What is Economic Development? Because no single definition of economic development exists, it is typically described in terms of achievable objectives that contribute to the community’s wellbeing in the long run. Common objectives of economic development are the creation of jobs and wealth, and the improvement of quality of life. To meet these and other […]
Batteries and fuel cells are ever popular subjects in the ongoing conversation about how we power the world we live in. They are steadfast becoming important components of the energy chain to power things throughout our daily lives. Despite their rising popularity, many people are yet unaware of the differences between the two, their different […]
May’s Founder’s Exchange featured James Hillegas of Ohio Drone, LLC and Bob Jadloski of Aerial Solutions Experts. The number of certified pilots for aerial photography and other uses is expected to more than quadruple over the next four years, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. At TBEIC, the need for efficient and lightweight fuel cells is a research […]
Did you know that TBEIC has a 30+ person classroom overlooking Courthouse Square? It’s the perfect venue for your organization’s next training. For more information and booking, please check out TBEIC’s booking page.
Over 130 people attended the Mahoning Valley Engineer of the Year Awards on April 3rd in the Energy Integration Lab. Congrats to this year’s winners! – Young Professional: Ashley Totin, Project Engineer at America Makes – Distinguished Female: Rachel Lindesmith, General Supervisor for Engineering at Ohio Edison & Penn Power – Community Impact: Randy Partika, […]
After spending considerable time trying various settings and operating strategies, I now have the inverter working, after a fashion. Princeton Power has been only marginally helpful during the process, given that this is an old unit, out of warranty. On thing they did tell me is that normally a 100kW inverter is connected to a […]