Residential and Commercial Customers Can Save Up to 15 Percent on Electric Bills
March 30, 2015
Increasing energy bills have spurred homeowners and businesses to search for cost effective ways to improve the efficiency of their existing HVAC systems. With the new GreenFan® device, offered by Super Cool Energy Solutions, homeowners and businesses can save up to 15 percent on their electric bill with minimal investment, said the company.
HVAC, Controls, and Lighting Expected to Gain Increasing Market Share
March 18, 2015
Today’s building stock accounts for a substantial amount of global energy use, putting increased pressure on governments and corporations to reduce their energy-related spending and carbon footprints, notes Navigant Research. As a result, energy efficiency has become a broad-based strategy to solve both of these challenges.
Los Angeles Kings, San Jose Sharks Promote Ways Fans Can Manage Energy Use
March 16, 2015
As part of a campaign devoted to rallying Californians to “Play Your Part” to meet the state’s energy goals, Energy Upgrade California® has announced partnerships with the National Hockey League’s (NHL’s) Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks to help raise awareness about ways people can better manage energy.
BPI Energy Auditor Training Now Available for Eligible Individuals
March 10, 2015
Priority Energy, a Chicago energy solutions and training company, has partnered with Albany Park Community Center (APCC) to provide free energy auditor training to unemployed or under-employed Cook County residents. Qualified individuals include anyone with HVAC and construction backgrounds.
A demonstration of complex — but ultimately valuable — developments when it comes to supermarket refrigeration is a project conducted by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
EcoFactor Inc., a supplier of cloud-based home energy management services, announced that NV Energy’s mPowered Home Energy Management Program received Powergrid International’s 2015 Demand Response/Energy Efficiency Project of the Year award.
Partners Will Work with DOE to Share Their Successful Energy Efficiency Strategies
February 10, 2015
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that more than 20 new partners have committed to improving energy efficiency across their building portfolios by 20 percent over the next 10 years. In addition to six in the multifamily sector, new partners include fast-food, restaurant, manufacturing, university, and government facilities.