New Case Study Zeroes in on Target’s Demand Response Programs

New Case Study Zeroes in on Target’s Demand Response Programs

A new case study in Supply Chain Dive takes a closer look at Target Corporation’s successful demand response approach. Since piloting a program in California in 2006, the company has extended demand response to 815 locations nationwide, which covers nearly half of its stores, the … Read more…

Lithium-Ion Batteries Are Solving Data Center Challenges, but Still Need Evaluation

Lithium-Ion Batteries Are Solving Data Center Challenges, but Still Need Evaluation

As data centers evolve, and cooling, space, and bandwidth requirements increase, administrators are looking at better battery technologies to overcome challenges, and lithium-ion batteries can go a long way toward solving those challenges, according to Data Center Frontier. Traditional lead-acid batteries are considered by some … Read more…

Organizations Expect the Ability to Operate Off the Grid in 10 Years, Survey Shows

Organizations Expect the Ability to Operate Off the Grid in 10 Years, Survey Shows

Investments in energy efficiency will increase globally in 2017, according to a new Johnson Controls survey of energy and facility management executives. The survey indicated that spending on energy management will increase based on 1,243 respondents across India, China, Brazil, the US and Germany. Over half of organizations … Read more…

Practical Steps for Energy Managers to Drive a Company’s Sustainability Goals: Advice from General Motors Execs

Practical Steps for Energy Managers to Drive a Company’s Sustainability Goals: Advice from General Motors Execs

Often it falls to the energy manager to drive progress towards a company’s sustainability goals. When this happens, an energy manager is placed in a challenge position: energy managers need to learn the language of sustainability and methods in order to make sure their own energy management … Read more…

OSU Trustees to Vote This Week on $1B Energy Outsourcing Deal

OSU Trustees to Vote This Week on $1B Energy Outsourcing Deal

Ohio State University officials want to clinch a deal to lease the university’s energy facilities to a contractor that will make a $1 billion, up-front payment to the OSU endowment fund, The Columbus Dispatch reported on March 30.

The Little Engines That Could: Rail-Based Energy Storage To Go Online in Nevada Soon

The Little Engines That Could: Rail-Based Energy Storage To Go Online in Nevada Soon

A California-based company, Advanced Rail Energy Storage (ARES), is providing grid-scale energy storage using small electric locomotives, according to a March 4 report by Interesting Engineering. And there is a system ready to go online in Nevada soon.

Reach Out to Finance Execs With Data They Understand

Reach Out to Finance Execs With Data They Understand

Many approaches to gathering energy data from buildings and the equipment running within them are available. The challenge is finding ways to benefit from the mountain of data that is created. Ways must be found to use the data to build business cases and be understood by the C-level executives who ultimately must sign off on projects.

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