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The Empire State is stepping up by providing up-front incentives for small wind installations and renewable thermal technologies.
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Ahmedabad, India aims to protect its most vulnerable from dangerous air pollution.
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How one Indian city is taking on air pollution
Comments Off on Empire State building retrofit lights the way for new projects
Lessons learned from a massive retrofit of the nation's third tallest building are being applied to commercial buildings in Chicago, San Francisco and New Jersey.
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Empire State building retrofit lights the way for new projects
Comments Off on How ‘transactive energy’ helps buildings strengthen the grid
What it means and what it will take to get there.
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How ‘transactive energy’ helps buildings strengthen the grid
Comments Off on The business of bio-inspired design grows in the Empire State
A New York program is incubating bio-inspired technology by showing its advantages and providing funding to companies in need of solutions.
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The business of bio-inspired design grows in the Empire State
Comments Off on Building inspiration through an iconic retrofit
The Empire State Building's recent energy-efficient updates serve as a model for U.S. building stock.
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Building inspiration through an iconic retrofit
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The banking firm, the guiding force behind the Empire State Building’s sweeping retrofit, the mayor of New York are honored by the U.S Green Building Council.
Comments Off on Secrets of Chief Sustainability Officers Revealed
A new report chronicles the rise of the chief sustainability officer and examines the best practices of the 29 CSOs working for publicly-traded companies in the U.S.
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Secrets of Chief Sustainability Officers Revealed
Comments Off on The Empire State Building Strikes Back at Energy Inefficiency
The statistics on the greening of the Empire State Building are almost as dizzying as the 102-story New York City landmark. And the lessons that can be learned from the efforts by the project partners are numerous as well, Johnson Controls’ Clay Nesler told the audience at the State of Green Business Forum in San Francisco
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The Empire State Building Strikes Back at Energy Inefficiency
Comments Off on How a Roadtrip in India Inspired Efficient Building Monitoring
What started as a trip across India looking for energy and environmental innovations led to the creation of a energy efficiency platform that provides real-time access to energy use data.
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How a Roadtrip in India Inspired Efficient Building Monitoring