Product Announcement: Honeywell Retrofit Unit Extracts 99% of Ethane from Natural Gas

Product Announcement: Honeywell Retrofit Unit Extracts 99% of Ethane from Natural Gas

Honeywell has introduced a high recovery retrofit unit to upgrade existing cryogenic units, enabling them to extract more than 99% of high-value ethane from natural gas. The retrofit technology, which will go into commercial service early this year, will help gas processors  prepare for the predicted surge in

Market Research Report: Gensets To Get Even Smarter

Market Research Report: Gensets To Get Even Smarter

Gensets are getting more smart features now that the global power equation is shifting toward distributed, intelligent, and interconnected generation, a new report from Navigant Research shows. The report, “Automated, Interactive, and Analytics-Enabled Reciprocating Generator Sets for Dispatchable Power Applications: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts,” … Read more…

Product Announcement: Flux Lithium Ion Battery Solutions for Class 1 Forklifts

Product Announcement: Flux Lithium Ion Battery Solutions for Class 1 Forklifts

Flux Power Holdings, a developer of advanced lithium batteries for industrial applications, completed development of a lithium-ion battery solution designed to power large, Class 1 forklifts. Flux’s Class 1 lithium-ion battery pack is a high-performance and cost effective alternative to lead acid for powering Class 1 lift equipment, the company says.

Verdafero Launches Utility Billing Analysis Service for C&I Customers

Verdafero Launches Utility Billing Analysis Service for C&I Customers

  Verdafero Inc., a provider of utility analytics software and energy efficiency consulting, has announced a new utility billing analysis service for their utility analytics software platform. This new capability enables Verdafero’s commercial customers to analyze their utility bills for billing errors and operational problems … Read more…

NYC Sues Oil Industry, Saying ‘Greed’ Put State at Risk; Oil Giants Say No

NYC Sues Oil Industry, Saying ‘Greed’ Put State at Risk; Oil Giants Say No

New York City is suing BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell, saying that each has contributed to global warming and has cost the city billions of dollars as it has tried to mitigate the harm done from such things as deviant weather … Read more…

Industrial Trade Associations Oppose Federal Proposal to Change PURPA

Industrial Trade Associations Oppose Federal Proposal to Change PURPA

More than a dozen large trade associations including the Industrial Energy Consumers of America, the American Forest & Paper Association, and the Iron Mining Association sent a letter opposing proposed federal legislation to change the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) of 1978. The letter … Read more…

Top 2017 Trend: IoT for Better Efficiency

Top 2017 Trend: IoT for Better Efficiency

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been one of the biggest buzzwords in energy management for 2017. Over the past year, we’ve seen new IoT energy monitoring capabilities along with new strategies to manage these systems. When connected devices to facilitate energy management services and … Read more…

California’s Largest Solar Energy Project Set for Oil Field

California’s Largest Solar Energy Project Set for Oil Field

California oil and gas producer Aera Energy and solar energy supplier GlassPoint Solar announced plans to build the state’s largest solar energy project, located at the Belridge oilfield west of Bakersfield. The companies say it will be the first of its kind in the world … Read more…

Investment Group Puts $94.22M Into Canadian C&I Energy Storage

Investment Group Puts $94.22M Into Canadian C&I Energy Storage

Commercial and industrial sector energy storage projects in Canada are set to go into high gear. The Swiss investment group SUSI Partners signed a deal for US $94.22 million (C $120 million) with Toronto-based energy storage project developer and owner NRStor Inc. The investment comes from … Read more…

Marty Sedler, Director, Global Utilities and Infrastructure, Sr. PE  – Intel Corporation

Marty Sedler, Director, Global Utilities and Infrastructure, Sr. PE – Intel Corporation

“…The generation source is very dirty coal and the back-up generation is diesel. The reliability is poor and the environmental impact is severe, while the electricity grid rates are fairly high. We identified a solution using on-site fuel cells that would make incredible improvement in all deficient areas. Although there was no presence of

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