Accuray Research LLP has released research that predicts that the industrial cooling system market will grow at 5.8 percent worldwide during the next ten years. The value of the segment, the study says, will be about $22.5 billion in 2025. Drivers of the growth … Read more…
Believing that its aspirations and performance too far outpace targets of the International Energy Conservation Code, Boulder, Colorado, is striking out on its own with a new, city-specific energy code that it believes will be stricter on emissions and easier for customers to use, according to a February 25 by the Boulder Daily Camera.
There are two distinct levels to the Internet of Things (IoT). The one with which most people are familiar connects consumer devices and other relatively lightweight pieces of equipment. The other is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). As the name implies, its realm is … Read more…
The St. Louis’ Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a bill (Board Bill No. 205) on February 1 that establishes an energy monitoring, or “benchmarking,” requirement for certain commercial properties.
xcelis Technologies of Beverly, Massachusetts, a provider of equipment and services to the semiconductor manufacturing industry, has completed a “turnkey LED lighting retrofit” of its 400,000 square foot advanced technology center facilities, including interior and exterior spaces.
Eighty-seven leading global companies – among them, Ikea USA, Hewlett Packard, and Tata Motors – confirm the strong business case for sourcing 100 percent renewable electricity in the newly released RE100 Annual Report 2017.
The Idaho National Laboratory has announced that it will help operate a new U.S. Department of Energy institute – the Reducing Embodied-energy and Decreasing Emissions Institute, or REMADE – which will investigate how to increase manufacturing efficiency, according to a January 5 report by the Idaho Falls Post Register.