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10/28/2016

The report helps local policy makers and staff members take appropriate action to move toward a clean energy future.

10/27/2016

The Energy Department offers a plethora of tools to improve energy performance.

10/27/2016

The ACEEE and more the 50 groups send a letter to the EPA, urging for a leveling of the playing field.

10/26/2016

A survey from SecureAuth Corporation shows 69% of organizations are likely to do away with passwords within the next 5 years.

10/26/2016

Iowa, South Dakota and Kansas have held down the base since 2010 and have brought with them eight more states, expanding from the Midwest to the rest of the country

10/25/2016

The popularity of smart meters has risen as they’ve become more prevalent as projects in emerging markets.

10/25/2016

The Chicago-based corporation looks to expand its business by adding a partner it worked with in past projects, Kingdom Tower and Shakespeare Theater.

10/24/2016

Nine Campbell Institute member organizations collaborate to share and develop worker wellbeing programs.

10/24/2016

The initiative works to reach an end goal of carbon-neutral buildings and facilities by the year 2030.

10/21/2016

108 commercial buildings are working to produce as much energy as they consume. 

10/21/2016

The update in the OSHA guidelines, originally established in 1989, reflect the current state of the economy, workplace and health issues. 

10/20/2016

Dollar stores are making the most out of increased sales by expanding their square footage.

10/20/2016

The land-ocean temperature index map shows much of the warmer temperatures occurred in the northern hemisphere. 

10/19/2016

Prices of PV systems in the U.S. continue to fall across all sectors, according to the Department of Energy.

10/19/2016

The facility is designed to use 40% less energy and 95% less water than traditional structures. 

10/18/2016

New York, NY, tops the list of average total operating expenses, while Huntsville, AL, remains the cheapest. 

10/18/2016

The large hydroelectric power plants in the U.S., China, South America and Japan made up a huge portion of the 6,000 gigawatts produced in 2015. 

10/17/2016

The GCO Calculator helps hospitals and health systems analyze the hidden costs of green products beyond the initial list price. 

10/17/2016

The number of outages reached peak levels, approaching approximately 2.5 million residential, commercial and industrial electricity customers.

10/14/2016

UV light is proving to be a useful tool for healthcare facilities, according to the epidemiology study

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