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.
NAU researchers are working across many different disciplines to tackle a range of energy-related issues using innovative technological approaches.
In 1985, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey packed his things into a Datsun B-210 and made the drive from his hometown of Toledo, Ohio, all the way to Tempe.
Two Arizona-based companies are taking the steps to secure the No. 1 global positions in their respective fields when it comes to providing critical components for devices that produce renewable energy.
Not only is there strength in numbers but there also is power. The latter is especially true when it comes the Arizona Energy Consortium (AEC).
Funding the development of innovative technologies is always a challenge.
By 2050 we’re going to have global broadband Internet satellite networks, in-orbit manufacturing, space tourism, asteroid mining, and lunar and Mars bases.
When Apple made plans to convert an empty Mesa building into its $2 billion Arizona Data & Global Command Center, the technology giant knew it wanted the building to run on 100 percent renewable energy just like the rest of its facilities.