Trillions of dollars expected to flow through economic relief packages into deployment of low- and zero-carbon infrastructure
Shell is focusing on cleaner energy solutions, and recently won a contract for an offshore subsidy-free wind farm in the Netherlands
Since 2012, demand for engineering labor in the US has either remained flat or decreased
Gabriela Gil, Product Marketing Specialist at Comarch, explores the need for smart metering across water, gas, heat, and other utilities in the future
To meet its soaring demand for energy, Egypt is turning to renewable sources. Its targets, if accomplished, will see it become a pioneer in the African energy landscape. But are the plans realistic?
In the wake of World Population day, Frank Ackland, Managing Director Middle East & Turkey at Xylem, comments on water availability in an overpopulated world
When the economy hits the upside of the seesaw, utilities companies are expected to be among the first to rebound