The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) elected new officers last month. The Chairman now is Chris Drew, the executive Vice President of Burnham Holdings. The Vice Chairman is Chris Peel (President and Chief Operating Officer, Rheem); Ron Duncan (President, Magic Aire) and the Immediate Past President is Dough Young (President and COO, Lennox International). …Continue Reading
Hotels are 24/7 businesses that lend themselves to evolving energy efficiency technologies and best practices.
It’s a bit counter-intuitive to think of energy efficiency as a resource. But the AEEE did just that – and found that it is third in the electric generation segment. And it may top the list in 2030.
PACE programs are potent financing vehicles for commercial and residential upgrades and retrofits. Not everybody is happy with how they operate and are marketed, however.
Most people agree that networked LEDs are a good thing. Getting there isn’t easy, however. The DLC aims to help.
The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) and its global arm – the International Society of Broadband Experts (ISBE) said today that they are joining Villanova University’s Resilient Innovation through Sustainable Engineering Forum (RISE). RISE, the press release says, aims to advance sustainable enterprises. It says that that mission aligns with the SCTE/ISBE Energy 2020 …Continue Reading
The rise of solar and wind power is leading to an explosion in energy storage, according to the U.S. Energy Storage Monitor 2015, which was released last week by GTM Research and the Energy Storage Association. The study found that the overall U.S. energy storage market grew by 243 percent in 2015 and predicts that …Continue Reading
Energy audits are important tools in crafting policies and creating efficient infrastructures. It is, after all, impossible to fix what is wrong in a building without having a clear idea of what is going on. The good news is that auditing tools are improving. Today, however, audits are not well monitored or managed, at least according to Jim Kelsey, …Continue Reading
The Green Communities Fund, a program from the Georgia Cities Foundation, is offering rebates for energy improvements in structures in the downtown of any city in the state. The rebate will be 25 percent of the pre-approved improvement costs, from a minimum of $2,500 to a maximum of $100,000. The structures can be commercial, mixed-use …Continue Reading