Many may be surprised to learn that energy is a top-five operating cost for businesses.
Worse, 30 percent of energy consumed by commercial buildings and industrial facilities is wasted. Considering that $400 billion is spent annually on energy cost according to U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings Program, potential ...Read More
2016 will be a Year Of Change for many: investors (interest rates), politicians (election year), and IT (cloud computing) to name a few.
Others caught up in this Year Of Change include sales and business leaders working in the commercial energy efficiency market. Opportunity abounds, but old practices and processes ...Read More
With the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris over, attention turns to action. Let's start with two facts:
First, commercial buildings and industrial facilities emit 45% of all greenhouse gases. Second, thirty percent of energy they consume is wasted.
According US Department of Energy Better Buildings Program ...Read More
As the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris winds down, let’s take a closer look at major reasons why otherwise compelling efficiency projects fail to get up and running.
First, let’s identify the biggest opportunity: commercial buildings and industrial facilities. There are 6 million in the ...Read More
The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris is underway. Often overlooked at global events like these is the leadership role cities can play.
Best to start with some facts.
Cities generate 70 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions although they occupy two percent of the world’s surface ...Read More
On the eve of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, much has been said, and written, about the impact commercial buildings and industrial facilities have on climate change.
In the US, this group generates 45% of all greenhouse gas emissions, yet 30 percent of the energy they ...Read More
2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference is days away, beginning November 30th. The conference objective is to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on climate, from all the nations of the world.
The economics of global warming are staggering. According to ClimateWorks, between now and 2030, energy efficiency can ...Read More