After Lighting & HVAC Upgrades, What Comes Next? Sometimes, Solar…

After Lighting & HVAC Upgrades, What Comes Next? Sometimes, Solar…

Companies and organizations are increasingly seeing their efforts to reduce energy use pay off, but after the low-hanging fruit like upgraded lighting and HVAC has been harvested, companies are wondering “what’s next?” Often, they’re finding, the answer to that question is renewables, according to Facility … Read more…

ERC Price Benchmarks, Week Ending 5/26/17

ERC Price Benchmarks, Week Ending 5/26/17

    For the third week in a row, Energy Research Council’s (ERC) national average benchmark price for electricity rose, this time by 0.82% to $0.0760 per kilowatt hour.  Prices increased most in the District of Columbia (2.2%), Texas (1.7%), Massachusetts (1.6%), Ohio (1.3%), Connecticut … Read more…

Better Buildings Progress Report Says Companies Saved a Total of $1.9 Billion

Better Buildings Progress Report Says Companies Saved a Total of $1.9 Billion

Hundreds of organizations have engaged in energy saving efforts that have resulted in a combined 240 trillion Btus and an estimated $1.9 billion in cumulative energy and cost savings. That’s according to the Better Buildings Progress Report, which tracks accomplishments across the broader Better Buildings … Read more…

Retailer Macy’s Adds 21 Rooftop Solar Arrays, Three with Storage

Retailer Macy’s Adds 21 Rooftop Solar Arrays, Three with Storage

On April 21, nationwide retailer Macy’s announced that 21 high-efficiency SunPower solar arrays have gone live this year at its Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s locations in seven states, totaling 15 MW – and adding to the nearly 24 MW of SunPower solar that has been operating on its store and fulfillment center rooftops since 2007. Electricity generated by the new solar power systems ultimately will be sold to others.

IKEA Completes 1.21-MW Rooftop Solar Array at Columbus Store

IKEA Completes 1.21-MW Rooftop Solar Array at Columbus Store

Swedish home furnishings giant IKEA announced on March 28 that a 1.21-MW solar array, built with 3,546 panels, has been completed atop its future Columbus store, which will open this coming summer. The retailer claims that the system will be among the largest solar rooftops in Ohio, just as is the Cincinnati-area one.

Dunkin’ Donuts, Eversource, National Grid Develop Energy Program

Dunkin’ Brands Group – the parent company of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee shops and Baskin-Robbins ice cream shops – Eversource and National Grid have developed the Dunkin’ Brands Energy Management Program. The companies are cooperating to identify energy efficiency operations at Dunkin’ franchises locations within the … Read more…

User Name :
Password :
 
If you've no account register here first time
User Name :
User Email :
Password :

Login Now