A DOE program helped cut billions of dollars in energy costs and started new pilots to find even more energy efficient ideas.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $61 million for 10 pilot projects that will deploy new technology to transform thousands of homes and workplaces into state-of-the-art, energy-efficient buildings.
Las Vegas will begin using digital twin technology to help the city reduce its carbon footprint.
NSG Group has installed a battery storage system at its glass manufacturing plant in Canada.
A look at how commercial buildings in the US are managing energy use — including adopting LED lighting and emerging technologies — according to the Energy Information Administration.
How a quick service restaurant owner will improve operational and financial resilience at 32 locations.
Several new properties have joined a NYC program to significantly reduce carbon output and make energy efficiency a goal.
Honeywell survey explores sustainability commitments from US businesses in terms of the buildings they occupy.
5G is the newest mobile network, with speeds, connectivity, and reliability far exceeding that of previous generations. It is expected to increase the competitiveness of businesses by...
The World Green Building Council’s (WorldGBC) recent update to its Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment encourages investment through energy efficiency improvements and says the focus on achieving net zero goals should be on emissions reduction by practicing sustainable construction and building operations. That is done by reducing energy demands and ... Read more »
Sustainable packaging company DS Smith is investing more than $8.8 million to expand its anaerobic treatment facility to create…
The emissions resulting from retrofitting office buildings can be reduced by as much as 70% by tapping into smart technology, according to investment management company Lateral.