Finnish Marine Industry Invests in Ship Energy Systems Modernization

Finnish Marine Industry Invests in Ship Energy Systems Modernization

Finnish marine companies joined a new collaborative project to improve ship energy systems. Project coordinator Zou Guangrong discusses what this means for shipping in Finland and beyond.

Willis Tower Elevator Modernization Cuts Energy Usage by 35%

Willis Tower Elevator Modernization Cuts Energy Usage by 35%

For the first time, the elevators in Chicago’s Willis Tower are getting replaced with new systems that promise to get passengers to their destinations faster and cut energy usage by an estimated 35%.

Wish List Drones Fly Power Lines to Poles in Puerto Rico

Wish List Drones Fly Power Lines to Poles in Puerto Rico

Drones used to be on the futuristic wish list of energy management tools a few years ago. But now real-life commercial drone deployments are picking up, and not just for inspections. Duke Energy reported this week that the company’s drone team used the drones to … Read more…

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…

Citi to Power Texas Data Center with 50% Retail, Renewable Energy

Citi has entered into a contract to purchase retail, renewable power from MP2 Energy for a multi-year term at its Roanoke, Texas, data center, the financial services provider announced on January 10. The contract will provide Green-e certified renewable energy for 50 percent of the … Read more…

NorthStar ACE Protects Telecom Backups

NorthStar ACE Protects Telecom Backups

NorthStar has introduced NorthStar Advanced Connected Energy (ACE), a system aimed at batteries used as backups by telecommunications networks. The company says that 15 million to 20 million such batteries are purchased annually for this purpose and that more than half of these must be replaced … Read more…

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