Sep 29 2020 at 01:54 PM | Project / Heavy Lift News
Moving to substantially reduce greenhouse gasses, and with a strong focus on renewable energy, electrification and power management, the European Union is further down the path toward a more advanced power infrastructure than is the US. But there are obstacles aplenty.
Sep 29 2020 at 01:29 PM | Project / Heavy Lift News
As wildfires rage throughout the Western United States, they destroy everything in their path and imperil all in their range — life, property, health, natural habitat. Add light and power to that list.
Sep 29 2020 at 12:45 PM | Project / Heavy Lift News
The U.S. power grid is millions of miles long, contains countless pieces of equipment, serves nearly 230 million people and is magnificently deficient in upkeep. Analysts are engaged in multitrillion-dollar debate whether the grid needs rebuilding or replacement. And every day, new power sources are coming online that need to be incorporated into the grid – many of them renewables like wind and solar, never envisioned as becoming a “democratized” feature of the power grid. But now one thing is a certain, the power grid needs attention and it will be costly, the largest project and likely most expensive “project” in U.S. history.
Later this year, OmniTRAX is scheduled to inaugurate an innovative facility it is constructing some 12 miles from the Port of Savannah. It’s the focal point of a mammoth industrial park development’s first phase, tethered to a proximity to the port and two Class One railroads that traverse the property.
The Covid-19 impact on warehousing and distribution could well outlast the pandemic itself, as new sourcing options, altered supply chains and a new wave of warehouses and distribution centers closer to consumers emerge.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit Washington State hard, and Northwest Seaport Alliance composed of the ports of Seattle and Tacoma has borne the brunt of severe downturn in Asian trade along with the challenges closer to home. But amidst the turmoil, the ports are building for a healthier future.