An article published in WaterWorld looking at the status of nuclear powered desalination; providing a primer and insights on the technologies in play, feasibility and future opportunities of securing potable water through nuclear power from International Atomic Energy Agency, the International Desalination Association and others.
A cover article published in WaterWorld looking at the advent and application of machine learning in asset management across several domains of the water industries. Murmurings of the emergence of artificial intelligence are unavoidable in today’s modern world. But the technology’s early application in the water sector, a market that is still coming to grips…
An article published in WaterWorld considering how pressures of climate change and extreme weather events are fostering innovation in New York’s municipal water sector.
An article for Ars Technica on the decontamination and decommissioning of Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan: Remediating Fukushima—“When everything goes to hell, you go back to basics”
Wind power has the potential to help reduce the carbon and energy footprint of power hungry water desalination plants. There are a lot of reasons why wind and desalination go well together, but the challenges are clear.
A novel, clean solution for off-grid storage of medical supplies.
How drones hold the potential to transform the lives of millions across developing regions.
Narrowing in on sustainable solutions: LEDs, smart lighting, UV and commercial vertical farming.
A look at how hydroponics and LED lighting are contributing to super efficient, sustainable agriculture.
A look at what’s been happening with Project Loon and what it means for universal Internet access.