Energy efficiency and management, lighting, daylighting, LEDs, CFLs, alternative energy (including solar, wind, geothermal, and others), smart buildings, and other key issues related energy usage are examined here.
Johnson Controls has launched a program to engage kindergarten through 12th grade students across North America in developing ways to make the environment more energy efficient. The program, called Igniting Creative Energy, is a competition that provides national winners with valuable educational experiences including the opportunity to meet national leaders and energy policymakers in Washington, DC. “Students
Shreveport, LA location honored for outstanding energy efficiency, notably reducing natural gas
Solar panel installation is not common on co-ops in New York City, but U.S. Energy Group os trying to change
Bodman observes, "While cost-effective lighting technologies are available now to cut energy costs by up to 50%, only 25% of the buildings have been
Last week at the University of Virginia, students and faculty gathered for the eighth annual Lighting of the Lawn ceremony.
ASHRAE recommendations focus on five key areas for shaping energy
Program designed to increase employee participation in sustainability practices at work as well as at
According to Emerson’s fall 2008 Data Center Users' Group member survey, managing a dynamic data center and critical infrastructure continues to be a challenge requiring organizational collaboration and systems integration. Energy efficiency, power densities, and availability were all cited as tough issues that data center managers will continue to
The Memo of Understanding emphasizes the importance of minimizing the impact of energy use on the environment in support of DOE SSL programs on lighting