NYSERDA Offers $10 Million for Commercial and Industrial Building Energy Projects

NYSERDA Offers $10 Million for Commercial and Industrial Building Energy Projects

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) made $10 million available this week for clean energy projects to reduce carbon emissions at commercial and industrial buildings throughout the state.

Massachusetts Awards Facilities $4 Million in Energy Grants

Massachusetts Awards Facilities $4 Million in Energy Grants

Massachusetts drinking water and wastewater facilities received a total of $4 million in grants to reduce energy use, increase energy efficiency, and generate renewable energy.

Shipping Industry Agrees To Historic Global Emissions Cut

Shipping Industry Agrees To Historic Global Emissions Cut

International Maritime Organization member nations agreed to reduce total annual global shipping greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008 levels.

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Federal agencies, among the largest consumers of energy, are focused on ensuring they’re operating as efficiently as possible while making sure power is available when and where it’s needed, according to software-industrial company Honeywell. The company’s VP Kevin Madden shares thoughts on the significance of the project.

Minimize Challenges to Portfolio-Wide Retrofits with These Best Practices, RMI Says

Minimize Challenges to Portfolio-Wide Retrofits with These Best Practices, RMI Says

Portfolio property owners are facing unprecedented pressure from the market to upgrade their building stock to be more intelligent and environmentally sustainable, yet most building energy retrofits miss the distinct needs of their owners. But by using a new toolset encompassing tested and proven best practices, portfolio owners can overcome these challenges and reap savings, RMI says.

New Orleans Will Explore ‘Smart City’ Approach To Energy

New Orleans Will Explore ‘Smart City’ Approach To Energy

The New Orleans City Council’s Utility, Cable, Telecommunications, and Technology Committee unanimously passed a resolution this week to explore a “smart city” approach that could include grid modernization and energy-efficient buildings. Smart cities have taken off in recent years around the world, defined by their … Read more…

NYSERDA Offers $12 Million for Building Energy Use Improvements

NYSERDA Offers $12 Million for Building Energy Use Improvements

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $12 million in New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) funding to improve energy efficiency for industrial and multifamily buildings. The state is also expanding its Real Time Energy Management initiative for monitoring energy and identifying … Read more…

As Demand for ‘Thermal Comfort’ Grows, So Does Urgent Need for Energy Efficient Materials & Solutions

As Demand for ‘Thermal Comfort’ Grows, So Does Urgent Need for Energy Efficient Materials & Solutions

Technologies that improve energy efficiency – such as improvements in building envelope, controls, HVAC, insulation materials and products, window and solar transmittance controls, among others – will need to be overwhelmingly adopted to meet demand as

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