Monthly Archives: July 2012

3 Cities Use Local Policy to Make Buildings More Efficient

Buildings – which require huge amounts of energy to power their operations – are responsible for an estimated 30% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions annually. And buildings in dense metropolitan areas account for a large portion of those GHG … Continue reading

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NSEC Dream Vegas Valley Project

Within the NSEC energy efficiency committee, called the EE plank, we decided to take a look at commercial benchmarking. Information and transparency are two of the most important factors when promoting energy efficiency. Benchmarking is the process where building owners … Continue reading

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