Accusations Regarding Emissions Accounting ‘Reckless & False,’ Exxon Tells NY Attorney General

Accusations Regarding Emissions Accounting ‘Reckless & False,’ Exxon Tells NY Attorney General

Exxon Mobil Corp. isn’t taking lightly the accusations that it may have engaged in accounting gimmicks to downplay its CO2 releases, calling them “inflammatory and reckless.” The remarks are specifically aimed at New York’s attorney general, who had said that Exxon’s accounting of those releases … Read more…

Summit Hotel Properties Chooses Ecova to Reduce Utility Spending

Summit Hotel Properties Chooses Ecova to Reduce Utility Spending

Austin, Texas-based Summit Hotel Properties, a leading U.S. hotel owner in the upscale segment, announced on April 6 that the company has chosen the Ecova Energy & Sustainability Management Platform to minimize utility costs across 82 properties with a total of 11,095 guestrooms located in 23 states.

Study: Hawaiians Save Most on Utility Bills Due to Appliance Standards

Study: Hawaiians Save Most on Utility Bills Due to Appliance Standards

Consumers in Hawaii save the most on overall household utility bills—a whopping $945 – according to a findings of a report released on February 16 by the Appliance Standards Awareness Project (ASAP) and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

Eneractive to Conduct Energy Audits for Big Apple’s Municipal Buildings

Eneractive to Conduct Energy Audits for Big Apple’s Municipal Buildings

The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) has selected Eneractive Solutions to conduct audits and retro-commissioning projects on municipal buildings, the Edison Energy subsidiary announced on February 15.

GSEMNA Ordered by FERC to Pay $80M for Alleged Market Manipulation

GSEMNA Ordered by FERC to Pay $80M for Alleged Market Manipulation

On February 1, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued an order (Docket No. IN17-3-000) approving a settlement (158 FERC 61,105) between its Office of Enforcement and Houston-based power marketer GDF SUEZ Energy Marketing NA (GSEMNA) following an investigation into whether the retailer had violated the commission’s Prohibition of Energy Market Manipulation regulation between May 2011 and September 2013.

Benchmarking Growth Continues

Benchmarking Growth Continues

The latest city to announce an energy benchmarking program is St. Louis. The St. Louis Post Dispatch reported last week that the Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a bill that mandates the practice. The story says that most of the buildings covered are in the … Read more…

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