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Standing strong in the storm: High buildings in high winds

Climate change is causing more frequent extreme weather events like typhoons, cyclones, and hurricanes. These strong winds buffet buildings large and small. In fact, for high-rise structures that tower 250 meters or taller, or have 50 stories or more, winds can have a stronger effect than earthquakes. How can skyscrapers

Green hydrogen to the rescue?

With the world going from one global energy crisis to another, there have been heightened calls this year to accelerate the energy transition towards renewable sources. One of the most promising sources of energy in this transition could be hydrogen. As we previously addressed, green hydrogen in particular is seen

Mar Caribe shows its new autumnal face

Spring 2022 saw the opening of Caribbean Bay’s new Mar Caribe Bayside Café. Now that fall is here and the weather is changing, it is time for this mini resort named after the Spanish for “Caribbean Sea” to show its new face. Mar Caribe has undergone both a makeover and

Samsung C&T is serious about safety of construction sites around the world

With the climate crisis and the growing importance of energy security, investment in green power infrastructure is increasing. Solar energy is one of the most important renewable energy resources. In 2021, solar energy, together with wind, accounted for 10.3% of worldwide electrical generation. In 2021, 168 Gigawatts (GW) of new

Samsung C&T to build mega solar power project in Qatar

With the climate crisis and the growing importance of energy security, investment in green power infrastructure is increasing. Solar energy is one of the most important renewable energy resources. In 2021, solar energy, together with wind, accounted for 10.3% of worldwide electrical generation. In 2021, 168 Gigawatts (GW) of new

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