RYPOS, Inc., developer and manufacturer of advanced, exhaust filtration systems that reduce harmful emissions from diesel engines, and Stanford Medicine, a leader in pioneering research, creative teaching protocols and effective clinical therapies, are pleased to announce the first installation and approval of an OSP special seismic certification pre-approved diesel particulate filter for the new emergency power station at New Stanford Hospital medical center.
The Davis High campus has been without electricity since Sunday evening, when a key component of the electrical system at the campus failed. With no electricity to support fire-alarm systems, phone systems, computer systems and other everyday functions, classes at Davis High were cancelled on Monday.
A senator key to infrastructure and trucking policy negotiations on Capitol Hill has proposed modernizing the country’s transportation grid via green-centric initiatives.
Through a so-called green infrastructure package, Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey (D), a member of the trucking and surface transportation panels, is calling on colleagues to reduce energy consumption, incorporate climate change science into transportation projects and expand the affordability and availability of electric and energy-efficient vehicles.
The senator also proposes investments in new energy-efficient schools, improvements in drinking water and reducing emissions at airports, ports and waterways.
Any deal on an infrastructure package must include measures to promote our clean-energy economy and mitigate the dangers posed by climate change.
Clayton Costello, the operations manager at CK Power, a manufacturer and distributor of power generation equipment believes the perception of diesel as sooty, unreliable and a major pollutant isn't true.
Tips and Advice to Protect Yourself Against Power Outages
Are you prepared for the next emergency? If not, now is the time to take the important steps necessary to prepare yourself for future disasters – both the expected and unforeseen emergencies.
Technologies designed to restore power to full operation must be reliable and proven, which is why most all system operators rely on diesel emergency generators as part of their black start systems to provide immediate and full strength electric power when there is a failure of the primary power supply system.