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Electrification of Airports From Landside to Airside

Generation and storage of electricity to support infrastructure development objectives, operations and cleaner flight

The electrification of mobility will be a game changer for airports. Emerging transportation technologies are shaping the next generation of air and ground transportation, which will transform operating conditions at airports and significantly help to reduce environmental footprints.

Burlington Gas Safety Exercise Unites First Responders


Delran Fire Chief Kevin Peak’s two public servant roles united recently when he participated in a virtual safety exercise with PSE&G’s Burlington Gas division. That’s because Peak is also a first auto technician in Fleet Maintenance, after starting his PSE&G career with a brief stint in Gas Operations.

Duke Energy Teammates Show Support for Diversity and Inclusion

Indiana group will participate in Indianapolis Pride Parade for the first time

By Page Leggett Duke Energy teammates are sponsoring and attending Pride Month parades and festivals, but it is far from the only work they do to support the LGBTQ+ community.

Education is a core part of the Duke Energy employee resource groups’ (ERG) mission. The company’s Indiana WeR1 chapter, formed last year, will participate in the Indy Pride Parade for the first time.

Natural Gas and Renewables Will Work Together To Achieve Energy Independence


The Russian invasion of Ukraine, along with ensuing decisions to ban or reduce demand for Russian oil and gas exports, have caused significant shifts in the global oil and gas market and reminded citizens and governments worldwide of the need for stability of domestic oil and gas costs.

Henkel's Climate-Positive Journey: From the Shop Floor to the C-Suite

Words by Leon Kaye

With time running out to achieve the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by mid-century, companies are primed to meet the urgency of the moment in which we find ourselves today. And their stakeholders — from employees and customers to investors — now expect nothing less. Even as companies announce plans to pursue net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, a select few are going even further by seeking to go climate-positive — meaning they save more emissions than they generate.

Global Links Celebrates Achieving Energy Independence

With completion of LED lighting replacement, Global Links reduces energy use, will generate 100% of energy needs via its solar roof
Press Release

PITTSBURGH, June 9, 2022 /3BL Media/ - On June 9, 2022, Pittsburgh-based nonprofit Global Links celebrates the completion of Phase II of its Energy Independence Project by flipping the switch on its newly installed LED lighting and motion sensor system. The reduction in energy use resulting from the replacement, coupled with energy generated from the 10,000 square-foot solar array installed on its headquarters as part of Phase I, will allow Global Links to produce 100% of its own energy needs, with the goal of achieving Net Zero.

UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Celebrates Opening of Green Mountain Energy Sun Club Edible Garden and Mindfulness Path

The new edible garden provides experiential learning opportunities for patients
Press Release

PITTSBURGH, June 7, 2022 /3BL Media/ - – UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and UPMC Children’s Hospital Foundation are celebrating the opening of their Edible Garden and Mindfulness Path, thanks to a $78,375 donation by Green Mountain Energy Sun Club. The garden and path are located on the hospital’s third-floor terrace, which is the largest outdoor pedestrian space at the hospital.

The Time To Transform Our Energy Future Is Now

by Brian Brickhouse

The best way to predict the future is to create it. - Peter Drucker

In the midst of several historic events visibly unfolding around us, Drucker’s quote has taken on new relevance for companies and society as the world engages in another, quieter transformative process – the energy transformation.

Southern Co.'s Annual Meeting a Model for Corporate America

By Maria Saporta

The best corporate annual meeting of the year award goes to the Southern Co. — hands down.

While most of Georgia’s Fortune 500 companies have chosen to hold virtual 2022 annual meetings, Southern Co. welcomed shareholders and employees to attend its meeting at the Callaway Gardens Lodge Conference Center on May 25.

“Isn’t it great we are back in person?” Southern Co. CEO Thomas Fanning said as he opened the meeting.

Utility Payment Assistance Available for Customers Struggling To Pay Energy Bills

PSE&G Partners with NJ Board of Public Utilities to Raise Awareness about Resources
Press Release

NEWARK, N.J., June 3, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has named the week of June 6 Utility Assistance Awareness Week to call attention to programs available to help customers who are struggling to pay their utility bills. Payment assistance programs have expanded to include more customers at much higher income levels, including those who are behind on their bills for the first time.


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