Sydney Opera House Earns Sustainable Performance Rating
The Sydney Opera House is one of the first World Heritage-listed buildings to earn a 6 Star Green Star Performance rating from the Green Building Council Australia (GBCA).
Building Performance Standards: A Key To Reducing Emissions
ACEEE looks at the expanding role of building performance standards as a key strategy to reduce emissions from existing buildings.
Avoid Your Next HVAC Outage: The Power Of Smart Building Technology
Employ these smart building tools to ensure your facility rarely experiences an unexpected HVAC outage.
Defining And Measuring Facilities Performance
From space utilization to community benefits, here are five ways organizations define facilities performance and strategies for measuring it.
Did You Miss Our “Smart Buildings: Enabling Facility Control And Automation” Webinar?
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!
Texas Manufacturing Site Selected For SMR Nuclear Project
Dow, X-Energy Reactor Company joint project will provide Seadrift, Texas operations with zero carbon emissions power and steam production.
Delta Electronics Americas HQ Earns New LEED Certification
Delta Electronics Americas HQ is the first LEED Zero Energy-Certified Green Building in Fremont, California.
College Achieves Carbon Neutrality Seven Years Ahead Of Goal
Catawba College in North Carolina is the 13th in the nation and first certified institution in the Southeast to reach Net Zero.
ASHRAE Publishes New Building Evaluation Standard
ASHRAE's new building evaluation standard addresses energy and carbon flows across a site boundary, their measurement, and their balance.
Los Angeles Tops EPA’s 2023 Cities For ENERGY STAR Certified Buildings
Washington, DC; Atlanta; San Francisco; and New York round out the top five, cutting energy costs while increasing efficiency and reducing emissions.
Solar, Energy Efficiency Project To Save College $100K Per Year
Through a partnership with Ameresco, St. John’s College Santa Fe will receive renewable and energy efficiency upgrades designed to save over $100,000 annually.
Rethinking Model Energy Codes For Net Zero Carbon Buildings
ACEEE looks at some of the technical aspects of building energy codes that will get states and localities on a path to net zero carbon buildings.
Achieving A Net Zero Retail Store: How An Energy Management System Can Help
By integrating an energy management system into daily operations, retail stores can easily begin the transition to net zero energy consumption and lower their energy bills.
Protecting The Night For People And The Environment
Excessive and poorly controlled outdoor lighting can have detrimental effects on plants and animals, as well as people.
How Large Buildings Can Fuel The EV Revolution
It's critical that large facilities and buildings do their part to enable more affordable and greener charging of electric vehicles.
Rooftop Solar Installation Illuminates Young Minds
In Virginia, the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department's new solar education facility sparks children’s interest in renewable energy.
Finding The (Right) Light
Lighting influences productivity, and directly impacts a building’s overall energy consumption. Elevate interior spaces with some of the latest innovations in lighting.
Facility Executive: April 2023 Issue
The April 2023 issue focuses on the latest trends in interior and exterior commercial lighting, water conservation, flooring, building envelope restoration and repair, and more.
Ready For Anything: Duke Health Powers Up New Generator Hub
The power never goes offline at Duke Health’s new Generator Hub in Durham, NC, ensuring continual hospital operations through hurdles, whether planned or unexpected.
Five Ways Quick Serve Restaurants Can Save Money On Energy
Keeping energy costs low can feel impossible for Quick Serve Restaurants but by implementing these five tips, QSRs can save money on energy and improve operational efficiency.