The Seventy-Six, an Albany, New York housing development, is expected to be the first triple net-zero project – energy, water, waste – of its kind. The $250 million project, being developed by Garrison Architects based in New York City, is part of a revitalization effort for Albany’s historic South End ... Read more »
According to the Alliance To Save Energy (ASE), buildings account for about 40% of all U.S. energy consumption and a similar proportion of greenhouse gas emissions. Reducing their energy use will not only ensure long-term cost savings for homeowners and businesses, but also must be a central component of any ... Read more »
As is well documented by Architecture 2030 and others, buildings generate nearly 40% of annual global emissions. And, in order to meet the climate targets set by the Paris Agreement, we need to eliminate all GHG emissions from the built environment by 2040. The good news is buildings are among the biggest investment opportunities at $24.7 globally, and represent...
The market for building automation systems, estimated in 2018 to be valued at about $36 million, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8% between 2019 and 2029; ever-growing energy consumption in global economies will pave the way to strong growth prospects in the market, according to research from Future Marketing Insights.
The Florence-Lauderdale Public Library in Alabama is beginning a project to modernize its energy infrastructure to run more efficiently through the implementation of a new building automation system (BAS) that gives staff better control of the existing HVAC equipment and allows them to manage it more effectively.
A Marriott hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia, has installed an artificial intelligence solution for HVAC energy efficiency, claiming it is the first in North America to use AI for carbon reduction and energy management.
Most organizations identify as being in the middle of their energy management journey; when it comes to where they stand in terms of using energy data to manage their business, 27% say they are “accessing real-time data to identify anomalies and performance,” according to a new report from BuildingOS and Smart Energy Decisions Research.
Today, US Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette announced a $65 million US Department of Energy (DOE) funding opportunity for technologies that allow energy-efficient buildings to interact with one another and the electric grid, to reduce emissions, and improve grid flexibility.
Today, the US Green Building Council (USGBC) announced a new strategy intended to leverage LEED — and the communities implementing the rating system — to support buildings and neighborhoods in a post-pandemic world.
Honeywell announced today the launch of its Forge Energy Optimization, a cloud-based, closed-loop, machine learning solution that continuously studies a building's energy consumption patterns and automatically adjusts to optimal energy saving settings.
Petros PACE Finance, LLC, a Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing company, announced today that it recently completed its seventh privately rated securitization on C-PACE assets from independent credit rating agency DBRS Morningstar.
Pearl Homes, a developer of sustainable smart home communities and a LEED-certified residential developer, recently announced that it has fulfilled the requirements of LEED Zero Energy, as verified by Green Business Certification Inc., for its Hunters Point resort unit.