Industrial Entities in Emerging Economies Adopt EMS Solutions at a Furious Rate

Industrial Entities in Emerging Economies Adopt EMS Solutions at a Furious Rate

Industrial entities in emerging economies are widely adopting comprehensive energy management solutions; China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Brazil, Argentina, Russia, Mexico and South Africa hold significant promise for the global energy management systems market, according to Transparency Market Research’s new study, Energy Management Systems (EMS) Market … Read more…

Demand Grows in Rhode Island for Commercial Clean Energy Projects

Demand Grows in Rhode Island for Commercial Clean Energy Projects

A program designed to finance projects to make commercial buildings more energy efficient is growing in Rhode Island, according to a May 5 report by Rhode Island Public Radio.  Thirteen more municipalities are working to participate in the Rhode Island Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy … Read more…

Minnesota Capitol Complex to Use 33% Renewably Sourced Base Energy

Minnesota Capitol Complex to Use 33% Renewably Sourced Base Energy

Beginning May 16, through a pilot program between Minnesota and Xcel Energy, 33 percent of the base energy used at the State Capitol Complex in St. Paul will come from renewable sources.

St. Paul to Power 25% of Municipal Buildings with Solar

St. Paul to Power 25% of Municipal Buildings with Solar

St. Paul, Minnesota, city officials have negotiated an agreement with GreenMark Solar to power one-quarter of the state capital’s municipal buildings with electricity derived from community solar gardens, the Twin Cities Pioneer Press reported on April 24.

Panasonic Tests Solar+Storage Using Younicos Li-ion Battery at Denver’s Peña Station NEXT

Panasonic Tests Solar+Storage Using Younicos Li-ion Battery at Denver’s Peña Station NEXT

Younicos announced on April 18 that it had commissioned a commercial 1-MW/2-MWh lithium-ion battery system in Denver that will serve as a key part of a futuristic solar-plus-storage microgrid – and a smart neighborhood – being tested by Japanese electronics giant Panasonic.

It’s Atlanta Versus Boston in Third Annual Better Buildings SWAP

It’s Atlanta Versus Boston in Third Annual Better Buildings SWAP

Could harnessing America’s binge-watching habits change the world? The third annual U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings SWAP – a reality TV-style challenge between the cities of Atlanta and Boston to seek better energy efficiency ideas for each other – is about to launch.

Revolution Lighting to Implement Energy Efficiency Retrofits for 20,000 C&I Utility Customers in Connecticut

Revolution Lighting to Implement Energy Efficiency Retrofits for 20,000 C&I Utility Customers in Connecticut

Connecticut’s Small Business Energy Advantage Program has selected the Energy Source division of LED fixture provider Revolution Lighting Technologies to provide cost-effective, turnkey, energy retrofit solutions to about 20,000 commercial and industrial customers of regional electric distribution company United Illuminating.

Ground Is Broken on Pioneering New York City Microgrid Project

Ground Is Broken on Pioneering New York City Microgrid Project

Construction began on April 11 on a pioneering solar-energy-plus-storage microgrid at Marcus Garvey Village, a mixed-income rental apartment complex in Brooklyn, New York, purchased and renovated by L+M Development Partners.

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