Center For Disease Control Reports Highest Number Of Measles Cases In 20 Years

Mission critical facilities like hospitals and university campuses depend on reliable (and typically redundant) energy sources to operate. In the event of a utility failure, natural disaster, or other catastrophe, these facilities need to know that they will be able to keep the power on and serve their communities continuously. Today, many organizations are turning… Keep reading →

Popular Incandescent Bulbs Phasing Out In New Year

Energy consumers live in a time of rapid technology change, but if Digital Lumens has its way lighting consumers at least may rarely notice the adjustments except where they benefit. It would have been hard until recently to come up with a sector of industry less exciting for its world-changing possibilities than lighting. Major manufacturers… Keep reading →

FORTUNE Most Powerful Women Summit - Day 3

Anyone who follows the energy business has by now heard about the recent 60 Minutes segment “The Cleantech Crash,” that basically said cleantech is dead. Understandably, the blow back from cleantech industry stakeholders has been harsh, loud and swift. However, while cleantech is certainly not dead and some VC firms even remain bullish, the story… Keep reading →