Denver May Track Building Energy Use

Denver May Track Building Energy Use

The Denver City Council’s Safety, Housing, Education and Homelessness subcommittee moved forward with an ordinance that would require commercial and multifamily buildings larger than 25,000 square feet to measure and report energy use, according to Denverite. The proposal is slated for a vote of the … Read more…

Brookfield, Urban American Upgrading Harlem Apartments

Brookfield, Urban American Upgrading Harlem Apartments

  Brookfield Property Partners and Urban American is spending $16 million for energy efficiency upgrades and retrofits for 3,000 apartment units in Harlem, N.Y. Crain’s New York Business says that the plan is to replace about 6,000 windows and seal cracks in five buildings. A cogeneration … Read more…

Anaerobic Digester Project Starts on Long Island, NY

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the launch of an anaerobic digester facility in the Long Island town of Yaphank. Anaerobic digestion is a biological process that leads to the release of biogas. The new center will be operated by American Organic Energy at Long … Read more…

CHP Offers Major Benefits to NY Commercial Property Owners

CHP Offers Major Benefits to NY Commercial Property Owners

Combined heat and power, also known as co-generation, is a worthwhile investment for mid-size to large commercial property owners in New York, particularly in the five boroughs of New York City where a variety of financial incentives are available, according to a white paper issued … Read more…

Boston is Top City for Energy Savings

Boston is Top City for Energy Savings

In a report on how US cities fared in saving energy, Boston topped the list, followed by Portland, with New York and San Francisco close behind and tied for third place. Seattle and Austin were in the 5th and 6th places. The American Council for … Read more…

NJ Program Gives Business a Break on Energy-Efficiency Projects

NJ Program Gives Business a Break on Energy-Efficiency Projects

A new program in New Jersey will allow large commercial and industrial facilities to offset surcharges on their gas and electric bills to pay for energy-efficiency projects, NJ Spotlight reports. The program gives some commercial users a credit against their Societal Benefits Charge (SBC) to … Read more…

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