MGM Resorts, Other Hospitality Groups Chip Away at Energy Costs – Here’s How (And Why)

MGM Resorts, Other Hospitality Groups Chip Away at Energy Costs – Here’s How (And Why)

Smart building owners and developers who implement energy management efforts within their buildings and organizations use sustainability and energy efficient initiatives because of the business case, which ultimately comes down to reducing energy use and spend, while improving the reliability of its energy sources – but sometimes, … Read more…

It’s Atlanta Versus Boston in Third Annual Better Buildings SWAP

It’s Atlanta Versus Boston in Third Annual Better Buildings SWAP

Could harnessing America’s binge-watching habits change the world? The third annual U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings SWAP – a reality TV-style challenge between the cities of Atlanta and Boston to seek better energy efficiency ideas for each other – is about to launch.

DOE Recognizes Denver for Energy Efficiency

DOE Recognizes Denver for Energy Efficiency

The Energy Department and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development are recognizing the Denver Housing Authority (DHA) and the City of Denver for their leadership in the Better Buildings Challenge. At North Lincoln Homes, the DHA Better Buildings Challenge showcase project, the DHA … Read more…

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San Antonio Macy’s Store Showcases Better Buildings Challenge Measures

Through the DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge, Macy’s has committed to reduce its energy use by 20 percent across its entire building portfolio by 2020. At Macy’s Better Buildings Challenge showcase project in San Antonio, Texas, the retailer has reduced the store’s electricity use by 30 … Read more…

DOE Announces 20 New Better Buildings Challenge Partners

More than 20 new Better Buildings Challenge partners have committed to improving energy efficiency across their respective building portfolios by 20 percent over the next decade, the US Department of Energy (DOE) announced. These new partners bring with them more than 70 million square feet … Read more…

Roanoke Achieves 16% Energy Savings Since 2009

Roanoke Achieves 16% Energy Savings Since 2009

The city of Roanoke, Va., through the DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge, has committed to 20 percent savings by 2020 across more than 25 buildings, covering one million square feet. Roanoke has already achieved 16 percent energy savings since 2009, and its Better Buildings Challenge showcase … Read more…

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