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News

Slipstream's response to the Derek Chauvin verdict

Yesterday afternoon Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts in the murder of George Floyd. We are encouraged by this step towards justice and accountability, and we continue to mourn the loss of George Floyd and countless others who have been unjustly killed, and whose killers have not been brought to justice. There is still much work to do. George Floyd's murder and the events of the last year, including this trial, have caused trauma that is very real for many of our Black and brown employees, partners, and customers. Continue reading
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Research

DOE Commercial Energy Code Field Study

The U.S. DOE has contracted with Slipstream to lead its Commercial Energy Code Field Study being conducted in the Midwest. We are looking for commercial buildings larger than 75,000 sq. ft. with complex HVAC (heating and cooling controlled by a BAS) to participate in this study.  Continue reading
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Blog

Don’t wait—harvest that corn now

On January 20, 2021, the U.S. recommitted to the Paris Climate Agreement. Doug Ahl clicks on his stopwatch, looks at progress on the Paris goals, and reminds us of the urgency of our work. Continue reading
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Blog

Ten climate & equity expectations for the Biden/Harris administration

In light of Slipstream's federal work with the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, and national labs, Robin Lisowski unpacks what we might expect from the new administration around climate and equity. Continue reading
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Blog

Deep transformation together: inspiration from the Paris Climate Conference

On January 20, 2021, the United States recommitted to the Paris Climate Agreement. Marge Anderson shares her takeaways from the 2015 climate conference—and how Slipstream's work carries forward its ideals. Continue reading