When Sony announced the launch of its new PlayStation 4, it neglected to discuss the game console's energy appetite.
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Is Sony playing games with the energy efficiency of its PS4?
Using integrated design criteria and performance standards, the school has cut energy use by 50-plus percent.
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How UC Irvine redefines efficiency in laboratories
A new report on the buildings of the future includes vertical farms and robots.
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By 2050, urban buildings that breathe and adapt
The CDP kicks off disclosure season while the number of investors calling for data on corporate carbon emissions rises.
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Mounting investor demands for enhanced environmental performance
How can your company obtain its share of local, state and federal energy benefits? Learn how here.
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4 steps for getting the most out of utility rebates and incentives
Due to risks associated with upgrade projects or the age of the building itself, cost savings aren't always maximized. Learn how to shift your risk while offering incentives to others.
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Are building owners leaving money on the energy efficiency table?
When you lose in one forum, just shop for another. That's what litigants often do, and airlines are following suit as the EU attempts to impose an emissions trading scheme on them.
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How airlines are fighting carbon trading
Facebook and eBay's new data centers keep temperatures low with free outside air. Now, a new set of maps from The Green Grid will help other companies do the same.
Newcomer Seldera hopes to take the buiding automation market by storm with a system that requires no upfront cost and promises to slash energy costs by up to 20 percent.
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Seldera: Free wireless automation for building control freaks
Kendall-Jackson Winery already has been saving $2.5 million annually from energy-efficiency projects for the last few years. Now it's taking its energy strategy to a new level with solar power and hot water.
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Slideshow: Kendall-Jackson sows the seeds of greener wines