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    Bright Future

    Let there be light, indeed. In the search for renewable energy solutions, scientists in Jülich, Germany flipped the switch on a giant artificial sun in March 2017. The project team's goal is to…

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    From the Ground Up

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Cities are getting more crowded—and looking for new ways to make sure no space is wasted. In 2016, more than half of the world's 7.4 billion people lived in urban areas, according to the U.S. Census…

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    Flying on Sunshine

    By O'Connor, Kelsey Around the world in 16 months—and with zero fuel. When Solar Impulse 2 touched down in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in July, it became the first aircraft powered exclusively by the sun to fly…

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    Solar risk

    By Sykes, Kate Apple is looking to power all of its operations from nonrenewable energy resources, including solar energy--an initiative that is part of a wave of solar megaprojects. This article assesses the pros…

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    DONG Energy, North Sea

    By Fister Gale, Sarah To help Denmark meet its goal of generating half of its power supply from wind energy by 2025, DONG Energy (Copenhagen, Denmark) recently inaugurated its 91-turbine, 209-megawatt Horns Rev 2 wind…

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    Finding closure

    By Hunsberger, Kelley Complex projects that successfully exceed expected time, cost, and quality outcomes are those efforts realized by teams who have masterly applied an appropriate mix of hard and soft project…

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    Management challenge

    The Bad Creek Hydroelectric Project called for building a 1,065-megawatt power station inside a mountain, blasting tunnels and shafts, and impounding a lake by building two dams and a dike. Duke…