Save Energy Systems Inc. is a start-up company focused on energy efficiency that has launched with what the company says is a new, low-cost system that optimizes commercial HVAC systems and reduces electricity bills.
According to a Harris Poll, majorities of Americans are doing some basic things to be more energy efficient like turning off lights, televisions, or other appliances when not in use (82 percent), replacing incandescent bulbs with fluorescent ones (58 percent), and looking for Energy Star labels when replacing appliances (55 percent). But there are other things majorities of Americans are not doing.
While progress is being made on renewable energy, most clean energy technologies are not being deployed very quickly, according to a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The report notes that many technologies with great potential for energy and emissions savings are making halting progress at best.
Lime Energy Co. has announced the award of a two-year contract by Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) for the implementation of its Energy Efficiency Direct Install Program. Lime Energy is one of three primary implementation contractors.
According to a post-show survey of 2012 Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Exposition (AHR Expo) attendees, 93 percent of respondents ranked energy efficiency-related areas as the most important products/technology to see at the trade show.
Industrial and manufacturing companies in the United States must take additional measures to ensure they remain cost-competitive on a global scale, and the efficient use of energy is one area that U.S. industrial companies can improve upon to accomplish that, according to a report from Pike Research.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its annual list of United States metropolitan areas with the most Energy Star certified buildings for 2011. The list of 25 cities is headed by Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, New York, Houston, Dallas, Riverside, Calif., and Boston.
STULZ Air Technology Systems Inc. has announced a new strategic partnership with Eaton Corp. The companies said the partnership will combine STULZ’s mission-critical data center cooling technologies with Eaton’s energy-efficient data center containment systems.
In commercial buildings, workers usually come and go en masse each day. As a result, energy use can rapidly become inefficient. Now, a new study done on Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) buildings reveals some data that could help designers and building managers optimize energy usage.