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Identifying Optential Energy Savings in Leased Offices

Identifying Optential Energy Savings in Leased Offices

3 ways to identify energy savings in leased offices UtilityDRIVE, June 6, 2017 How many times have we thought, “It’s 2017…what office buildings don’t use LED lighting now?” LED lighting retrofits, occupancy sensor installations, and HVAC programming are examples of these “low-hanging fruit” projects. Have we exhausted all the energy efficiency opportunities in commercial buildings?

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Smarter, Efficient Energy Infrastructure Builds a Better New York State

Governor Cuomo Announces 112,000 Energy Efficiency Projects Initiated Since 2012 Governor NY, March 23, 2016. Image credit: kjubee Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that in the past four years, 112,000 residential and commercial energy efficiency projects have been completed or are currently under development through New York State clean energy programs. These projects will attract

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Minimizing Energy Waste with ENERGY STAR

Amanda Gassé for Zondits, October 15, 2015 Boston’s super old, super green buildings Boston.com, October 13, 2015. Image credit: Riccardo Diotallevi Large luxury apartment buildings are continuing to pop up around Boston – a stark contrast from the historic brownstones and triple-deckers that have been making their mark on the city since its founding. The newcomers are

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Is Tenant Star the Right Tool to Drive Commercial Building Energy Savings?

From Enery Star to Tenant Star: The next frontier in building effiency GreenBiz, July 10, 2015. Image credit: PixelAnarchy It’s not hard to see the allure of Tenant Star. Energy Star’s Portfolio Manager is already successfully helping more than 400,000 commercial buildings measure, track, assess and report their energy and water use. And last year Energy

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Energy Performance Reporting Policy Passed in Portland, OR

Bryan Kilgore for Zondits, May 7, 2015. Image credit: Fcb981 Portland, Oregon, recently joined twelve other U.S. cities that have commercial energy reporting policies after a unanimous vote by the Portland City Council. The new policy requires the following actions for commercial buildings greater than 20,000 square feet: Track energy performance with the EPA’s ENERGY STAR

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