Supercharged Buildings Use Less Energy than Conventional Buildings

This is the 6th article in a six-part editorial series which explains how a Supercharged building design can make your next commercial build more comfortable and energy efficient. Best of all, these building principles cost no more than conventional construction. This editorial series is sponsored by Termobuild. Supercharged buildings use less … [Read more...]

Today’s Building Designs Must Incorporate Demand Response and Energy Harvesting

This is the 5th article in a six-part editorial series which explains how thermal energy storage along with demand response and energy harvesting building design principles can make your next commercial build more comfortable and energy efficient. Best of all, these building principles cost no more than conventional construction. This editorial … [Read more...]

Supercharged Energy Storage Buildings

Where you want to Be if the Electric Grid Fails This is the 4th article in a five-part editorial series which explains how thermal energy storage along with energy harvesting and green building design principles can make your next commercial build more comfortable and energy efficient. Best of all, these building principles cost no more than … [Read more...]

Big Data Helps Utilities Target Commercial Customers

Big data analytics have shown great value for financial and ecommerce industries. However, utilities may be in the best position when it comes to leveraging big data analytics to find commercial and industrial prospects with the best potential for energy savings. The US spent about $400 billion on energy for its Commercial and Industrial (C&I) … [Read more...]

Green Building Designs that Improve Worker Productivity

This is the 3rd article in a five-part editorial series, which explains how thermal energy storage along with energy harvesting and green building design principles can make your next commercial build more comfortable and energy efficient. Best of all, these building principles cost no more than conventional construction. This editorial series is … [Read more...]

How Energy Storage Design Saves Energy and Building Cost

This second article in a five-part editorial series, sponsored by Termobuild, which explains how thermal energy storage along with energy harvesting and green building design principles can make your next commercial build more comfortable and energy efficient. Best of all, these building principles cost no more than conventional construction. The … [Read more...]

Thermal Storage is Key to a Supercharged Green Building

This five-part editorial series, sponsored by Termobuild, explains how thermal storage, energy harvesting and green building design principles can make your next commercial build more comfortable and energy efficient. Best of all, these age-old green building principles cost no more than conventional construction, plus offer security in the case of … [Read more...]

Charting the Future Course of Energy Efficiency

The National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO) will host its 30th Annual Conference on November 12 to 14 in Orlando, FL. This years event will focus on the economic outlook and political forces influencing energy efficiency investments and directly affecting energy service companies (escos) market development, growth, and … [Read more...]

Energy Experts Explain Big Wins from Big Data

Thanks to big data, utilities and energy service companies are improving their ability to pinpoint energy efficiency opportunities and achieve savings for their customers. That was the message delivered this week by a panel of experts, chaired by EnerNoc’s Greg Winkler, at the fall conference of the Association of Energy Services Professionals in … [Read more...]

Changing Consumer Behavior is #1 Challenge for Energy Efficiency Industry

According to the Energy Efficiency Markets Annual Readership Survey, changing consumer behavior is the number one challenge for professionals involved in the energy efficiency industry. While efforts to address U.S. energy needs often focus on developing "green energy sources," U.S. Rep. Brian Baird feels that changing consumer behavior could … [Read more...]