About Tom Lombardo
Tom Lombardo
Dr. Tom Lombardo is a professor emeritus of engineering technology, an instructional designer, a writer, and an armchair philosopher. Tom is the co-owner and president of the communication firm Tohoca, LLC. In his spare time, he makes somewhat recognizable sounds with an acoustic guitar.

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This Week in Green Tech: STEM Lessons, Solar Power and the Coronavirus, and More
Solar power, green energy sources are helping to cope with overflow during COVID-19, and more.
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This Week in Green Tech: Energy Harvesting for IoT, Record-breaking Solar Cells, More States Committing to Renewable Energy, and Digital Twins
Microwatt energy harvesting, megawatt solar arrays and digital twins—current green technology.
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This Week in Green Tech: Economic Stimulus, Energy Storage, Data Centers, and NABCEP Training
We take a look at a job-creating renewable energy stimulus plan, energy storage projects, and more.
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This Week in Green Tech: How COVID-19 Will Affect the Renewable Energy Industries
Engineering.com takes a look at COVID-19’s impact on the solar and wind industries.
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Cubbit: P2P Cloud-Based Storage
Cubbit wants to move online storage from the cloud to the "swarm." Will it live up to the buzz?
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Bifacial Solar Modules: Estimating Performance in the Field
Studies are helping engineers make better estimates of energy production from bifacial solar arrays.
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Floating Photovoltaic Farms: An Engineer’s Handbook
Floating solar arrays could generate 400GW of clean electricity.
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Nanoparticles Pave the Way for a Million-Mile EV Battery
An inexpensive cathode-coating process may be the key to longer-lasting batteries.
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E-Bikes Can Travel a Thousand Miles on a Dollar of Electricity
Two new e-bikes are hitting the market in 2020. Let’s check out the technology that makes them go.
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Solar Storage Startup Wins Innovation Award
Yotta Energy developed a plug-n-play battery system for behind-the-meter energy storage with solar.
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Solar-Powered IoT Sensors Could Improve Nation's Infrastructure
Smart sensors may be the key to restoring our crumbling infrastructure.
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The Reality of eBus Flash-Charging
Engineering.com cuts through the hype of the eBus that charges in seconds.
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Three Benefits of Electric School Buses
Electric school buses can reduce carbon emissions, save money, and bolster the power grid.
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Engineering Challenge: Design a Waterless Solar Panel Cleaner
A sustainable energy company is looking for design ideas for an autonomous PV panel cleaning system.
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Infographic: How Green is Your EV? We Do the Math on Electric Cars.
EVs don't emit greenhouse gases themselves but how is the electricity generated to charge them?
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Multi-Function LED Lamps with Built-In Wireless Chargers
Take a look at the features and underlying technology of some commercial LED-based lamps.
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Green Technology IoT-Based Fans from ebm-papst
Energy-efficient fans can significantly reduce power consumption in many applications.
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Spray-On Antennas and Low-Cost Sensors Are Making IoT Ubiquitous
These spray-on antennas outperform metals and graphene, enabling IoT products to be used virtually a...
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An Inside View of a 3D Imaging Chip
New chip uses 72 transceivers to produce high-res 3D images for machine vision applications.
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Bifacial Solar Modules Decrease Cost of Energy
Two-sided solar modules could increase solar energy production by up to 30% and decrease Levelized C...
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