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Buildings continue to be the largest consumers of energy, by sector, in the U.S. The USGBC is constantly looking for new and innovative ways to address this.
Around 700,000 passenger and goods lifts (or elevators) are in operation in Germany alone, consuming an estimated 2.2 to 4.0 TWh (terawatt hours) of electricity per year.
LED lighting can deliver maximum benefits of energy efficiency, cost and maintenance savings while providing high-quality illumination to most any lighting situation.
Sometimes a failure can arrive disguised as a success.
LEEP Campaign aims for 100 sq. ft. of parking space to use one-third less energy.
The first International Energy Efficiency Scorecard of 12 major economies is released.
The new report and tool kit assists all countries in doubling the rate of energy efficiency improvement by 2030.
2012 has ushered in a new era of building code changes, with the enhancements focused primarily on higher levels of energy efficiency.
The first Green Data Center event in the 2012 series will be taking place on January 31-Febuary 2nd.Read More
Over 150 hand-picked exhibitors featuring the world’s best in green building and design materials; energy efficiency techniques and technologies; alternative energy; water conservation and management; environmental plumbing; municipal and state agencies, and non-profit organizations.Read More
In The Integrative Design Guide to Green Building: Redefining the Practice of Sustainability, 7group's principals and integrative design pioneer Bill Reed introduce design and construction professionals to the concepts of whole building design and whole systems.
EDC's Green Product Buzz Guides bring you the latest in green building products and services from companies exhibiting at trade shows, including Greenbuild, the AIA Expo, Coverings, Surfaces and more.
Welcome to EDC's crossword puzzle. This puzzle was created specifically for the green building industry by Myles Mellor; all the clues and answers relate to industry terms. Click to view the interactive version of the puzzle that appeared in print. Or if you prefer, you'll find a PDF link to this month's puzzle and solution.