Five Key Facts Ex-Im Bank Critics Don’t Seem To Know (From Forbes) There's nothing wrong with American exceptionalism, as long as it doesn't become an excuse for ignorance.  In the case of the ideological crusade to destroy the Export-Import Bank, though, it has.  Virtually everything critics say about the bank on clo ...
What Can Be Learned from the Northeast’s Use of Microgrids As energy decisionmakers pursue strategies to bolster the resilience of the electric grid and to integrate renewable energy sources, an increasing number are turning to microgrids. Microgrids are small-scale electricity generation and distribution systems with control capability, that are capable of operating autonomously and even disconnect from the main grid. More sophisticated microgrids are capable of integrating different energy sources, and providing power sufficient to support industrial operations or university campuses.
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