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Building Technology, Clean Grid Technology, Whole Building

Energy Audit the First of it’s Kind, Brings in New Clientele

23 Dec , 2020  

Alex Schultz, ERS Energy audits are commonplace in the efficiency services industry. Engineers and consulting professionals are frequently conducting audits in the industrial, commercial, and residential sectors to help clients assess where they are at and what improvements they can make in order to reach efficiency goals. However, December 2020 will stand as a monumental […]

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Building Technology, Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Virtual Audits: A New Era of Ensuring At-Home Efficiency

7 Oct , 2020  

energyefficiencyday.org, 10/7/2020. Working from home, teaching children from your kitchen table, enrolling for classes online, and/or streaming more entertainment? COVID-19 means residential energy usage is higher than normal. Homes that are less efficient may lead to particularly high spikes in monthly bills. Energy audits that reveal the areas where energy is escaping are more important […]

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Building Technology, Whole Building

#Swapped16: Energy Teams Swap Buildings and Uncover Energy Savings

20 Sep , 2016  

Energy Efficiency Meets Reality TV The Wall Street Journal, September 13, 2016 Companies usually don’t allow managers from other businesses to poke around their facilities, with television cameras no less, and criticize how they do things. But that is just what happens in “Better Buildings Challenge Swap,” a reality-video series produced by the Energy Department […]

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Building Technology, Whole Building

European Industrial Plants Identify Savings Opportunities

12 May , 2016  

european industrial plants

Commission warmly welcomes benefits of industrial insulation Euractiv, May 12, 2016. Image credit: MichaelGaida Energy audits at 180 industrial plants revealed that they were missing out on savings of more than 750,000 MWH/year. The audits found that insulation could bring reductions of 500,000 tonnes of global warming CO2 to the plants. That is roughly equivalent to […]

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