Global Links, a Pittsburgh non-profit that helped others through the COVID-19 crisis, received its own relief through solar energy financing.
A new report from the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) identifies policy approaches to accelerate renewable energy growth.
The February 2020 issue introduces this year's Facility Executive of the Year. Plus, a look at building envelope issues, workplace redesign, and energy metering.
Research into New York City’s geology has produced a geothermal ground source screening tool to assess sites for this energy resource.
Sustainability plans for Ford Motor Company’s Dearborn, MI campus include net zero goals for energy, water, and waste.
The soon to be released NFPA 855, Standard on the Installation of Stationary Energy Storage Systems impacts facilities with on-site systems.
At Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, a new student athletic facility achieved LEED Platinum certification.
Annual publication from U.S. DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory reports on development across the nation, and around the world.
There are many tools available to facility management teams that can be used to propel buildings to zero-emission energy goals.
Building a clean energy strategy can be complex, so keep these four ideas in mind when planning the next move for your facilities.
Here are six reasons why these renewable energy systems should undergo the commissioning process before startup.
Increasingly, buildings are active players in the pursuit of energy efficiency goals for the organizations they serve, and beyond.
In its latest annual market report, American Wind Energy Association highlights expansion of this power source.
Compared to traditional skylights, tubular daylighting devices provide more “roofing real estate” for solar panel installations.
Eliminate existing barriers to on-site renewable energy systems with this third-party financing mechanism.
Voluntary programs offered by utilities provide options to corporate facility energy buyers operating outside of locations that have established options.
Advanced energy solutions are coming down in price, prompting more facility management leaders to pursue this clean energy goal.
A program of the U.S. Department of Energy, the Better Buildings Initiative partners with organizations to facilitate and track energy improvements.
The University of Iowa power plant will increase its use of biomass and other renewable energy sources to meet this goal.
The building envelope can serve as a tool for facility management to tap into renewable energy resources.