Tag: energy efficiency

ARTICLE: “Impact of Distributed Energy Resources on HR and Recruiting”

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ARTICLE: “Impact of Distributed Energy Resources on HR and Recruiting”

Distributed Energy Resources, or DER, are renewable power sources and storage: wind turbines, solar panels, and batteries. These innovations are in demand today, and often subsidized by the government because of their limited environmental impact compared to fossil fuels. But with this new frontier of power comes a wave of new complexities to tackle, and […]

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The past, present, and future of power

Filed in Free eBooks, Power Systems by on June 8, 2016 0 Comments
The past, present, and future of power

Conservation. Efficiency. Renewable energy. When you think about power, these buzzwords undoubtedly come to mind. People today are more conscious than ever of the resources they use on a daily basis. We drive cars with better mileage and buy appliances that use less water and electricity. We shut off lights when we leave the room […]

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