Energy demand will be reduced with zonal controls and the ability to dynamically reduce LED fixture output.
The sector faces a cumulative energy bill of $41 billion a year with diverse building types.
The Frick Environmental Center is the first Living Building in the U.S. that is municipally owned and free and open to the public.
Partners are driving the adoption of new energy efficient equipment through targeted technology campaigns.
Builders can step away from complicated technical jargon about smart home automation and introduce it for what it is: a lifestyle.
All windows were replaced in keeping with the original profiles and in compliance with National Park Service guidelines to achieve Historic Tax Credits.
Community of townhomes expected to open later this year
With 2018 upon us, this past year set the stage for further advancements in green and sustainable building
Technology ranks among most efficient
The technology provides a higher level of service and comfort to residents, and all of this is done through a single app.
Princeton University experience 62 percent savings with new solutions
Effort to address water consumption at veterans facility, where drought conditions impact operating costs
Building replaces outdated facility constructed in 1907
As technology improves, more facility owners and operators turning to the popular solution
Rise of LEDs leads GE to cease U.S. production of technologically-inferior bulbs
New study supports transition from fluorescent bulbs in the workplace
UL provides safe path for new lighting technologies to be installed into commercial buildings
Forms provide critical insulation, speed up construction process to help Holiday Inn Express capitalize on Derby business.
National chain already on track to save $1.75 million annually in energy expenses.
An integrated daylighting approach to commercial spaces cuts energy costs and improves productivity.