Posts tagged “Green Energy”
A series of fires in Philadelphia area has led to a suspension of Sensu smartmeter installations, but the Raleigh firm denies it is to blame and isn't issuing a recall.
Tech Venture 2012: The firm's CEO says his company "helps clients in regulated or training-intensive industries to: manage their critical information; train their employees and partners; and efficiently provide evidence of compliance to internal and external inspectors. "
Tech Venture 2012: Little League Baseball, the Amateur Softball Association, USA Diving and other large sports organizations already utilize the Cary firm's "ChalkTalk Telestrator."
Tech Venture 2012: Closed Loop Healthcare Systems wants to utilize social media to improve people's health by managing, reversing and preventing obesity-related diseases.
Anti-ethanol: Record-high corn prices should be sending a clear message to policy makers in Washington: Requiring people to put corn-based fuel in their gas tanks is a bad idea.
Pro ethanol: The head of operations for Novozymes in North America criticizes N.C. Gov. Bev Perdue for seeking a waiver of ethanol requirement from the EPA.
Tech Venture 2012: The startup provides technology and services to help manufacturers not only increase cash flow by reducing energy and waste costs while at the same time helping the environment.
The Wake Forest-based power technology firm reports a 26-percent jump in revenues, a profitable quarter and a growing backlog of business.
Dr. Vikram Rao, the executive director of the Research Triangle Energy Consortium, examines the debate about the benefits and risks of producing shale gas.
Cherokee Investment Partners launches its Cherokee Challenge accelerator with a Carborro and two Raleigh companies that are foucsed on environmentally friendly business. The accelerator is the latest such effort being launched in the Triangle.
The technology website GigaOm cites 10 reasons why (including cheap power from coal) as part of an in-depth, four-part series of stories.
ABB Ltd., the world's largest maker of power transformers, sees Hewlett-Packard Co. and International Business Machines Corp. as new competitors jostling for orders to protect factories from cyber attacks.