The invention of the electric light changed the lives of millions of people. It led to safer working conditions and better educational environments, improved healthcare and economic growth, throughout the 20th century. We now stand on the threshold of a new lighting revolution.
The president of the Canadian National Committee, Jacques Régis has retired, after years of dedication to standardization and conformity assessment. He is replaced by Colin Clark who has been vice-president since 2017.
Green manufacturing refers to the renewal of production processes and the establishment of environmentally friendly operations within the manufacturing field. It is not only transport, agriculture, consumers, governments and government services the world over which have to drastically
IECRE, the IEC System for Certification to Standards relating to Equipment for Use in Renewable Energy, held its annual meeting and important working group (WG) meetings in Feldkirch, Austria from 18-22 November. Hosted by Bachmann electronic, over 40 expert stakeholders from 15 count
Tomorrow is Zero Emissions Day, an initiative launched by the Climate Leadership Coalition (CLC), a loose network of companies, research organizations and cities, which fight climate change in their respective fields of expertise.
A recently released movie tells the story of how alternating current (AC) eventually prevailed over direct current (DC) technology. What it does not mention is that DC is making a comeback and offering new hope to the more than one billion people with no access to electricity.