Tag Archives: Energy

Jack Eisenhauer
D+ for the Energy Infrastructure?
Jack EisenhauerMarch 28, 2013

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently gave America its report card on infrastructure, and the results are not pretty. America’s overall GPA is a D+, and the energy infrastructure also gets a D+. These results capture headlines and help to highlight the severe underinvestment in national infrastructure. But

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Nexight Group

Over the past summer, the United States experienced its most extensive drought since 1956, with more than 50% of the country experiencing moderate or worse conditions. Repercussions have involved damaged crops, drinking water shortages, and fish kills, among others. The continued threat of droughts like this one has sounded the

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Nexight Group received two awards for technical communication pieces that were submitted to the Society for Technical Communication (STC) 2012 International Summit Awards Competition. The STC evaluates submissions for factors such as organization, the scope of the content, document design, clarity, tone, and ability to effectively communicate to the intended

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In February, Nexight Group completed a report for the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) that analyzed data collected from their Propane Farm Equipment Efficiency Demonstration (FEED) program. The Propane FEED program tests the performance of new propane-fueled equipment in real-world agricultural settings. Agricultural producers who enroll in the program

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In October, the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) launched the Propane Exceptional Product program, a new program that offers financial incentives to construction professionals, homeowners, and businesses who purchase and use selected new propane-fueled products. The program is designed to gather real-world performance data on the propane industry’s latest

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States and cities are confronting new energy risks that are challenging their ability to respond to and recover from energy emergencies. The changing threat landscape is driving officials to update their state and local energy assurance plans to respond to emerging threats such as cyber attacks, solar storms, terrorist attacks,

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In June, the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) launched Propane Challenge, a new program that uses open innovation to attract creative thinking and concepts to the propane industry. This program is designed to encourage talented researchers and manufacturers both within and beyond the propane industry to think of new

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Leading U.S. executives, investors, and entrepreneurs in the private and public sector met at Nationals Stadium in Washington, D.C. on May 3–4 for the first of three global Creating Climate Wealth Summits, where they identified pathways to accelerate green solutions that can create economic growth and make gigaton-scale carbon reductions.

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In pursuing its mission to ensure the availability of ultraclean near-zero emission, abundant, and low-cost domestic energy from coal, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Clean Coal (OCC) conducts a series of independent Peer Reviews, led by the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), for each of its Strategic

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On April 5, Ross Brindle, Executive Vice President at Nexight, led a full-day training course on energy technology roadmapping as part of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Energy Training Week. Held at IEA’s headquarters in Paris, Energy Training Week offered five days of free intensive training to government officials and

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