Wynn Boston Harbor Adds Battery Storage, Cogeneration Plants

Wynn Boston Harbor Adds Battery Storage, Cogeneration Plants

Wynn Boston Harbor, a new hotel and casino under construction on the Mystic River in Massachusetts, has plans to add battery storage, rooftop solar, and two cogeneration plants, the Chelsea Record reports. When completed, the 3 million square foot resort located in Everett will boast … Read more…

Las Vegas Sands Receives DOE Recognition for Efficiency

Las Vegas Sands Receives DOE Recognition for Efficiency

When the Las Vegas Sands Corporation bet on efficiency, it won big. This week the US Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge recognized the hospitality company for energy and water efficiency upgrades. The Better Buildings Challenge is a partnership between the DOE and more than … Read more…

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…

Veolia Checks Into the UK’s Tallest Hotel

Veolia Checks Into the UK’s Tallest Hotel

Combined heat and power (CHP) is getting quite a boost: When it is finished this autumn, the tallest hotel in the United Kingdom will use CHP to provide heat and hot water. Veolia’s technology will be used at the Novatel London Canary Wharf hotel, which … Read more…

It’s Check-In Time for Hotel Energy and Water Management

It’s Check-In Time for Hotel Energy and Water Management

From an energy efficiency standpoint, hotels seem to have much in common with office buildings. And they indeed do: Hotels and office buildings generally are large structures that often are managed in portfolios. Increasing energy efficiency at a hotel involves many of the same technical steps as doing … Read more…

LEED Report: Hospitality Efficiency Growing

LEED Report: Hospitality Efficiency Growing

The U.S. Green Building Council’s “LEED in Motion: Hospitality” report found that more than 109 million square feet of hotel space is LEED-certified, according to the organization. More than 1,400 hotels, which represent 638.7 million square feet, participate in the LEED program. The release cites … Read more…

Energy Manager Today Product & Project of the Year Award Winners Announced

Energy Manager Today Product & Project of the Year Award Winners Announced

Energy Manager Today announces the winners of the first annual Energy Manager Today Awards, a program recognizing excellence in products and services that provide companies with significant energy management benefits, or in projects implemented by companies that improved energy management and increased the bottom line. You can … Read more…

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