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California Highways Could Be the Next Hot Spot for Solar

By Rick Laezman | Sep 15, 2023. A recent analysis by the Environment California Research & Policy Center reveals a groundbreaking opportunity for solar power generation along the shoulders of highways in Ventura, Los Angeles, and San Diego counties. Covering just the roadside shoulders, these three Southern California counties offer over 4,800 acres of untapped […]

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It's Time for an Update

It’s Time for an Update

It’s Time for an Update: With building energy codes, not all states are equal “The very large sums of money newly available from the federal government’s climate-focused funds are accelerating the race to update building codes across the United States. “ Read the article HERE Contact Winston Engineering for your building engineering needs.

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Adding Hours Back Into the Day

Adding Hours Back Into the Day

Adding Hours Back Into the Day: Turning to software for design and project efficiency “Engineering software continues to change the shape of electrical design, estimating, testing and other necessary tasks for contractors and engineers. Such applications can make life easier for those tasked with the cumbersome and occasionally confusing responsibilities of planning electrical projects. Many

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Utah’s only anaerobic food waste digester a reality

Utah’s Only Anaerobic Food Waste Digester

Food for Thought: Skyline Electric Co. helped make Utah’s only anaerobic food waste digester a reality “Wasatch Resource Recovery is Utah’s first and only anaerobic digester dedicated to food waste diversion. The team from West Valley City, Utah-based electrical contracting firm Skyline Electric Co. played an instrumental role in bringing this groundbreaking facility to fruition.”

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Future of Housing: Multifamily Community Developments

Future of Housing: Multifamily Community Developments “Ownership of a single family home is imbedded in the American DNA; it is and always was the American dream. However, things are rapidly changing with the population growth, environmental awareness and mainly housing prices rising due to shortage of supply. One would think, “let them eat cake” and

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