Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

“The half-dozen ski areas in Asia, Europe and North America which only open in spring are mostly in good shape for their 2022 ski seasons.” (Source: Snow-Forecast.com)

* Organic Chemistry: The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy published an RFI last week […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

* The Coasties Are Working Overtime: (But what else is new, right?) The comment period for the Port Access Route Study (PARS) “Alaskan Arctic Coast” closed this past week. That study started in December 2018. The comment period was extended a […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

* Don’t worry about the money: DOE has issued updated guidance for hydroelectric generation facilities to qualify for certain incentive payments, available when electricity is generated and sold for a specified 10-year period. This isn’t new, it was authorized under the […]

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Construction Retrofit Opportunity

LED Fixture Continuously Disinfects Airborne Viruses in Commercial Spaces

By Del Williams

Construction professionals have a golden retrofitting opportunity as commercial facilities expand their precautions against viruses: an effective new type of “germicidal” LED fixture that can be quickly and easily installed […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

I. Scary or enlightening…? Last July the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) requested comments to help develop an “implementation roadmap” for artificial intelligence (AI). The roadmap is being developed by a National AI Research Resource (NAIRR) Task Force. […]

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