In the newly released second season of its Better Climate Challenge Road Show, the Department of Energy visits Cleveland to highlight decarbonization in action.
New DOE report recognizes 12 organizations for achieving energy and water reduction goals; highlights new Better Climate Challenge partners.
Two major businesses, Walgreens and Life Time, effectively meet and exceed their energy-efficiency goals despite COVID-19 challenges.
New report highlights 12 organizations achieving bold energy, water, financing Goals; DOE launches new $12 million lighting prize.
Together, the 3,200 facilities that are part of the DOE’s Better Plants program have cumulatively saved $8.2 billion and 1.7 quadrillion British Thermal Units (BTUs) of energy.
The more than 950 public and private sector organizations participating in DOE’s Better Buildings Initiative have saved nearly $11 billion in energy costs.
Energy Department and National Institute of Building Sciences Release Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines.
Through its State Energy Program, the DOE awarded nearly $14 million to 22 states and territories.
Several important initiatives will have an impact on roofing conditions, particularly for the existing building sector.
The release of this report comes on the heels of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (U.S. GAO) review of the 2010 report and calls for additional coordination between federal agencies in funding projects with green building criteria.
In 2009, projects certified under LEED for Existing Buildings: O&M surpassed those certified under its new construction counterpart on an annual basis, a trend that continued in 2010 and 2011.
Cohesive automation approaches are sparking energy efficiency in commercial buildings.
ICC expects its codes will play a major role in any push for greater energy efficiency, including meeting the goals of the newly unveiled “Better Buildings Initiative” introduced last week by President Barack Obama.
President Obama has unveiled his plan to make America’s commercial buildings more energy- and resource-efficient over the next decade.