Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) or Who Owns Your Energy?
Once upon a time, the human race owned its primary energy source: fire. But by the time ships full of sailors went off to slay whales for their blubber so that the oil it provided could be used from everything from lanterns to cooking, the age of Energy-as-a-Commodity had begun.
Drawing Attention to Detention
A recent survey found at http://www.dat.com/resources/white-papers/detention-survey-carriers revealed that about 63% of carriers wait 3 hours and over to be loaded or unloaded at facilities’ terminals. All data was collected by DAT Solutions, a network of freight and transportation management information. This process, referred to as detention, has become a prominent issue in the transportation industry, […]
Tesla Buying Solar City—What it Says about Where Solar Power is Headed
Elon Musk is Tesla and Ford Rolled into One A lot of financial analysts have been weighing in about Tesla’s recent acquisition of Solar City, one of the biggest US solar energy companies. Some say it’s a good move, others that’s it’s not, and still others have mixed opinions on the subject. Elon Musk, of […]
As OPEC’s Glory Days Fade, What Does the Future Hold for Renewable Energy?
Once upon a time, OPEC ruled the world, or at least most of the world’s oil supplies, which virtually amounted to the same thing. The rollercoaster ride of falling oil prices since 2014 challenges the invincibility of that reign, particularly when it comes to the so called “Fragile 5”: Venezuela, Libya, Nigeria, Algeria and Iraq, […]
OSU Test Report
Ohio State University’s Center for Automotive Research (“CAR”) recently released a report showing that eNow’s solar auxiliary power systems can significantly improve fuel economy by utilizing solar power to charge a vehicle’s auxiliary batteries. These savings are a real game changer and substantially impacts fleet economics. Through various dynamometer tests, CAR was able to show […]
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