Posts tagged ‘DOE’

New Path for Building Compliance in ASHRAE Model Energy Efficiency Standard

Written February 9th, 2016 by
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Opinion
New Path for Building Compliance in ASHRAE Model Energy Efficiency Standard

A newly published document from ASHRAE and IES gives users of their energy efficiency standard immediate access to an optional third path for compliance in ASHRAE Standard 90.1, providing more flexibility for the industry. Read the rest of this entry »

DOE Picks at Power Administration Suggest Greater Emphasis on Demand-Side Management

Written May 22nd, 2013 by
Categories: Energy Efficiency, News, Renewable Energy
DOE Picks at Power Administration Suggest Greater Emphasis on Demand-Side Management

The U.S. Department of Energy has named two executives in key roles at Bonneville Power Administration where they could usher in a new focus on energy efficiency and demand response.
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Apps for Energy Could Succeed where Big Software Players Failed

Written May 25th, 2012 by
Categories: Energy Business, Energy Efficiency, News
Apps for Energy Could Succeed where Big Software Players Failed

Silicon Valley played host this week for the Department of Energy’s “Apps for Energy” awards presentation. Five teams came away with $75,000 in prize money. Their winning software apps could turn into profitable businesses in a vacuum left by the hasty exits of Microsoft and Google.

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Nanoscale Lighting Innovations Change Equation for Cost and Color of LEDs

Written May 8th, 2012 by
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Green Building, News
Nanoscale Lighting Innovations Change Equation for Cost and Color of LEDs

What will it take for light-emitting diodes to achieve critical mass in the lighting marketplace? The biggest obstacles have been cost and cast. These futuristic nanofiber and nanoparticle technologies could overcome both.

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