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This column takes a look at some of the cutting edge ideas associated with sustainable and high performance buildings.
Pilot programs going on now aim to address how renewable energy can contribute to reducing demand on utility infrastructures.
Still in its early stages, the property assessed clean energy funding model focuses on first cost obstacles.
Smart grid technology and its associated advancements may create a shift in how facilities consume energy.
This month’s guest columnist believes it’s time for facility managers to invest in renewable energy.
This low maintenance mechanical device provides temporary power on demand.
Bringing “greener” energy to a facility can be made easier with energy performance contracting, if the scenario works for the organization’s specific situation.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory studied six buildings with different functions to discover what strategies might work best for many types of facilities.
This type of fuel cell has been found to be well suited to facility applications, and one California company has introduced a version that may expand the technology’s market share.
Hot water heating is the leading application for this technology in buildings, but space heating and cooling are also viable uses.
Using wood chips and other plant materials as fuel can meet heating (and some cooling) needs in suitable facility scenarios.