The last solar eclipse occurred on March 20, 2015 blocking all direct sunlight. The track of the eclipse passed across the North Atlantic and into the Arctic Ocean and lasted 2 minutes and 47 seconds off the coast of the Faroe Islands. At the time, it wasn't much of a significant event as it relates to solar power production and storage, given the event's geographic location and the fact that it took place over the ocean where solar energy is not being harvested.
RESOLUTE Partners, in conjunction with Johnson Controls Inc., has been awarded an expansion project to add an additional 65 RF locations to an existing RF network deployed in 2016 at Fort Irwin, a training center for the United States Military located in the Mojave Desert in California. Since 2015, RESOLUTE has connected over 150 buildings throughout the desert installation.
RESOLUTE Partners sat down with its Vice President Information Technology Frank DeMasi to find out what he thinks will be the big technology trends for 2017 in the government space:
We are proud to announce that Hunt Electric awarded RESOLUTE Partners RMF accreditation services for the newly completed Dugway Proving Grounds 2.4MW Solar Array. This award comes based on the extensive experience of the RESOLUTE team and vast working knowledge of Military Installations Worldwide and demanding DoD Cyber Security requirements.
With more than 20 years in the advanced wired and wireless space, RESOLUTE Partners has engineered and deployed networks for federal and commercial clients across multiple industries with a focus on energy management, rural broadband, and guest Wi-Fi. Based on that experience, we have compiled a series of free downloadable resources to help with your wired and wireless needs:
According to a recent report from Research and Markets, global energy management systems (EMS) for the healthcare sector is preparing to grow rapidly between 2016-2020, upwards of 10%. The report looks at reducing costs as the main driver for healthcare facilities to implement EMS functionality, especially as it's one of the most energy intensive facilities in any federal or commercial sectors. Not surprising, as these buildings must constantly be regulating hot and cold air and running patient devices and machines 24/7, 365 days a year.
Not long ago, we covered the news about hackers in the Ukraine attacking a power grid and leaving people in a specific region without power for hours. Well, it would seem that the Department of Energy is attacking itself in an effort to help prevent such a thing from happening in the United States.
If you're a building manager or energy manager, you've likely had several conversations lately about increasing your locations energy efficiency. With all the software, hardware and other technology coming in to play, where do you start? Below we've outlined 5 ways to achieve the energy efficiency your commercial buildings are looking for.
Energy Management Systems (EMS) represent a rapidly growing industry of tools and services for managing energy use in commercial and federal buildings. In a recent report on global energy management systems (EMS), the firm Research & Markets has noted the industry will represent a $65 billion market by 2025 - the largest projection we've seen to date.