Winston Engineering Inc.

Month: November 2021

hydrogen is green

More Than Hot Air

More Than Hot Air: Today’s hydrogen market is turning green “The need to solve the problem of intermittency when it comes to wind and solar electricity generation has led to a boom in battery-based energy storage that has continued unabated through the COVID-19 pandemic.” Read the article HERE

lifi waves

Riding the Waves of Light

Riding the Waves of Light: Li-Fi is transforming light and data “It’s a wireless world: our phones are mobile, we can take our laptops anywhere and building design programs are now tablet-accessible.” Read the article HERE

Number of Women in Construction Grew

Number of Women in Construction Grew in 2020

Number of Women in Construction Grew in 2020 “According to a report from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), Washington, D.C., the number of women employed in the construction industry in the United States grew slightly in 2020, increasing to approximately 1.17 million workers.” Read the article HERE

Keeping Rural Lights On

Keeping Rural Lights On

Keeping Rural Lights On: Utilities turn to microgrids to cut fire risks and keep customers powered “While California is home to some of the largest U.S. metropolitan areas, the state includes many smaller communities tucked into remote mountain and desert locations.” Read the article HERE

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