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Expanded Pasadena Convention Center Pursuing LEED Silver

The expanded facility opened on March 1, 2009, six weeks ahead of... ...Read More...

New Product Flash: STI-6200 From Safety Technology International

The battery operated alarm helps stop the theft and vandalism of fire... ...Read More...

ASHRAE Grant Challenges Students On Plug Loads

From computers to popcorn poppers to hair dryers, energy use in dormitories often runs rampant due an overload of... ...Read More...

Infrastructure Spending Fast Forwards in Missouri

The first infrastructure project to move forward under the new federal economic stimulus package was announced earlier this week on... ...Read More...

Museum Project Adjusts To Financial Reality

Planners for the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, DC have announced an extended timeline and cost-saving measures to keep the project on... ...Read More...

Federal Agency Expands Emergency Notification

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is extending its use of an alert service across its main campus in Bethesda, MD and to NIH facilities in the Washington metropolitan area and around the country.... ...Read More...

First Higher Ed Contract Under Clinton Climate Initiative Signed

Lee College has entered into an energy savings performance contract with Johnson Controls, Inc. to perform energy retrofits on its campus in Baytown, TX.... ...Read More...

New Product Flash: Destroyit Shredder With Free Automatic Oiler From MBM

The 2604 is the latest addition to MBM Corporation’s line of Destroyit business... ...Read More...

Encelium Technologies Recognized By Frost & Sullivan

The company has been awarded the North American Green Lighting Controls Market 2008 Emerging Company of the Year... ...Read More...

NYC's First Commercial Net Metered Solar PV System In Operation

In August 2008, New York State Governor David A. Paterson signed legislation to expand the state's net metering laws to non-residential... ...Read More...