The new uninterruptible power supply (UPS) from APC by Schneider Electric is designed to meet the needs of many environments.
IFMA has joined a consortium of other organizations from the building community that seeks to provide guidance and technical expertise on sustainability issues to the DOE’s Building Technologies Program.
Now underway, energy efficiency retrofits at the Empire State Building are being implemented through an integrated approach.
Contributor John Schinter discusses how facility management professionals can track and use their data.
In 2009, the economic stimulus package included $54 billion for renewable energy, energy efficiency, and smart grid projects. What exactly does that all mean and how will it affect your area?
From computers to popcorn poppers to hair dryers, energy use in dormitories often runs rampant due an overload of appliances.
Electric power production in New Hampshire got a little bit greener this month—and the air may even smell a little bit sweeter—thanks to a collaboration between Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) and premium chocolate maker Lindt USA.
Contributor Steve Yellen writes about how the interconnection of facility and technology concerns in this space require a comprehensive approach.
Siemens recently conducted a survey of Fortune 2000 companies on this topic.
TFM Columnist Jeff Crane ponders the debate on how legislation should be used to direct reductions in carbon dioxide emissions.