Smart Tech Retrofits for Office Buildings Can Cut Energy Bills by 18%

Smart Tech Retrofits for Office Buildings Can Cut Energy Bills by 18%

Smart buildings that rely on interconnected technologies can provide building owners and occupants significant energy savings, a new report from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) concludes. In particular, the average office building can save 18% of its whole building energy use through … Read more…

Report: Global Zero Energy Buildings Market Growth of 39% CAGR by 2021

Report: Global Zero Energy Buildings Market Growth of 39% CAGR by 2021

The global zero energy buildings market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 39% by 2021, a new report from Technavio predicts. Several factors are driving the expansion, according to Technavio’s analysis. “Global Zero Energy Buildings Market 2017-2021” analyzes the market by product, … Read more…

Winter Storm Tests East Coast Commercial Buildings

Winter Storm Tests East Coast Commercial Buildings

A powerful winter storm known as a “bomb cyclone” hit the East Coast with ice, snow, and frigid temperatures this week, putting commercial buildings to the test. From Maine to Florida, commercial buildings have been running heat on high, the New York Times reported. The … Read more…

Leading Commercial Real Estate Owners Reduce Energy Consumption

Leading Commercial Real Estate Owners Reduce Energy Consumption

A new report from the Urban Land Institute’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance published this week shows that leading commercial real estate owners have demonstrated significant energy reductions since 2009. The report tracked and analyzed 8,684 properties owned or managed by Greenprint members located across … Read more…

Demand Grows in Rhode Island for Commercial Clean Energy Projects

Demand Grows in Rhode Island for Commercial Clean Energy Projects

A program designed to finance projects to make commercial buildings more energy efficient is growing in Rhode Island, according to a May 5 report by Rhode Island Public Radio.  Thirteen more municipalities are working to participate in the Rhode Island Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy … Read more…

Solar’s Next Step: Build It In, Don’t Bolt It On

Solar’s Next Step: Build It In, Don’t Bolt It On

The goal of integrating solar power into buildings instead of bolting the technology on afterwards has taken a step forward with the announcement that Tesla and Panasonic have expanded their existing relationship to include manufacture of Tesla’s solar roof products. The work will be done … Read more…

Newton, IA, Lauds Three for Efficiency Efforts

Newton, IA, Lauds Three for Efficiency Efforts

Three organizations in Newton, IA, have been honored for energy efficiency. The awards were bestowed by The Hometown Rewards program, which is sponsored by Alliant Energy. The honorees are McCall Monument, Newton Enterprises and Newton Water Pollution Control, according to the Newton Daily News. The … Read more…

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