Keep Austin Smart: a Living Laboratory for the Modern Energy Grid
The price of meeting the world’s energy demands is estimated at $26.3 trillion through 2030 — an average of more than $1 trillion a year.
The Classroom Danger Hiding in Plain Sight
One-half of the 115,000 schools in the US have problems linked to indoor air quality. School kids are exposed to indoor air pollutants for an extended period...
Is Green Energy Stored Safely?
Almost 80 percent of the world’s energy still comes from fossil fuels that are responsible for 60 percent of greenhouse gasses.
Air-Polluting Toys: a Cautionary Tale
VOCs have been linked to health problems like headaches; eye, nose, and throat irritation; asthma symptoms; increased respiratory irritation; fatigue and ...
Have electric vehicles left safety in the dust?
In the U.S., hundreds of thousands of electric-powered vehicles (EVs) have hit the road. Their future has never looked brighter, as environmental and economic..
Will Smart Homes (and Millennials) Save the Housing Market?
The building practices of ancient times still course through today’s structures. Building practices have been slow to evolve over the centuries because of the s
ESFI Counterfeit Charger Short
With this short video, ESFI is reminding consumers to beware of counterfeit chargers.
UL Live Burn Event
Working with the New York City Fire Department and the National Institute of Standards and Technology to advance firefighter safety.
Bringing New Opportunities to Light
Rapidly evolving thinking about energy efficiency and public safety is driving the evolution of the lighting industry
Simple Steps to Fight Enterovirus This Flu Season
Detecting and isolating common diseases like flu has always been important in order to protect vulnerable groups. Now that’s truer than ever.
Tokens Keep Pickpockets from Stealing Digital Money
The financial transaction industry is honing and applying several safeguards to keep consumers’ data safer, including tokenization.
Protecting Financial Data Comes with Chips and Bits
Over the next year, credit card companies in the U.S. will send out a new technology for consumers to slot into their wallets.