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Gury Park, Sacramento

Border States Engineering Services proudly became a vital part of the team tasked with providing comprehensive engineering services for Gury Park, located in the vibrant city of Sacramento, California. Our scope of work included the installation of EV charging stations and the delivery of specialized Electrical Engineering services, contributing to the park’s commitment to sustainable […]

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Los Angeles International Airport EV Design

Border States Engineering Services enthusiastically joined forces with the project team to deliver comprehensive engineering services to Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), situated in Los Angeles, California. Our primary objective was the installation of EV charging stations, supporting LAWA’s dedication to advancing sustainable and environmentally-conscious transportation infrastructure.

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EV Design, Oakland International Airport

Border States Engineering Services joined the team to contribute expertise in Electrical Vehicle Design Engineering for a project at Oakland International Airport in Sacramento, CA. Our dedicated approach ensures the efficient integration of cutting-edge electrical systems, aligning with the airport’s commitment to sustainable and forward-thinking solutions. This project showcases our proficiency in delivering specialized engineering

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Winston Engineering to become Border States Engineering Services

We’re thrilled to announce that Winston Engineering, Inc. is joining forces with Border States! The acquisition will be finalized on March 1st, marking the beginning of a new chapter for us. Rest assured, even with the transition, our commitment to providing top-notch service remains unwavering. Under a new name and improved processes, we’re geared up

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Advancing Through Emerging Tech: How ECs can successfully use A.I. in business

The article highlights concerns about the accuracy of information related to electrical safety, arc flash, and NFPA 70E found in articles, especially those generated by artificial intelligence (A.I.) applications. The author notes instances of incorrect or outdated information, potentially sourced from unreliable sources on the internet or A.I. programs. Examples include inaccurate statements about OSHA

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Solar Panels Popularity Generates Concerns About Recycling

The solar photovoltaic (PV) market has grown significantly, leading to concerns about the potential increase in solar panel waste. Most solar panels are made in China with a life expectancy of 25-30 years, and the majority of those currently in use were installed in the last decade. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) estimates that

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Researchers Are Using New Method to Recycle Old Batteries

Researchers at Rice University have developed a new method for recycling precious metals such as cobalt and nickel from spent batteries. The process, called flash Joule heating, involves subjecting battery waste to extremely high temperatures for a brief time, allowing for a more efficient and sustainable recovery of valuable metals. The method has proven effective

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Winter Power Generation at Risk

The North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC) released its 2023-24 winter outlook, warning that more than half of the United States and parts of Canada could face power shortages during the winter. The report cites a combination of extreme weather conditions and insufficient natural gas infrastructure as potential causes for the shortages. Approximately 180 million

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Energy Emissions From Coal Drop as Renewables Grow

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its Short-Term Energy Outlook in November 2023, revealing positive trends in the fight against global warming. The report indicates a 3% decrease in U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2023 compared to 2022. This decline is attributed to lower electricity generation from coal-fired power plants and increased

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Midea Unveils Stark Awareness Gap in Heat Pump Technology Among Homeowners and Contractors

Midea reveals a significant awareness gap in heat pump technology among homeowners and contractors, according to a recent survey. More than half of homeowners lack full awareness of heat pumps and their capabilities, hindering widespread adoption. The survey, conducted by Atomik Research, indicates a need for broader awareness to make heat pumps mainstream across America.

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