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The EPA announces U.S. schools, organizations and corporations using the most green energy.
Implementing design elements like electric lighting, equipment and daylighting provides for immense potential energy savings.
The elevator supplies up to 100 percent of elevator power needs in residential and low-rise commercial applications.
These data, among others, are drawn from the detailed results of EIA's 2010 Manufacturing Energy Consumption Survey (MECS).
Duct sealing with a new aerosol-based technology called Aeroseal, could be a cost-effective measure for reducing energy usage in small office buildings.
E-Mon’s new Interval Data Recorder (IDR) is designed to collect kilowatt-hour (kWh) and demand (kW) data from up to eight or 16 connected meters at 15-, 30- or 60-minute intervals.
EPA names system offtaker to list of largest onsite green-power generators
Schneider Electric’s StruxureWare Power Monitoring 7.0 software platform is designed to track real-time power conditions to improve efficiency, availability and reliability as well as maximize asset performance.
Building owners and managers who think outside the box when considering how to implement sustainability goals can find untapped energy savings in their parking facilities.
The ECO 200 energy converter and PTM 330 wireless module provides the foundation for a host of battery-less wireless applications.
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.