Businesses Looking for an Energy Efficient Utility Might Mull Massachusetts

Businesses Looking for an Energy Efficient Utility Might Mull Massachusetts

The more energy efficient a utility is, the more likely that business customers will be paying less when it comes to their electricity bills, and a new scorecard from the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) indicates that Eversource Massachusetts and National Grid … Read more…

Microgrid Use on the Rise with Military and Beyond

Microgrid Use on the Rise with Military and Beyond

The use of a microgrid system could help the US military stay operational in the case of an attack on America’s main electricity grid. The findings were published in a paper by Michigan Technological University engineering and energy policy experts, who say going off-grid — by … Read more…

C&I Customers of Con Ed Will See Energy Savings, Reduced Bills with 5-Year Smart Meter Plan

C&I Customers of Con Ed Will See Energy Savings, Reduced Bills with 5-Year Smart Meter Plan

(Pictured: Brookly Navy Yard) Commercial customers of Con Edison in New York and New Jersey will benefit from the energy-delivery company’s five-year smart meter installation program that starts this year, Con Edison’s chairman and CEO John McAvoy told employees at its annual meeting yesterday. The … Read more…

Boeing Launches VC Division, Invests in Electric Airplane Developer

Boeing Launches VC Division, Invests in Electric Airplane Developer

Chicago-based aerospace company Boeing has formed a small venture-capital division called HorizonX to “turn new ideas and businesses into reality” – among them, a pioneering enterprise to develop a small hybrid-electric aircraft that would be suitable for regional consumer travel, “out to a thousand miles,” and that could be built “by the 2020s.”

Average U.S. Hospital Pays $3/Square Foot for Energy

Average U.S. Hospital Pays $3/Square Foot for Energy

Grumman/Butkus Associates, a Chicago based, energy efficiency consultancy, released the latest edition of its annual Hospital Energy and Water Benchmarking Survey earlier this month – including usage and costs for fossil fuels and electricity. Since the survey was first conducted more than 20 years ago, the overall fossil fuel usage in healthcare facilities has trended downward, but the consumption of electricity has not decreased significantly, according to survey findings.

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