Posts tagged ‘modeling’

Pay for Performance Efficiency Incentives: Beyond the Pilot

Written November 8th, 2017 by
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Energy Policy, Green Building, News
Pay for Performance Efficiency Incentives: Beyond the Pilot

Pay-for-Performance is different than traditional utility programs, and it’s starting to catch on nationwide. Will your next deep retrofit be a P4P? Read the rest of this entry »

Sustainable Cities: There’s an App for That

Written December 3rd, 2011 by
Categories: Podcasts, Radio Programs, Sustainable Urban Development
Sustainable Cities: There’s an App for That

Sustainable urban development is a new way of thinking for American cities. Technology is emerging to help planners, architects and residents make the transition — and address the converging pressures of rapid growth and decaying infrastructure. The question isn’t whether to use technology to make cities more sustainable, it’s how best to use it. Three experts on sustainably built cities discuss the answers with Denis Du Bois. Read the rest of this entry »

Chicago: A City’s Ambitions to be America’s Greenest

Written December 1st, 2011 by
Categories: Green Building, Podcasts, Radio Programs
Chicago: A City’s Ambitions to be America’s Greenest

When it comes to buildings, Chicago has already done “tallest, biggest, and longest.” Now Chicago wants to be the “greenest”. We’ll find out how they’re raising the bar for all the other cities aiming for that same distinction.

Plus: From America’s biggest green-building expo, do-it-yourself 3D energy & carbon modeling — dark sunglasses for buildings — and devices that charge themselves up — all in this edition of Energy Priorities.

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