The future is really about alternatives. More specifically, that means renewable energy. And that’s not just me talking.
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SRP shows strength as a sustainability leader with its revised 2035 Sustainability Goals, GPEC launches a unique campaign to attract high-tech companies, ASU jumps to top 10 in global patent rankings, Coplex sets its sights on high-growth potential tech companies, and more.
The Arizona Technology Council applauds Salt River Project’s Approval of Sustainability Commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, advance clean energy, and conserve water
Forward thinking, eco-friendly businesses also are increasingly expecting their electricity comes from renewable sources. After all, for many companies, renewable energy is the future. Unfortunately, the state is stuck in the past as far as renewable energy regulations are concerned.
As the Greater Phoenix region gets closer and closer to becoming a major tech hub, it’s important that Arizona embraces renewable energy technologies that not only have a much lower environmental impact but also provide energy security for existing businesses and tech startups, increase energy independence, and help drive economic development.
The Any-Grid Hybrid Inverter Series is designed for flexible energy access to support a broad range of conditions including on-grid, edge-of-grid, and off-grid applications.
Power generation and distribution are critical parts of our society. However, society has realized that we need to move away from fossil fuel power plants and into using clean energy to generate electricity.
For Arizona’s utilities industry, meeting an ever-increasing demand for power is an ongoing challenge.
TGen North has partnered with the non-profit NARBHA Institute to advance human health through the new TGen One Health Collaborative.