Plans Cancelled for Massive Floating Solar Farm in California

Plans Cancelled for Massive Floating Solar Farm in California

  A major solar power project slated for six wastewater holding ponds in California’s Sonoma County has been cancelled. According to pressdemocrat.com, Sonoma Clean Power, the county’s public power supplier, cited several reasons for the cancelling of the project, including President Donald Trump’s recently-announced tariff on … Read more…

New York Aims for New, Ambitious Energy Goals

New York Aims for New, Ambitious Energy Goals

  Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced an ambitious acceleration of energy efficiencyin New York, including a comprehensive plan to achieve a new target for significant greenhouse gas emission reductions, decrease consumer energy costs and create job opportunities. Meeting the new energy efficiency target will … Read more…

Massachusetts Awards Facilities $4 Million in Energy Grants

Massachusetts Awards Facilities $4 Million in Energy Grants

Massachusetts drinking water and wastewater facilities received a total of $4 million in grants to reduce energy use, increase energy efficiency, and generate renewable energy.

Arizona Building Built in 1986 Undergoes Retrofit, Saving 160,000 KWH Per Year

Arizona Building Built in 1986 Undergoes Retrofit, Saving 160,000 KWH Per Year

  A 24-story building built in 1986 recently underwent an energy efficiency retrofit, resulting in energy savings of 160,000 KWH per year. The energy savings gained were attributed to implementing a combination of low cost best practices and equipment replacement projects: Using SMARTPneumatics to complete … Read more…

Morgan Stanley Switches 600 Branches To Energy-Efficient Lighting

Morgan Stanley Switches 600 Branches To Energy-Efficient Lighting

Morgan Stanley is collaborating with GE’s energy-focused startup Current to upgrade lighting at more than 600 retail branches. The companies say they expect the program to reduce lighting-related energy consumption by as much as 50% in some branches.

Shipping Industry Agrees To Historic Global Emissions Cut

Shipping Industry Agrees To Historic Global Emissions Cut

International Maritime Organization member nations agreed to reduce total annual global shipping greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008 levels.

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Federal agencies, among the largest consumers of energy, are focused on ensuring they’re operating as efficiently as possible while making sure power is available when and where it’s needed, according to software-industrial company Honeywell. The company’s VP Kevin Madden shares thoughts on the significance of the project.

Viking Line Adds Wind Power To Passenger Ship, Cutting Fuel Consumption

Viking Line Adds Wind Power To Passenger Ship, Cutting Fuel Consumption

In a World’s first, Viking Line equipped its passenger ship Viking Grace with a rotor sail for wind power. The rotor sail developed by Finnish company Norsepower is expected to cut fuel consumption and also reduce carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 900 metric tons annually.

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