Building Electrification: Why is it Such a Hot Topic in Efficiency?

greentechmedia.com, June 5, 2020. Buildings were first electrified nearly 150 years ago. So, why is it that “building electrification” is now among the energy industry’s most popular buzzwords? Most buildings run on multiple fuels. They use electricity to power lights, refrigerators and electronic devices. And they consume fossil fuels such as natural gas or propane to power […]

LLLCs Shed Light on Future Commercial Energy Savings

This article was originally published on neea.org on Feb. 11, 2020. Commercial buildings represent about 19 percent of U.S. energy use; of that, about 20 percent is lighting. To take the next big leap in lighting efficiency, the Northwest is turning to a promising solution: luminaire level lighting controls (LLLCs). LLLCs combine LEDs with integrated controls […]

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LG Hausys Expands Sales of Phenolic Foam Insulation Panels

LG Hausys bets on energy-efficient insulation panels Korea Herald, March 29, 2015 Korean surfacing material manufacturer LG Hausys seeks to capitalize on the revival of the property market by expanding its sales of high-efficient phenolic foam insulation panels, the company said Friday. The company expects the energy-saving and eco-friendly insulation market to grow continuously. “It’s […]