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Under the Magnifying Glass: How to Increase Revenue and Lower Operating Costs

A magnifying glass can instantly enhance a picture into focus. This same concept can be applied to your city—looking closely, you can find new ways to enhance performance and reduce costs.

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Solar Myth Vs. Fact: Top 10 Misconceptions about Solar Power

Solar power hosts many benefits including energy cost savings, educational opportunities, and contributing toward a greener community. However, there are many misconceptions about this growing energy source. To combat this, we've compiled the top 10 myths

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Adaptive Reuse: A Sustainable Development Opportunity for Cities and Towns

Adaptive reuse, or the repurposing of existing building structures for a different use, is on the rise as a cost-effective solution for economic development.

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Solar Power is More Environmentally Friendly than your Blue Jeans

Like all manufactured products, solar is devised, transported, and installed using energy that creates the emission of greenhouse gas. But, unlike any other product, including clothing or a computing device, solar panels produce clean, sustainable energy

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AWWA 2021 State of the Water Industry

Regarding issues that we face today, the American Water Works Associations (AWWA) produces an annual report highlighting the Top-10 most significant concerns facing water utilities today.

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The Future of Sustainable Solar: Solar Pollinator Fields

Native prairie vegetation or pollinator fields are now being considered the most viable and beneficial use of solar land to both the community and the environment.

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