The Environment+Energy Leader 100 is an annual list that recognizes environment and energy management “doers.” Here, Robert Gramlich touches on his biggest challenge and favorite passion, and predicts a trend for the coming year.
A lighting and water conservation project will improve efficiency and cut costs for the Tennessee Department of Correction.
New scroll compressor technology aims to lower global warming potential in the cooling systems of buildings.
With room for further improvement to reach global carbon goals, leaders in the building sector seek to do more to cut emissions.
The circular economy is a vision for the global economy in which waste is eliminated, resources are reused, and nature is regenerated. By repurposing materials instead of throwing them away, the circular economy can...
Industry leaders say in a new report that carbon emissions and environmental concerns are important in a shift to automated manufacturing.
UPS Healthcare has added to its cold chain facilities in an effort to improve efficiency and sustainability.
The report, entitled Unlocking the Benefits of Building Renovation, also provides policy recommendations to encourage green building renovations, including...
A piolot program in Canada will study how energy from electric vehicle charging stations can be used to improve the efficency in buildings.
A New York town has replaced its streetlights with LEDs as part of a state program.
A new energy management system is aimed at helping corporations with multiple buildings create efficient facilities.
Leaders from the worlds of investing, technology, the public sector, and business are lending their expertise to the Department of Energy’s 2022 IMPEL+ accelerator.