Integrated Distribution Planning: a path to sustaining growth
For years, the cumulative amount of distributed generation (DG) on the grid was akin to a drop of water in a glass. That is, a tiny drop in a big glass. But look how far we've come in the past few years. Last year the U.S. installed more than 90,000 photovoltaic installations, with a total...
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Integrated Distribution Planning: A path to sustaining growth
For years, the cumulative amount of distributed generation (DG) on the grid was akin to a drop of water in a glass. That is, a tiny drop in a big glass. But look how far...
Job Task Analyses: at the very heart of credentialing
Your auto's AC needs service. You’re going to Aruba and you want to know how to SCUBA. You’re having your home
weatherized. Did you know that all of these critical work functions have a recognized credential?
Credentials indicate a level of commitment, learning and experience. It gives the...
Norsk oversettelse av koder for bruksbeskrivelser i ECHA-veiledning
ECHA har utarbeidet en stor veiledningspakke, "Guidance on information requirements and chemical safety assessment", som gir veiledning til virksomheter som bruker kjemikalier og som skal registrere kjemikalier. Kodene for bruksbeskrivelsene i veiledning R.12 i denne veiledningspakken ("Use descriptor system/Bruksbeskrivelser") er nå oversatt til norsk.
More pressure on NZ to save rare Maui's dolphin
New Zealand is under pressure at an international scientific meeting this week to save the world's rarest dolphin. The small Maui's dolphin, found only in shallow waters off the North Island's west coast, is listed as critically endangered, with just 55 adults remaining.
What to Make of a Warming Plateau
The rise in the planet’s surface temperature has been markedly slower over the last 15 years than in the 20 years before that, a circumstance that highlights how much is still unknown about the climate system.
Cameron and Avery to Address Senate Committee
Washington, D.C. – Explorer and director James Cameron will be on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, June 11, with Dr. Susan Avery, president and director of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for a series of public events and a Senate hearing. Central to their visit is the display of the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER, the only human-occupied vehicle currently able to access the deepest parts the ocean.