The World Resources Institute and Big Room Inc. compare different ecolabel standards to help companies and consumers make better choices to reduce their environmental impacts.
A Minerals Metals & Materials Society panel completes first of two DOE-commissioned studies that are expected to help delineate an R&D portfolio for energy.
Using a performance contract backed in part by stimulus funds, the city will install with more than 9,000 electric meters and 12,000 water meters.
Letters of interest in the program should be submitted by July 9.
Clinton Climate Initiative’s Magaziner, FERC Chair Wellinghoff and Secretary of Commerce Locke to speak at Virtual Energy Forum.
The organizations say the new guidance can be used to simplify and streamline the request for proposal process.
EPA lists those hotels that have earned the Energy Star label on a government Website.
The institute will work to solve key scientific and technology challenges facing the wind power industry.
BLT Enterprises' Fremont, Calif., operation adds new layer of sustainability with the help of Solar Power Inc.
Inventors suggest The HYDRA will be an asset to medical clinics, schools, remote communities, and disaster relief agencies.
Jackson Housing Authority, with Duvall Decker Architects, P.A., combines sustainability, energy-efficiency, durability, and livable housing with infrastructure improvements while remaining economical.
A green commitment delivers clean, reliable, cost-saving power to American Water.
Mayor Nutter signs bill requiring energy efficient reflective roofs or green roofs on all new no- and low-slope roofs in the city.
A U.S. Green Building Council legal analysis points to existing programs that the Obama administration could use to enhance efficiency in buildings and homes.
South Shore Charter Public School won a hybrid school bus, a green audit, and money for scholarship and class supplies.
National Academy of Sciences' cost accounting report reveals hidden costs, says solar and wind are competitive energy sources.
Kodak, Shearer's Foods, Detroit Diesel, John B. Sanfilippo & Son, and FetterGroup reduced their energy intensity by 10 percent or more in two years or less.