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Lighting Control Company Offers Smart Lighting to Costa Rica

Limelight, a manufacturer of wireless lighting controls, has been providing energy efficiency to parking garages across North America for nearly a decade, and has now expanded its market reach to Central America. The 100-acre campus at America Free Zone (AFZ) provides services to companies looking … Read more…

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Largest Deployment of Fuel Cells for the Data Center Industry to Provide More Than 37 MWs of Power

Equinix, a global data center company, has announced the signing of a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) between a subsidiary of Southern Company and Equinix in which Bloom Energy fuel cells will be installed at 12 International Business Exchange (IBX) data centers in the U.S.  The … Read more…

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World’s Largest Data Center Being Built In Arctic Circle

The Arctic Circle will be home to the world’s largest data center, a facility with a goal of being powered 100% by renewable energy. Located close to 150 miles north of the Arctic Circle, in Bellangen, Norway, the facility is within 25 kilometers of large … Read more…

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Facebook to Open Renewables-Powered Data Center in Ohio

Facebook announced this week that its 10th U.S.-based data center will be located in New Albany, Ohio, just north of Columbus. The $750 million, 22-acre data plant is expected to employ 100 people and be powered exclusively by renewable energy. According to abcnews.go.com, Rachel Peterson, the … Read more…

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Canadian Plant Receives More Than $140,000 for Energy Efficient Efforts

Pilkington Glass plant in Ontario, Canada, received $146,049 for its energy conservation efforts, part of the Save on Energy Retrofit Program. Pilkington, manufacturer of glass for buildings and vehicles, made upgrades to the plant’s compressed air system and dryers. The upgrades resulted in a substantial … Read more…

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How Businesses’ ‘Open Door Policy’ Costs Owners and the Environment

Businesses such as restaurants and retailers often choose to leave their doors open during the summer months, hoping to lure potential customers inside. But these businesses contribute to CO2 in the atmosphere and help increase the risk of blackouts. According to New York-based energy giant … Read more…

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Fleet Operators Could Eliminate GHGs With New Shore Power Solution

A shore power solution has just been unveiled at the Port of Montreal, with the Holland America Cruise Ship Veendam being the first to test it. The cruise ship successfully shut off its diesel engines after docking at the new Alexandra Cruise Terminal in Montreal. … Read more…

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Number of Zero-Net Energy Buildings Surges

The number of zero-net energy (ZNE) commercial buildings in the United States doubled between 2014 and 2017, according to newbuildings.org. As facilityexecutive.com points out, the growth is due primarily to industry leadership, technology market evolution, construction workforce development, policies, and consumer awareness. Also helping the … Read more…

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