Tag: commercial buildings
ACEEE examines how conflicting interests in the commercial real estate industry prevent more significant energy efficiency investment, and identifies strategies for utilities to drive energy savings.
Practical steps owners and operators can take to meet energy efficiency standards for commercial buildings.
Over the past year, severe weather events and power grid problems have struck various regions, acting as a resounding wake up call to commercial buildings.
Thermal energy storage provides practical benefits in terms of load management and cost reduction, contributes to sustainability goals, and enhances a facility’s overall prestige.
This free video webinar provides valuable insights into industry benchmarks, allowing participants to gauge their performance and identify opportunities for improvement.
As we emerge from a scorching summer filled with record-breaking heat waves, the importance of managing energy consumption in commercial buildings is more evident than ever. See how an energy audit can help.
Understanding the types of pests that linger within commercial buildings is the first step to eradicate bugs for a pest-free summer.
When converting to electric boilers, consider power availability, how equipment fits, installation costs, and system reliability.
DOE experts visit Nashville, Tennessee, to highlight the industrial decarbonization work of Nissan North America, Chemours, and Whirlpool Corporation.
Join us as we unravel the myths frequently associated with energy management systems.
Natural light helps support wellness, boosts productivity, and can be used to save energy.
Facility executives can transform their office spaces by adding in living walls.
The June 2023 issue explores how facility design supports well-being. Plus, energy management, access control, lighting and wellness, and more.
View this free video webinar to learn about different types of smart building solutions, how intelligent asset monitoring can save money with predictive maintenance, and more!
Dur-A-Flex, Inc. launched a new breathable epoxy system for floors with elevated moisture and salts—and creates new markets for epoxy floors.
Washington, DC; Atlanta; San Francisco; and New York round out the top five, cutting energy costs while increasing efficiency and reducing emissions.
Facility executives play a key role in advancing on-site non-potable water reuse to help create a sustainable future.
Water waste in buildings is a significant issue, with approximately 25% of all water entering buildings going to waste.
Owners and facility managers can use these insights to help keep commercial facilities pest-free.
ACEEE policy brief summarizes programs that provide energy efficiency resources; American Clean Power Association report analyzes new clean energy landscape.