launched a new certificate in sustainability and climate risk.
The third edition of the flagship training initiative will host its African residential module in South Africa, in partnership with the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town.
The Dayton Power and Light Company and Vectren Energy Delivery are offering three scholarships to high school seniors
The race to become the world’s first smart city has become more exciting with recent and wider applications of disruptive technologies. The building blocks for smart cities will be showcased at the Future Cities Show...