Incidence of fires and property loss down from 2012
A new study shows the carbon emission reduction policies individual states have adopted are yielding results.
Don’t let extreme seasons rain on your efficiency parade.
Nearly 40 years after Legionnaires’ Disease first gained public attention, the disease remains common throughout the world.
A recent survey of industry professionals indicates that investment in energy efficiency projects will increase over the next year.
New regulations from the DOE would improve commercial air conditioner efficiency by as much as 30%.
Hoping to build on LEED's success, PEER evaulates the performance and modernization of electric grids.
Know how to take care of your roof before, during, and after an extreme weather event.
Scientists have developed a new way to generate enough electricity to
power a mobile phone – and it’s “about as eco as you can get it." That
product is urine.
Researchers have developed a fluorescent lamp that emits Wi-Fi signals to allow connectivity throughout buildings.