As companies are increasingly focused on ways to reduce energy waste, they are looking to facility managers to provide input and leadership on ways to improve the energy efficiency of their building systems.
Google reports that the company reduced its 2011 greenhouse emission levels from office facilities in New York City 54% ahead of the original 2025 goal.
The Department of Energy proposed rollbacks to energy efficiency requirements for lightbulbs on Wednesday in a move that environmental groups estimate will cost American consumers and businesses billions of dollars.
A growing number of US manufacturers are setting goals to reduce their energy use. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology can help. With a wide net of low-cost wireless sensors and smart equipment connected to powerful analytics tools, plants can improve their energy efficiency, reduce their energy costs, and cut ... Read more »
Moody Air Force Base is engaged in an $11.2 million energy efficiency and infrastructure improvement project that is expected to generate more than $21 million in energy savings over the next 23 years. The project includes a 2.5 megawatt on-site solar array. The Air Force base signed an energy savings ... Read more »
Current, powered by GE, and the industrial internet of things company IMS Evolve formed a strategic partnership this week to offer energy-saving IoT solutions to the food retail sector.
The European LED lighting market is expected to reach over $30 billion by 2024, according to research by MarketStudyReport.com. Growing awareness about smart and greener cities in the European countries is contributing to the demand for LED lighting systems.
Under a new program, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and Con Edison will work with energy efficiency service providers to seek out small and medium-sized businesses and offer energy-savings packages that could include lighting, heating, cooling, refrigeration and building control systems.
Flexible workspace provider Spaces received state-of-the-art and energy efficient, human-centric light fixtures to meet New York City’s building efficiency requirements.
Current, powered by GE, introduced a new Lumination Ultra Suspended (LUR) Refit product, which has patented mechanical-electrical interconnect technology that decreases installation time by 75% compared to other suspended fixture retrofit products.
Digital Lumens, an LED lighting and IIoT applications provider, recently announced its new RLE intelligent LED fixture featuring socketed intelligence and an upgradeable smart sensor.
OPTEC International, Inc., a sustainable technology company, recently announced the launch of its OPTEC off-grid solar powered LED lighting systems, with its proprietary lens technology.