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Seattle utility begins electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure development with 16 fast chargers
Seattle City Light represents one of the nation's largest publicly owned utilities, providing carbon-neutral electricity to over 900,000 residents in ...
Seattle City Light
Montgomery County, MD
P3 microgrid infrastructure powers county's electric bus fleet, reduces lifetime emissions by 62%
Aspiring to reach net-zero emissions by 2035, Montgomery County resolved to electrify its bus fleet but needed infrastructure built to power the vehic...
Cuyahoga County, OH
First microgrid utility division in the state produces clean, resilient energy
To attract businesses seeking highly resilient electricity and foster the development of local, clean energy Cuyahoga County set up a public utility d...
Zero Upfront Cost
Superfund site converted to protect Gowanus Canal from 1M gallons of contaminated water
Found alongside industrial buildings and residential neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York, the Gowanus Canal has been faced contaminated stormwater and...
1.5 Million USD
Department of Transportation and Department of Environmental Protection
Portland, Oregon Advances Electric Charging Stations For Commercial Trucks
With the trucking industry increasing electric vehicle adoption, there is a need for scalable charging infrastructure. Portland General Electric built...
Navajo Nation, NM
Addressing drinking water inequities for 250+ Navajo families with solar-powered home water systems
The Navajo Water Project has helped over 250+ families gain access to hot and cold running water in their homes. Capitalizing on community collaborati...
Zero Upfront Cost
Shoreview, MN 55126
ShoreView, MN Diverts Stormwater Runoff Using Second Generation Permeable Pavement in Neighborhoods
The City of Shoreview, Minnesota needed to limit stormwater runoff into Lake Owasso to achieve compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act (CWA). Usin...
City Engineer and DPW Director
Town of Sudbury Gets More Representative Feedback to Guide ARPA Spending
The town of Sudbury wanted to understand the needs and priorities of the entire community, not just the self-selected and self-interested who typicall...
Memphis Overhauls Aging Sewer System to Support Economic Growth
The city of Memphis, TN was ordered to modernize its aging sewer system after it leaked sewage into waterways and homes. Through its 10-year Sewer Ass...
Department of Public Works