The final step of the Energy Independence and Security Act takes effect
January 1, 2014, which means that incandescent 40- and 60-watt bulbs can
no longer be manufactured.
Learn how demand control ventilation can reduce energy use.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is finalizing a rule that
will allow the agency to restrict imports of potentially harmful
perfluorinated chemicals that could be used in carpets.
The publication of the ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2013, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings, is bringing major changes to requirements regarding building envelope, lighting, mechanical, and energy cost sections.
Make sure your conference room is properly outfitted with a projection system that meets your occupants' needs.
Is your design good? How can you be sure?
Tap into the DOE’s new data stream for renewable energy.
An ongoing pilot program targets carbon neutrality.
What’s best practice when it comes to a client who wants a direct roadmap to their ROI? To find out, we spoke with a few industry experts who explained how to show them the money.
Facility managers face an every expanding array of sustainability
choices and challenges, but for the next generation of FMs, green
practices could be second nature as sustainability literacy enters the
K-12 school system.