Environmental Entrepreneurs' (E2) Rocky Mountain chapter has released "Clean Jobs Colorado" highlighting different companies throughout Colorado which account for more than 62,000 jobs in the state's clean energy sector. We are excited to announce that Pos-En has been granted a full page spread in their most recent press release which can be found on page 8 here.
For a more in depth description of E2's findings and analysis check out the following report: https://www.e2.org/cleanjobscolorado/
There are DC and energy efficiency initiatives underway in Japan (see Nagoya University’s Green Mobility Center, and Tohoku University’s Ecollab.), which Gregory plans to collaborate with to bring his ideas into fruition.
The title of Gregory’s white paper is “Sustainable Building Infrastructure: A Disruptive Approach”, and is available for download here.
Delta-Montrose Electric Association is to hold the 2016 Operations and Engineering Conference beginning the week of April 4 in Montrose, Colorado. We are pleased to announce that Pos-En's CEO, Dan Gregory, has been invited to speak on Tuesday, April 5 around 10:15 a.m. Come to the Apex Room located in the Montrose Holiday Inn Express and listen to Dan speak about the evolving grid. Please click here for a full schedule of the event.
Pos-En has been closely working on the Barranquilla airport in order to increase efficiency, reliability and security. Check out this great article published by El Heraldo explaining just a few of the many exciting updates that the airport will soon see. Click below for the spanish version, or read beneath the link for a translated version.
Tomorrow's contribution amounting to US $400,000 will be made official.
The Trade and Development Agency of the Government of the United States (USTDA) will fund a research project at the airport Ernesto Cortissoz, with the aim of defining the best and most efficient way to meet the energy needs of the air terminal.
Through a meeting to be held tomorrow, Thursday, August 18, at 9:30 am at the University of North, the US ambassador in Colombia, Kevin Whitaker, and the manager of Cortissoz, Alvaro Gonzalez, will formalize the contribution amounting to US $400 thousand.
Nathan Younge, Regional Director of USTDA for Latin America and the Caribbean says "strengthening airport infrastructure is a priority for Colombia, so it is an honor to work with the Airport Group Caribbean in advancing this important goal that benefits Barranquilla and the Caribbean Region."
To develop the study, the Airport Group Caribbean has selected the American company Pos-En (Positive Energies) and the Research Center of the University of North Carolina, an institution founded by the National Science Foundation, which brings together several universities of the United States in the development of safer and reliable networks with the environment.
Also part of this project, the University of North and SENA, as it is transferring knowledge to teachers and students, and thus building a joint manner and agreed on a proposal for sustainable infrastructure in energy management for Ernesto Cortissoz.
"The idea is not to find a single source of energy for the airport, but contemplate a solution of renewable infrastructure. We are pleased, too, to know that scientific knowledge that will result from all this research process will move to the University of North and the Seine" said Alvaro Gonzalez, Manager of Cortissoz.
The Director General of Pos-En, Dan Gregory said "the proposed design approach seeks to contribute to the modernization of Ernesto Cortissoz, with a model oriented airport efficiency, reliability and security."
The total value of the project involves investment of US $763,000. In addition to the contribution of the Government of the United States, the American company Pos-En assumes US $200,000 and US $163,000 remaining supplies in the Caribbean airport group.
Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport, which serves the city of Barranquilla, was licensed by the National Infrastructure Agency to SAS Caribbean Airport Group.
Our improvements of the Ernesto Cortissoz Airport in Barranquilla, Colombia are moving right along. Check out the press release from the airport about the research project here.
Pos-En is excited to announce that we have been selected by Taurus Investment Holdings to be the designer, builder, owner, operator, and maintainer to increase efficiency through the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design of a brand new building in Trivandrum, Kerala, India. More info can be found here.
Trivandrum, India has recently been selected by the government o be developed as a smart city. See the article here.
Fort Collins, Colorado is recognized globally as the epicenter of the energy revolution. The city in which Pos-En is headquartered, was selected by Rocky Mountain PBS to be included in their ongoing exhibit called "How A Place Matters."
In this short YouTube documentary, Colorado State University, the city of Fort Collins, and their inhabitants are all presented as leaders in clean energy. Pos-En was identified as a dominant company playing a key role.
In the video below, courtesy of Colorado State University, Pos-En's CEO Dan Gregory can be seen at 21:26 and COO Robert Lachenmayer can be seen at 24:36. Pos-En is excited to have the opportunity to be headquartered in such a dynamic environment and if you would like a sneak peek into how Fort Collins is changing the world, check out the video below!
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IEEE posted a great article on the benefits of distributed energy in homes, follow the link below to read it.
Pos-En is excited to announce that we have been selected as the designer, program manager and integrator for a resilient clean energy project at Via Mobility Services in Boulder, Colorado. Resilience is vitally important for Via as they act as a second responder for Boulder County's Emergency Management Plan. To see more information in the Daily Camera article, click here.
Saul Griffith and colleagues at his company Otherlab have created an excellent chart on all of the energy use in America. Read more at FastCoExist.com and view the detailed chart by clicking on the following link.
Mark Baldwin, President of Direct Power Technologies, Inc. outlines the benefits of using DC power in the following powerpoint "380VDC DC Power for Data Centers." These benefits include but are not limited to DC's high efficiency, cost effectiveness, and reliability. To view the presentation, click on the link below.
Check out The U.S. Trade and Development Agency's most recent newsletter where you will find information on their participation in the White House Summit on Global Development, trade leads and much more. http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1120468392314&ca=4c40933f-e99b-4ed1-bb9b-2b8a14f71914
On April 15, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency presented a grant to the Grupo Aerportuario del Caribe (GAC) in order to assist in the efforts of making the Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport, in Barranquilla Colombia more modern. We are thrilled to share that the GAC has chosen Pos-En as their independent contractor, in which we will survey the systems and give feedback on how to increase airport reliability and efficiency. The GAC plans on finishing the airport by May of 2018. Read more about the project in the U.S. Trade and Development Agency's recent press release located here.
Pos-En is excited to announce that, in partnership with the City of Boulder, we have been chosen as the feature commitment to be highlighted at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2016 Annual Meeting. Dan Gregory will be representing Pos-En in New York City September 19th through the 21st, where the theme of the meeting will be "Partnering for Global Prosperity." Please follow the link below for a list of speakers and an outlined agenda for the event.
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Pos-En is grateful for the opportunity to meet with US Government officials on Climate Change issues and energy consumption. We are honored that our CEO, Dan Gregory, was mentioned under the Colorado section of the press release.
Find the press release from Pos-En's visit here.
According to Gregory, the solution for Japan’s energy future is to reduce energy consumption “with a systematic integration program based on conversion of loads to DC.” The idea is simple: take out the conversions of electricity from Alternating Current (AC) to Direct Current (DC) by utilizing DC end-to-end, and the system becomes much more efficient. Solar power, battery storage, LEDs, and most other loads already function off of DC, so a transition plan to eliminate (or drastically reduce) AC is feasible. In fact, Pos-En currently has projects underway that utilize this approach.
Sendai, Japan –Dan Gregory, CEO Pos-En, delivered a powerful message during the 4th international Next-generation Energies for Tohoku Recovery (NET) symposium, which was held on Friday, November 20th. “...Grid consumption in Japan can be reduced by ~50% in as little as two years,” asserts Gregory. The post-earthquake/Fukushima conference is focused on energy production and management solutions that can help facilitate the recovery of areas damaged during the devastating earthquake in 2011.