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2018

Construction Dive | August 7, 2018

“Workforce Shortages – The Commodity of Skills”
Are skilled craft professionals becoming scarce? With the construction industry continuing to expand — 282,000 jobs were added over the past year — and baby boomers retiring, the answer is overwhelmingly yes.

CIO Review | August 7, 2018

“A Leap Toward Construction Efficiency”
With technology enabling more efficient work environments, it’s time to evolve old systems to be more accurate. See this feature article by Faith Technologies’ Virtual Construction Technology Manager, Lonnie Cumpton, on data unification in construction.

ENR Midwest | August 1, 2018

“Top Specialty Contractors Still Growing Midwest Business”
The top specialty contractors in the Midwest collectively performed nearly $10 billion in business last year, according to a preliminary version of our ENR Midwest Top Specialty Contractors list.

News Talk 1150 WHBY | July 27, 2018

“Focus Fox Valley with Hayley Tenpas at EAA”
Faith Technologies VP of investments, Charlie Fredrickson, did a highly informative interview with Haley Tenpas at EAA AirVenture last week. Click on the third recording here to learn about our mobile microgrid and its numerous applications.

Fox 11 News | July 26, 2018

“New Technology Harnesses Clean Energy for Electrical Plane”
At EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, a brand new technology was unveiled. It is called a mobile microgrid and is designed by Faith Technologies. The microgrid contains three energy resources: solar, battery and a fuel cell. The first-of-its-kind technology was used to charge another first-of-its-kind electrical plane.

NBC26 | July 25, 2018

“Faith Technologies Launches Clean Energy Microgrid at EAA AirVenture”
This week at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Faith Technologies, in partnership with Excellerate Manufacturing, unveiled a clean energy mobile microgrid. The company says the microgrid offers efficiency, sustainability and is a cost-effective, eco-friendly way to produce and distribute energy.

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh | July 25, 2018

“Faith Debuts Microgrid Portable Power Station”
Faith Technologies is using EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 as the debut venue for  its microgrid, a new, movable energy source that can provide industrial levels of power at remote locations. In just a few years the Menasha, Wisconsin, company has grown from a regional electrical contractor into a national provider of innovative energy solutions.

Solar Novus Today | July 24, 2018

“Mobile Microgrid Energy Solution Puts Power Anywhere”
Faith Technologies recently unveiled one of the country’s most comprehensive microgrids at the Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve in Appleton, Wisconsin, demonstrating their innovative energy capabilities. As a follow-up to the advanced, stationary microgrid, Faith has launched a new mobile microgrid that will help serve mission-critical government buildings, military operations, telecommunications, off-the-grid locations, businesses affected by natural disasters or power outages, and any locations that can’t afford to be without power.

Power Magazine | July 1, 2018

“Advanced Microgrid a Natural Fit for Wisconsin Project”
Advances in microgrid technology have allowed more facilities to generate their own power, which is either islanded or connected to the larger grid. Industrial complexes, military bases, college campuses, and other facilities are taking advantage of the value of generating their own electricity, along with the resilience it offers.

NCCER | June 28, 2018

“Supporting Healthy Lifestyles Through Wellness at Work”
“Since joining Faith, I have made positive health choices and changes.” “It’s obvious we are serious about wellness as a company and that sets a good example.” “It is good to know that your employer wants to take an active role in helping you to lead a healthy lifestyle.” These are just a few direct quotes from our latest employee wellness survey at Faith Technologies.

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