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Some Insurance Companies Invested Too Heavily in Fossil Fuels, says Ceres

Ken Silverstein

Some insurance companies may be investing to heavily in the fossil fuel sector. That’s according to Ceres, which looked closely at the oil and gas holdings of the top 40 US insurance groups and that collectively hold $459 billion in assets.


Ontario Investing $900M in Affordable Housing

Carl Weinschenk

Ontario will invest $900 million during the next four years in retrofits of affordable housing apartments. The funding is from the proceeds from cap and trade, according to Ontario.com. The Climate Change Action Plan – which the site says will be released this week – will feature investments of as much as $500 million in energy efficient windows,   …Continue Reading


US Military Taking No Risks by Going Green, Saving Lives and Energy

Ken Silverstein

The US Department of Defense is still known for its bravery but it’s now also known for its use of green energy, battery storage and microgrids — that is saving the lives of soldiers in the battle field while also producing cleaner energy.


Affordable Housing Pushes Energy Efficiency

Carl Weinschenk

It may sound counter-intuitive, but the biggest mover in energy efficiency in the multi-family dwelling unit sector is housing for people with low incomes.


Restaurant Supply Company Bakes Energy Efficiency into New Facility

Carl Weinschenk

Jameel Burkett, the President and CEO of Burkett Restaurant Equipment & Supplies, had a lot on his plate – no pun intended – when the company decided to move from its existing structure in Toledo to a new location in Perrysville, OH. The deal for the new building, which is about seven miles away, was finalized   …Continue Reading


It’s Check-In Time for Hotel Energy and Water Management

Carl Weinschenk

From an energy efficiency standpoint, hotels seem to have much in common with office buildings. And they indeed do: Hotels and office buildings generally are large structures that often are managed in portfolios. Increasing energy efficiency at a hotel involves many of the same technical steps as doing so in an office. But there are significant differences. MACH   …Continue Reading


Report: Aircraft Lighting Segment to Grow

Carl Weinschenk

A MarketsandMarkets report says the global aircraft lighting sector will expand at a combined annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.08 percent and reach a total value of $2.55 billion by 2021. The report says that several factors will drive the market going forward. These include growth in the number of aircraft built, increase in low cost carriers the   …Continue Reading


The Very Different Job of Managing Energy Across a Building Portfolio

Carl Weinschenk

Managers charged with overseeing energy requirements across a portfolio of buildings face a very different challenge than those responsible for a single structure.


TVA is Ditching Big Nuclear Units but May Build Smaller Modular Reactors

Ken Silverstein

The TVA is applying to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to build small modular nuclear reactors in its territory.


Shell Quietly Starts Renewable Division

Carl Weinschenk

Shell, which is the largest oil company in Europe, has established a division to invest in renewable and low-carbon power, according to The Guardian. The New Energies division, the story said, will consolidate the company’s hydrogen, biofuel and electric initiatives. It also will be the base upon which a move into wind power will be   …Continue Reading


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