About Tom Lombardo
Tom Lombardo
Dr. Tom Lombardo is an engineer, a professor, a certified Professional Energy Manager, and an armchair philosopher. Tom teaches engineering, microcontrollers, and sustainable energy systems. In his spare time he makes somewhat recognizable sounds with an acoustic guitar.

You can contact Tom via Twitter at @DrTomLombardo or connect with him on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/tlombardo. Tom also maintains the Sustainable Energy Today page on Facebook.

This HVAC optimizer could reduce HVAC energy consumption by up to 30%. More >>

 

Carbon nanotubes, vortex reduction, and solar cells with integrated batteries: How will these NASA p... More >>

 

Caterpillar's Microgrid Technology Suite integrates renewable energy sources, energy storage, and co... More >>

 

The Smart Grid will come with varying rate plans. This analysis can help you choose the best plan fo... More >>

 

For savvy consumers, this combination of technology can reduce electric bills. More >>

 

Wireless EV charging offers convenience, but is that enough to justify the added expense? Maybe ther... More >>

 

Energy storage is the key to renewable energy and electric vehicles, and the Advanced Research Proje... More >>

 

This portable microgrid can be set up in five minutes and runs forever on renewable energy. More >>

 

A city in Delaware moves to renewable energy, converting an oil-based power plant into an energy sto... More >>

 

Intelligent lighting coupled with Power Over Ethernet makes for an energy-efficient and effective wo... More >>

 

This battery company is building the world's largest Lithium NMC energy storage system for frequency... More >>

 

Passive WiFi could let certain IoT devices run without a power source. Here's how it works. More >>

 

Cisco's Digital Ceiling will offer building occupants a combination of information, energy manageme... More >>

 

This award-winning house has an average energy bill less than $2 per month. How did they do it? More >>

 

When adding generating capacity to the grid, are renewables a good economic choice? This NREL report... More >>

 

Page 1 of 14First   Previous   [1]  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Next   Last