Energy efficiency

Article
October 1, 2009

The benefits of daylight modeling: a site-specific simulation that aids the process of intelligent daylighting design. (go to article in American School and University)

Article
October 1, 2009

Doing the right thing for the environment: all well and good, but — for many restaurant owners — kind of a yawner. Making a few tweaks that yield positive impact on the bottom line: Now we're talking. (go to article in Restaurant Hospitality)

Article
October 1, 2009

Crafting a campus sustainability program for your institution (go to article in American School and University)

Article
August 1, 2009

We don't have to convince any restaurant operator about the wisdom of spending less money on electricity, water and natural gas — especially now. But where exactly is the low-hanging fruit? The four steps listed below can reduce your energy bill and maximize your profit dollars while, in the process, you go “green.” (go to article in Restaurant Hospitality)

Article
August 1, 2009

An integrated approach can incorporate sustainability into complex science and laboratory facilities. (go to article in American School and University)

Article
March 27, 2009

A quick look at the steps to becoming Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified (go to article in Lodging Hospitality)

Article
March 25, 2009

InterContinental Hotels Group and The Walt Disney Co. are two hospitality companies that view the green movement as an opportunity to be responsible corporate citizens. Both firms recently unveiled sweeping plans to significantly reduce the environmental impact of their operations. (go to article in Lodging Hospitality)

Article
February 1, 2009

Here are 25 great green ideas to help you sell more electrical products. (go to article in Electrical Wholesaling)