The Meru GK Prison is a government institution in Kenya’s eastern province in Meru County. Spanning a 15 hectare area, this prison houses more than 1200 inmates and employs approximately 300 staff.
A flooded Austin, Texas as seen from the air and water.
Think of China as an energy consumption behemoth, but also an energy production behemoth.
Karl Rabago discusses how to fairly compensate utilities and customers who provide solar energy.
NASA’s Aqua satellite captured an image of smog that paralyzed the northeastern Chinese city of 10 million.
A system of oversized shafts and channels ushers flood waters away from the Tokyo metropolitan area.
As I’ve written in the past, the energy sector is dominated by men. At meetings and conferences, it’s easy to recognize the lack of women in the room, on panels, and involved in the discussion.
Analysis by the RAND Corporation suggests that the U.S. Air Force could provide security for strategically valuable Nigerian oil.
Heavy smog that paralyzed eastern China is visible from space in this satellite image from NASA.
In this photo, University of California – Davis graduate student Judy Xu is shown adjusting a lab prototype of a daylight harvesting device developed and tested at the university’s California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC). The self-calibrating photocontrol reduces electric lighting power based on the amount of daylight available through skylights.
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