“Greenest Commercial Building” Earns Living Building Certification

“Greenest Commercial Building” Earns Living Building Certification

No April Fools, Yesterday the Bullitt Center proved its status as the greenest commercial building in the world by becoming the first office building to earn Living Building certification, the most challenging benchmark of sustainability in the built environment. To earn the certification, the Bullitt Center demonstrated that it produces more electricity from solar...

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Is Alarm.com the Bellwether of Home Energy Management?

Is Alarm.com the Bellwether of Home Energy Management?

If you want to know where energy management in the home is going, you may want to track Alarm.com and its automation features.

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Video: Energy Monitoring System in Action

If you want to see what an energy monitoring system looks like in the recesses of an equipment room, and how the finished on-screen display can be operated, check out these videos I took recently in a cool green home in Vermont. The home features an Apple-based Savant home control system with Savant’s SmartEnergy...

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Productivity, GreenTech and the Emotional Connection

Productivity, GreenTech and the Emotional Connection

In business today, it's all about productivity. Here's how green tech can help with that, and how making the emotional connection can help green tech.

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Making the Emotional Connection for Sustainability, Efficiency

Making the Emotional Connection for Sustainability, Efficiency

The sustainability, green and green tech movements need to stop reasoning and make efficiency an emotional need.

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Sustainability in Paradise 2: Here’s the Plan

Sustainability in Paradise 2: Here’s the Plan

Larry Ellison's vision for a sustainable island of Lana'i, Hawaii, includes solar-powered desalination, hydro power, microgrids, a solar farm, EVs and more.

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Urban Electric Power Takes Energy Storage from Startup to Grid-Scale

Urban Electric Power Takes Energy Storage from Startup to Grid-Scale

The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) sat down with Eric McFarland, CEO of Urban Electric Power (UEP), to discuss the challenges of leading a start-up company, the company’s partnership with ARPA-E, and its participation in New York Energy Week. Key Facts: The CUNY Energy Institute developed a low-cost zinc-anode rechargeable battery that can be...

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5 Ways Obama’s Climate Plan Will Help GreenTech

5 Ways Obama’s Climate Plan Will Help GreenTech

Did you hear that U.S. President Barack Obama issued a Climate Action Plan on Tuesday? It’s a sort-of aggressive plan that was sort-of big news, though still probably off the radar or considered trivial for most Americans. Yet it could and should have lasting and positive effects for the green tech and energy efficiency...

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