- Ready for Liftoffpor Jeannine Howatt el febrero 21, 2024 a las 1:45 am
Can Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft transform transportation? By Chris Warren These days, electric transportation is basically synonymous with light-duty electric cars and trucks. That is understandable. Sales of new electric vehicles (EVs) in the U.S. in 2023 surpassed one million for the first time and were up by over 50 percent compared The post Ready for Liftoff appeared first on EPRI Journal.
- AI is Already Impacting the Energy Industrypor Jeannine Howatt el febrero 10, 2024 a las 1:57 am
EPRI’s Jeremy Renshaw on the benefits and limitations of artificial intelligence in the power sector Interview by Chris Warren It may seem as though artificial intelligence (AI) was born with the launch of ChatGPT in late 2022. However, the reality is that the development of AI and the study of its many potential applications has The post AI is Already Impacting the Energy Industry appeared first on EPRI Journal.
- 2024 EPRI Journal No. 1, Winterpor Jeannine Howatt el enero 31, 2024 a las 1:11 am
EPRI JOURNAL, Winter 2024 — The articles available in this issue include: 1) Land of Opportunity—How rights-of-way in the southeastern U.S. can benefit pollinating insects, 2) Graceful Aging—EPRI research and pilot programs demonstrate how risk insights can enhance nuclear aging management programs 3) How Reindustrialization Is Boosting U.S. Manufacturing – and Challenging Utilities, and 4) The post 2024 EPRI Journal No. 1, Winter appeared first on EPRI Journal.
- Solving the EV Charging Dilemmapor Jeannine Howatt el enero 17, 2024 a las 2:04 am
EPRI research identifies the fundamental barriers to mainstream EV adoption and kickstarts collaborative solutions By Chris Warren In the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) most recent World Energy Outlook, a couple of technologies stood out for their unprecedented growth rates. Despite the lasting disruptions of the energy crisis sparked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and lingering The post Solving the EV Charging Dilemma appeared first on EPRI Journal.
- How Reindustrialization Is Boosting U.S. Manufacturing – and Challenging Utilitiespor Jeannine Howatt el diciembre 8, 2023 a las 2:33 am
A new EPRI report documents ways decarbonization efforts drive regional industrial growth and “point load” electricity demand. By Chuck Ross Industrial electricity demand has been flat for most of the last 25 years at 25% of total U.S. demand, with many companies moving their production overseas. But that’s changing in some regions of the United The post How Reindustrialization Is Boosting U.S. Manufacturing – and Challenging Utilities appeared first on EPRI Journal.