Posts Tagged ‘energy-efficiency’

GE Lighting Goes On The Road

In early March, the GE Lighting Revolution Tour began traveling to 47 U.S. and Canadian cities to showcase the future of lighting.... ...Read More...

Survey: Lighting Retrofit Revenues Expected to Grow in 2011

A majority of energy efficient lighting professionals who responded to the survey expect to see an increase in revenue from retrofit projects in... ...Read More...

NEW SERVICE SPOTLIGHT: Online Tool From Wausau Window And Wall Systems

Available with data for eight geographical areas, the Green Product Selection Tool provides performance information about the company's... ...Read More...

Hotel In NYC Reaps Reward Of Utility Rebate

The Crowne Plaza Times Square hotel recouped more than 25% of its investment in a lighting... ...Read More...

Siemens Earns ENERGY STAR In Maine

The company's office building in Scarborough, ME now uses about 30% less energy than office buildings of similar size.... ...Read More...

Private Sector Energy Efficiency Retrofits

A white paper released earlier this year by Johnson Controls provides an overview of financing options for facilities in the private... ...Read More...

Solutia Awarded ARRA Funds For Window Film Research

The company's Peformance Films segment has been awarded funds for continued R&D and commercialization of high performance retrofit window film... ...Read More...

Development In Organic LED Lighting

Scientists from GE Global Research and Konica Minolta have demonstrated illumination quality white OLEDs essential for producing products at lower... ...Read More...

NEW SERVICE SPOTLIGHT: Bright Solutions By Action Services Group

The BrightSolutions service brand retrofits interior and exterior lighting applications for reduced energy consumption and... ...Read More...

Energy Efficiency Investments Still Strong Despite Recession

Across all regions surveyed, energy management is considered an important priority among commercial decision makers (92%). Notably, respondents from India (85%) and China (80%) were more likely to consider energy management very or extremely important as compared to those in Europe (55%) and North America... ...Read More...