WASHINGTON - Some countries do strikingly better than others in saving energy, but all can better use efficiency to meet their Paris Agreement climate goals, according to The 2018 International Energy Efficiency Scorecard published by the nonprofit American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
Research partnership targeted sustainable buildings, low-carbon communities, and support for UN buildings standard initiative
February 8, 2018
Danfoss and The Pennsylvania State University at Philadelphia recently convened a workshop at Penn State’s School of Engineering campus at The Navy Yard in Philadelphia to examine results of a joint research-education initiative. Last year, Danfoss provided a grant to support the University’s 13-week Immersive Internship in Global Sustainability Practices and launched the collaborative Engineering Tomorrow’s Cities initiative to grow the global workforce needed to support a sustainable, low-carbon community built environment worldwide.
The Women in Energy Association launched a new website: wewomeninenergy.com. The website supports the group’s mission to connect and empower women working in the energy industry. They do this by providing career resources, creating networking and mentoring opportunities, promoting educational courses, and developing strategies to minimize obstacles women may face in the industry.
CHICAGO - The ASME-listed and CRN approved MagnaClean Commercial range helps prevent the damage, and related symptoms, that can be caused by iron oxide sludge. Attendees will learn how this revolutionary technology can increase system efficiency, lower energy costs, and provide substantial return on investment.
Enercare Inc. and Enercare Solutions Inc. announced that Evelyn Sutherland, Enercare's chief financial officer, has resigned to pursue other career opportunities. Ms. Sutherland has informed Enercare that she has accepted a senior finance position at another company. Ms. Sutherland will continue in her current role until January 28, 2018.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), in partnership with Israel’s Ministry of Energy (MOE) and the Israel Innovation Authority, announced $4.8 million for five newly selected energy projects as part of the Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Energy program.
U.S. Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, and U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, welcomed the announcement from the Government of Ukraine that Ukrainian state-owned power generation company Centrenergo PJSC will purchase American thermal coal ahead of the upcoming winter season.
When I met Thomas Engel in Sweden on Nov. 28, 1990, he said, “The paths of life are frequently this strange.” Afterward, he mentioned that if a shoe factory had been present in his vicinity at the time he invented PEX, we would perhaps be walking around today on shoe soles made of cross-linked polyethylene.
Project will reduce university's energy usage by 32 percent
February 6, 2017
The UAPB energy performance project is the largest of its kind completed under the AEPC Program. Once completed, the project will decrease UAPB's energy consumption by a sizeable 32 percent, making it the first state university to meet the 30 percent energy reduction mandate signed into law by Act 1494 of 2009.