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Chicago Church Strives for Energy Efficiency

Carl Weinschenk

A National Catholic Reporter feature describes the progress toward energy efficiency being made at St. Mary of the Angels Church in the Bucktown section of the north side of Chicago.


Behind the Meter Podcast: Seeing U-Haul’s HQ Parking Structure in a New (LED) Light

Carl Weinschenk

Energy Manager Today discusses Cree’s LED retrofit of U-Haul’s corporate headquarters parking facility in Phoenix.


Lunera Intros Pathway and Entryway LED

Carl Weinschenk

Lunera has introduced the HID LED 360 lamp.


Taking Control with Lighting Controls

Carl Weinschenk

Tight control of two main facets of lights – the type and how they are controlled – can lead to great savings for enterprises.


High Bay Light from GlacialLight

Carl Weinschenk

GlacialLight has introduced the GL-BL 190 High Bay Light.


Revolution Lighting Technologies in NJ, PA Schools

Carl Weinschenk

Revolution Lighting Technologies announced this week that it has been awarded contracts for LED conversions for five school systems in two states.


Led by Affordable Housing, Peabody Properties Aims to Cut Energy Spending by 20%

Carl Weinschenk

An active area for energy efficiency is affordable housing. That sounds ironic: How can a sector in which end users are cash-constrained be a hotbed of activity? The answer is simple: The reality that tenants are on a set income makes those that serve them look elsewhere for profits — and energy efficiency is one of those areas.


Ameresco Wins Public Sector Work in the U.K.

Carl Weinschenk

Ameresco UK has gotten a place on four public service “frameworks” in the United Kingdom.


Padres Lose Games – But Cut Energy Use

Carl Weinschenk

The San Diego Union-Tribune posted a feature on energy efficiency steps that are being taken at Petco Park, the home of the San Diego Padres baseball team.


Updating the Army: Retrofitting Energy and Water Systems at the Tobyhanna Depot

Carl Weinschenk

The U.S. Army facility that Honeywell is retrofitting near Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, traces its roots back more than a century. While it is virtually impossible that any energy or water systems – or even the buildings themselves – that were there at the start are in use, the base does still rely in part on Word War II-era infrastructure.