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How Columbus, Ohio, became such a smart “smart city”

How Columbus, Ohio, became such a smart “smart city

Autonomous vehicles require acceptance to save lives

Autonomous vehicles require acceptance to save lives, boost efficiencies

Can the US get the strategy right for high-speed rail?

The US has an opportunity to transform public transit through high-speed rail. But public transit leaders warn that won't happen unless the funding strategy avoids mistakes of the past.

How to Grow the Green Mortgage Market

The housing finance system could be tweaked to make homes energy efficient and deploy more renewables

Q&A: How a WiFi alternative can benefit construction

Traditional WiFi comes with a wide range of challenges for large construction sites. Citizens Broadband Radio Service presents a new wireless connectivity option for construction operations

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How emerging payment channels will transform highway tolling

How the electrical tool sector is providing exciting career opportunities
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How the electrical tool sector is providing exciting career opportunities

REBA's Ballentine talks corporate renewable energy procurement trends

Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance CEO Miranda Ballentine outlines the continued growth of corporate clean energy procurement

Talking RECs with Steve McComb from IncubEx

What role will Renewable Energy Certificates continue to play in the energy transition?

V&E's Peloso discusses changes ahead for ESG reporting

Changes ahead for ESG disclosure rules and best practices

Geothermal heat: Warmth as steady as a rock

Ground source heat pumps a good choice for green buildings

Within 3 years, you could take an air taxi to your meeting

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.

Cloudy forecast for residential solar market?

Proposed changes could slow -- or halt -- the growth of residential solar

Strong data ecosystem key to unlocking potential of digital twins

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.