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Connecticut Losing Ground on Building Emissions Despite Efficiency Programs
Mobile Data to Improve Urban Energy Behaviour
Energy use in buildings accounts for more than 40% of total primary energy use in Europe and the United States, with most of them located in urban areas that are growing rapidly.
New York City Buildings Will Get Grades on Energy Efficiency Next Year
New Yorkers are used to seeing letter grades on restaurants and bagel shops. Soon offices and residential buildings will be getting something similar.
Grid-interactive,Energy-efficient Buildings Offer Major Innovation opportunities
What if buildings could communicate with the electric grid to save money and reduce their environmental impacts?
Valeo Launches R744-Charged HVAC and Heat Pump Unit for E-Buses
The German OEM has developed a small-scale roof-mounted reversible heat pump, which heats, cools and demists electric-vehicle cabins.
DOE Plans to Weaken Energy Efficiency Standards for Quick Dishwahers
The Department of Energy (DOE) is pushing forward with plans to allow faster-cleaning dishwashers to duck current energy efficiency standards, a move critics say defeats years of progress on making the appliances energy efficient.
Closed Landfills May Provide The Key To Energy Efficiency
Decades of garbage is buried in more than 100 former landfills across the state. Now, there’s growing interest in putting the closed waste sites to better use.The Metropolitan Council is about to study their potential for producing energy.
Canadians Can United to Improve Energy Efficiency for Future Federal Action
Canada’s first energy efficiency scorecard reveals provincial policy leadership and areas for future federal action.
Efficient Hydrogen Conversion via PEC Water Splitting Using Hematite Mesocrystals
A research group led by Associate Professor Takashi Tachikawa of Kobe University's Molecular Photoscience Research Center has succeeded in developing photocatalysts that can convert an efficient level of hydrogen from water using solar light.
Evolve Energy Makes Energy Management Automatic in Texas with New AI-Based Platform
Evolve Energy Sells Wholesale Energy and Enables Consumers to Optimize Energy Use, Decrease Carbon Footprints and Save Money Seamlessly.
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Israel Launches Energy Efficiency Plan in Factories And Municipalities
Israel has launched a plan to streamline energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the Ministries of Economy, Energy and Environmental Protection announced on Monday.
Direct Thermal Charging Cell Converts Waste Heat Into Usable Electricity
Dr. Tony Shien-Ping Feng of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and his team (from left to right: Wang Xun, Huang Yu-ting and Mu Kai-yu), invented the Direct Thermal Charging Cell (DTCC).
Innovate for Efficiency: The Industrial Blueprint for Energy Savings
The Perform, Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme launched by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) (Govt. of India, Ministry of Power), which ran its first cycle from 2011-2014, was a step in the right direction to make industries energy-efficient.
How to Make Energy-Efficient Buildings Healthier
When it’s built later this year, the Catalyst Building in Spokane’s University District will be one of the most innovative buildings in the country — a planned carbon net-zero hub and one of the world’s most energy efficient.
Biofuel Producers Made Significant Gains in Both Energy Efficiency And Water Conservation
The nation’s biofuel producers have made significant gains in both energy efficiency and water conservation in recent years, according to a report released by the U.S Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory.
Novel Heat Pumps to Save Up to 80% on Energy in Industry Drying
The EU-funded "DryFiciency" project tackles energy costs in industrial drying in a wide range of energy-intensive industry sectors. Its novel high-temperature industrial heat pump technologies will save up to 80% of energy in drying processes.
Turn Non-Recyclable Plastic Waste into Green Car Fuel
It may be difficult to imagine that the empty, non-recyclable plastic container you are about to throw away could be turned into car fuel. Yet, this is exactly the idea behind Quantafuel’s latest solution.
Norway Will Embrace Heating And Hot Water Control Solution for Smart Home
Norwegian households will soon for the first time have access to a heating and hot water control solution that embraces the Internet of Energy for the smart home.
Heat Pumps Will Be the Next Focus for Energy-Efficiency Gains
Leaders from regional energy efficiency organizations said the answers will include heat pumps for space and water heating, strategic energy management programs, and industrial energy efficiency.
Pfizer Finds $35,000 Energy Savings Through Pilot Duct Sealing Project
When Pfizer began renovating its manufacturing facilities in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, it knew that much of the existing ductwork serving the various buildings would have to be incorporated into the upgrade plans.
DEIF Event Showcases Fuel And Energy Saving Solutions
An event organized by Danish power control solutions company DEIF has highlighted the potential savings offered by battery hybrid power propulsion and the Blueflow energy management system.
Squeezing Energy Savings out of Airconditioning Systems by A Machine-Learning-Enabled Solution
A Melbourne start-up has developed a machine-learning-enabled solution that can drive major energy and emissions savings.
Geothermal Systems For Energy Efficiency, Comfort And Cost Savings
Geothermal systems use the earth’s constant temperature to maintain that same steady temperature in the home. The technology can supply heating, cooling, and water heating, and it can be used with a conventional duct system or a radiant floor system.
Energy Effficiency - The ABB Way
Sleman Saliba, Global Product Manager, Energy Management, and Stein Trostheim, Global Product Manager for Oil & Gas at ABB Energy Industries, discuss how operators can transition to new energy models.
A $202.25m Project Will Focus on Helping Belarus Accelerate Energy Efficiency
The $99.3m in World Bank funding will be coupled with $99.3m from the European Investment Bank and $3.65m from the Global Environmental Facility to implement energy efficiency retrofits.
Schneider Electric Releases New Line of Intelligent Enclosures
To speed up project execution and decrease the costs that come with plant start-ups, Schneider Electric offers a new generation of intelligent enclosures for Triconex and Foxboro.
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Energy Commission Adopts Updated Building Standards to Improve Efficiency, Reduce Emissions From Homes and Businesses
Egypt to Replace 1.5 million Streetlights with Energy-Saving Alternatives
Lithuania to Renovate Private Residential Buildings and Cut Emissions with EU Help
Serbia to Introduce Incentives for Households to Install Solar Panels – Minister