New Study: At-Home Workers Concerned About Rising Energy Costs
Over one-third of U.S. employees increased their usage of facilities away from home, as a result of rising energy costs.
Powering A Greener Future
As people become more aware of the negative impact of carbon emissions, organizations have stepped up to do their part for the environment.
Lighting Solutions Product Focus
This assortment of lighting products offer facility managers smart, efficient solutions to illuminate their buildings, inside and out.
Why 37 Universities Copied This School’s Energy Program
Executives from Western Michigan University and Armstrong International describe how the university-wide steam trap energy program operates.
Helping Facilities Maintain Resiliency During Storm Season
PowerSecure, the nation’s leading microgrid developer, helps businesses and their communities thrive before, during and after the storm.
Sustainability Checklist For Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare industry strives to integrate sustainable practices into operational planning and objectives to protect health, the bottom line.
Facility Executive: October 2022 Issue
The October 2022 issue focuses on sustainability and renewable energy trends, plus indoor air quality, mass notifications, and more.
Bucknell University Completes Solar Project
The solar array will supply up to 7% of Bucknell's electricity and will bring the university closer to its carbon neutrality goal.
Enhance Your Occupant Experience. Drive Greater Performance
More than ever, building occupants expect a safer, more secure, and well-coordinated workplace experience.
First Zero-Energy Cruise Terminal Opens
The Royal Caribbean Group’s zero-energy cruise terminal is on track to earn LEED Gold and will be fully solar-powered.
Build It For Zero Carbon: A Roadmap To Realizing Decarbonization Of Buildings
This executive guide from Schneider Electric lays out a holistic, replicable four-stage process for organizational decarbonization.
Public Venues Team Up To Tackle Climate Crisis
GOAL (Green Operations & Advanced Leadership) will provide entertainment venues with tools and access to operators, vendors, and sponsors also committed to operating more sustainably.
Maintaining Budget During Supply Chain Delays
Supply chain issues are causing prices to soar, and budgets to tighten. Mitigate these problems with preventative maintenance and energy monitoring.
Direct Efficiency Program Helps Airport Meet Energy Goals
With no upfront capital required, a regional airport reduced energy and maintenance costs, improved customer experience and optimized operational safety.
CFD Drives Design At South Carolina Burn Center At MUSC
Experts from RMF Engineering discuss the benefits of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), an energy modeling system for tackling atypical building challenges.
4 Myths About Sustainable Diesel Solutions
Deploying a diesel solution to meet Tier 4 Final emissions standards offers several practical benefits for different applications.
NBI Releases Decarbonization Code For Existing Buildings
New Buildings Institute's Existing Building Decarbonization Code is a guide to reducing carbon emissions, as well as meeting climate action, public health, and equity goals.
Data Centers Brace For Expanding Sustainability Requirements
Uptime Institute’s 2022 Global Data Center Survey reveals industry's need to achieve meaningful efficiency gains, evolve sustainability reporting practices, and prevent costly outages.
SDG&E To Study Potential Of Hydrogen As Decarbonization Tool
At the UC San Diego campus, San Diego Gas & Electric Company hopes to explore the feasibility of using hydrogen blended gas in common building equipment such as boilers and water heaters.
DOE Energy Earthshot Aims To Cut Geothermal Power Costs
The Department of Energy’s fourth energy Earthshot plans to slash the cost of enhanced geothermal systems by 90% by 2035.