Current Headlines

  1. 'Never Again': Utility Makes Protocol Changes After Contaminating Nature Preserve

    A Texas utility is making changes to its protocols after incurring a fine due to allegations that it released 2 million gallons of treated effluent into a nature preserve last year.

  2. Fybr Launching Smart City Platform In 30 Cities

    Fybr, announced today that it is rolling out the Fybr Smart City Platform in 30 cities worldwide in 2017. Their end-to-end, turnkey Smart City Platform is specifically designed to make cities, universities and corporate campuses more efficient, better, places to live and work.

  3. New University Research Center To Test Boundaries Of Smart Transportation In New York City And Beyond

    The U.S. Department of Transportation has selected a research consortium led by the New York University Tandon School of Engineering to become the first Tier 1 University Transportation Center (UTC) in New York City, charged with taking on some of the most pressing mobility challenges facing urban areas of all sizes.

  4. Build Group Inc. Purchases San Jose Construction Co. Inc.

    Build Group Inc., one of the largest and fastest growing general contracting firms in the San Francisco Bay Area, has purchased the assets of San Jose Construction Co., Inc., and assumed responsibility for completing certain current and all future San Jose Construction projects.

  5. Agilent Technologies Presents Thought Leader Award To Influential Water-Quality Researcher

    Agilent Technologies Inc. recently announced that Shane Snyder, Ph.D., has received an Agilent Thought Leader Award in recognition of his influential research in water analysis, and the exploration of new approaches to determine the quality and safety of drinking water

  6. Panasonic And Silver Spring Networks Extend Smart City Reach Through New Alliance

    Recently at CES 2017, Panasonic CityNOW, a business of Panasonic Corporation of North America, and Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced a new go-to-market alliance that leverages Silver Spring’s Starfish Internet of Things (IoT) platform and CityNOW’s diverse portfolio of smart and sustainable solutions for cities, real estate developers, utilities, and other smart city customers

  7. Frost & Sullivan Commends Streetline For Developing Its Innovative Smart Parking Solution, The Hybrid Data Collection Platform

    Based on its recent analysis of the smart parking technology market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Streetline with the 2016 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Line Strategy Leadership.

  8. American Water And South Orange, N.J. Begin Water Partnership

    The Township of South Orange Village and American Water, the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, recently jointly announced the commencement of their new partnership in delivering clean water to residents and businesses in South Orange, N.J. This Smart News Release features multimedia

  9. Ameresco And PIDC Partner On An Innovative Project At The Navy Yard In Philadelphia

    Ameresco, Inc.,  a leading energy efficiency and renewable energy company, recently announced that the company is partnering with PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation and master developer of the Navy Yard, for the comprehensive design, engineer, build, and long-term operation and maintenance of a new six megawatt (MW) natural-gas fired peaking plant that will anchor one of the largest private microgrids in the United States located at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia

  10. Baswood Partners With NSI To Deliver Innovative, Cost-Saving Wastewater Solutions For Publicly Owned Treatment Works

    Baswood Corporation has partnered with National Strategies, LLC (NSI), a nationally-recognized business-to-government consulting firm, to increase awareness of Baswood’s innovative, cost-saving wastewater solutions for municipalities and publicly owned treatment works across the U.S. Baswood’s patented BioVore system utilizes proven wastewater technologies to provide a unique combination of lower sludge output with significant energy reduction