The commercial building sector is disrupting the lighting industry

August 22, 2017 by  
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Moving beyond energy savings and building codes for the adoption of “human-centric” lighting controls.

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Shop Smarter to Save Money on Appliances

August 14, 2013 by  
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These days, there’s a lot more to buying appliances than just finding the latest style and color. As energy costs continue to rise, smart shoppers also think about long-term savings and have learned to look at more than just the …

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Lack of Info Keeps Britons in the Dark About Renewables’ Benefits

August 29, 2011 by  
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  Many United Kingdom residents are interested in adding solar panels and other energy-generating technologies to their homes, but many are also unaware of the cost savings and government incentives related to renewable energy.

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First Takes: Tar Sands Pipelines Gets Approval, EV Batteries Get a New Life, & More

August 29, 2011 by  
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The State Department makes a trans-continental oil pipeline closer to reality, genetically modified crops lose their effects on bugs, and old car batteries get put to use in smart grids in today’s mostly-bad-news roundup.

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