U.S. Department of Energy will provide $225 million for states, local governments to expand implementation of the latest building energy codes and support development of energy efficient buildings.
AI-enhanced energy management technology integrates with building controls to reduce HVAC-related electric costs by up to 20%.
For actionable insight, buildings are increasingly tracking and comparing energy performance.
Ordering a utility audit on a facility’s water, sewer, and stormwater bills reveals any overcharges that an organization may be paying.
The Kroger Co. made changes resulting in its 500th ENERGY STAR certified store.
In cities set to disclose building energy use, energy services companies are rapidly hiring new workers; job growth would exceed 59,000 under a national disclosure policy.
When budgets are under increased are under increased scrutiny, identifying energy reduction opportunities is a valuable skill.
An all electric church that doubles as a school looks for ways to solve energy tracking and usage issues.
This online tool discusses power factor and how its correction can help to lower utility bills.