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Challenged By Crisis, The Electric Grid Decentralizes

Feb 25, 2019 No Comments by

Once hailed the world’s greatest interconnected system, the U.S. electric power grid is undergoing a slow but steady shift to decentralize.. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Miami Tourism Sets Record In 2018, Surpassing Gains In 2017

Jan 28, 2019 No Comments by

Not only were hotel occupancy rates and average room rates up in 2018, but revpar (revenue per available room), considered the holy grail in the hotel industry, gained significantly. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Amazon’s HQ2: The Multifamily Impact

Nov 26, 2018 No Comments

Local executives weigh in on the implications for Crystal City, Va., and Long Island City, N.Y.,–Amazon’s choices for twin campuses. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Higher Water Fees Pass Miami-Dade’s Final Budget Approval, But Not At The Rate Originally Proposed

Sep 24, 2018 No Comments

Miami-Dade has some of the lowest water rates in the country, and the proposed higher fees in 2019 would still leave its Water and Sewer Department short-staffed, according to the budget. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FO MORE

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