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  1. 03/18/2014
    Could green building practices pose unanticipated life-safety hazards?
  2. 02/21/2014
    The study is the first of its kind.
  3. 01/30/2014
    As the economy continues to stabilize, non-residential construction will grow.
  4. 01/02/2014
    Photovoltaic installations in the U.S. reached 930 megawatts in Q3 2013, up 20% over Q2 2013.
  5. 07/02/2013
    An update to the landmark green building certification system premieres at Greenbuild this fall.
  6. 05/15/2013
    Walmart has announced that it will conduct in-depth safety inspections at 100% of the factories in Bangladesh that produce goods for the retailer. The company will complete all reviews within six months and will publicly release the names and inspection information on all 279 factories. As a result, workers in these facilities can be assured of safer working conditions, and the entire market will be lifted to a new standard.
  7. 04/24/2013

    Let this stat sink in: 98% of lamp's energy goes to lighting the street instead of the night sky

    Streetlights illuminate the night, shining upon roadways and sidewalks across the world, but these ubiquitous elements of the urban environment are notoriously inefficient and major contributors to light pollution that washes out the night sky. Recent innovations in light emitting diodes (LEDs) have improved the energy efficiency of streetlights, but, until now, their glow still wastefully radiated beyond the intended area.

  8. 11/14/2013
    The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute has announced the launch of certification programs for variable frequency drives and datacom cooling equipment.
  9. 06/04/2013
    Current rate structures in many states discourage utilities from selling less energy.
  10. 06/28/2013
    Address maintenance, durability, and sustainability goals.
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