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Michigan DOT, Electreon to explore larger deployment of public wireless EV charging road

September 23, 2022

On Wednesday, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Electreon announced they had entered into a five-year agreement to develop and implement a scalable, wireless, public in-road EV charging network. A first in the United States, the in-road system would […]


The Waste Crisis: Roadmap for Sustainable Waste Management in Developing Countries

September 14, 2022

In The Waste Crisis: Roadmap for Sustainable Waste Management in Developing Countries, an accomplished team of sustainability researchers deliver a concise insight into modern waste management practices that acts as a handbook for waste management professionals. The lead author Sahadat […]


What Can be Done With Coal Ash Waste?

September 8, 2022

The disposal of coal ash is a challenge due to the heavy metals inside of the material that is leached out by water and can contaminate groundwater. Due to this, the EPA has implemented strict disposal procedures to divert ash […]


Basic Services, Civil Service

GSA to study demographic equity in remote identity tech

September 26, 2022

Via: FCW

The agency plans to test the accuracy of tools like facial recognition software across different demographic groups. Read More on FCW


Electric Utility, Public Utilities

Entergy to triple Louisiana’s renewable capacity with solar additions

September 23, 2022

Via: Power Engineering International

Entergy received approval from the Louisiana Public Service Commission to add 475 MW of solar, nearly tripling the company’s total renewable generating capacity in the state. Under newly approved contracts, the utility will receive power from four solar farms across […]


Other Utilities, Public Utilities

California needs to move on from net metering, advocates, industry and utility leaders say

September 22, 2022

Via: Utility Dive

Participants in an RE+ panel on ratemaking trends generally agreed that the time for net metering policies has passed in many states. But finding consensus around what should come next could prove challenging. “Here in California, we are in a […]


Public Utilities, Waste Management

Proposed Renewable Natural Gas Plant Washtenaw County Landfill

September 22, 2022

Via: Waste360

A new biogas converter is being proposed for the Washtenaw County landfill. The proposed plant would be the largest of its kind in the country if approved. Developing a converter would also serve as a step in the right direction […]


Public Utilities, Waste Management

How are Petrochemical Companies Doing in Shifting From Virgin Plastic?

September 22, 2022

Via: Waste360

The shale gas boom has made virgin plastic, a waste byproduct of oil and gas production, cheap and abundant. Global plastic production could increase by one-third in the next few years if the ongoing trend continues, threatening to undermine efforts […]


Public Utilities, Waste Management

GM and Lithion Announce Partnership Agreement for Circular EV Batteries

September 22, 2022

Via: Waste360

Lithion Recycling Inc. (“Lithion”) and General Motors Co. ( NYSE: GM) today announced that GM Ventures, the automaker’s investment arm, has made a strategic investment in Lithion’s Series A financing round, supporting a new GM-Lithion strategic partnership agreement to pursue […]


Other Utilities, Public Utilities

Federal cyber mandates for water infrastructure are too costly to implement, experts tell Hill panel

September 22, 2022

Via: FCW

Fortifying the cybersecurity protocols and technology surrounding water systems was raised as a priority infrastructure investment during a Congressional hearing on Wednesday, with lawmakers and experts characterizing recent hacking instances as major threats to public safety. Witnesses underscored the challenges […]