Christian Bonawandt
Christian Bonawandt

Christian Bonawandt has spent the past 12 years learning about new trends in industry, and then relaying it to manufacturers so they can become more successful. As Senior Editor of ThomasNet News, he edits and writes the news and features on two of ThomasNet News’ publications and e-newsletters: Industry Market Trends (IMT) and Green & Clean Journal.

For IMT, ThomasNet News’ flagship publication, his coverage includes federal policy, economic trends, global trade, emerging markets, and other issues that affect industrial and manufacturing companies of all sizes. For Green & Clean Journal, he keeps readers abreast of the latest innovations in sustainable manufacturing, the cleantech industry, and alternative energy and related technologies.

Christian joined ThomasNet in 2011 and served as a senior strategic content writer before joining ThomasNet News. Previously, he was Editor-in-Chief of FLEXO Magazine, a trade publication for the industrial printing and packaging industry. He also has experience as a public relations consultant, specializing in medical products.

Christian earned a B.A. in English Language and Literature from Long Island University, and a professional certificate in Advanced Integrated Marketing Communications Strategies from New York University.

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Auto and Industrial Emission Control Driving the Global Nanocatalysts Market

A combination of increasingly tough environmental protection and emission control regulations and rapidly growing demand for cars in Asia and other parts of the world are fueling a surge in demand for nanocatalysts across a range of application areas.

Auto and Industrial Emission Control Driving the Global Nanocatalysts Market

A combination of increasingly tough environmental protection and emission control regulations and rapidly growing demand for cars in Asia and other parts of the world are fueling a surge in demand for nanocatalysts across a range of application areas.

Manchester Valley High School. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

High School Student to Machine Parts for NASA

One student at the Manchester Valley High School, Manchester, Md., has taken on the challenge of machining parts for NASA.

New CNC Turning Centers Use 3D Controls

DMG Mori Seiki has introduced two new CNC turning centers that can utilize one of three types of 3D control technologies.

Massachusetts and California Ranked Most Energy Efficient States

The 2013 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard provides a broad assessment of policies and programs that improve energy efficiency in homes, businesses, industries, and transportation systems. The latest report shows several states boosting their rankings as a result of increased commitments and new programs dedicated to improving energy performance across many private and public sectors.

Massachusetts and California Ranked Most Energy Efficient States

The 2013 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard provides a broad assessment of policies and programs that improve energy efficiency in homes, businesses, industries, and transportation systems. The latest report shows several states boosting their rankings as a result of increased commitments and new programs dedicated to improving energy performance across many private and public sectors.

INFOGRAPHIC: Distributed Generation Will Alter Energy Company Business Models

A survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers reveals that 94 percent of utility companies foresee important changes taking place in their business models. This will be brought on by several factors, the most critical of which is the rise of distributed generation.

INFOGRAPHIC: Distributed Generation Will Alter Energy Company Business Models

A survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers reveals that 94 percent of utility companies foresee important changes taking place in their business models. This will be brought on by several factors, the most critical of which is the rise of distributed generation.

Natural Gas Boosting Economy While Lowering Carbon Dioxide

Both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Energy Information Agency (EIA) have released unrelated reports showing the decline of carbon emissions in the U.S. The agencies agree that warmer weather and the rise of natural gas are major contributing factors.

Natural Gas Boosting Economy While Lowering Carbon Dioxide

Both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Energy Information Agency (EIA) have released unrelated reports showing the decline of carbon emissions in the U.S. The agencies agree that warmer weather and the rise of natural gas are major contributing factors.

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