Starting April 1, 2012, nonresidential owners of Seattle buildings of more than 10,000 sq ft will be required to participate in a benchmarking program designed to gauge energy output and encourage energy reduction.
Earn continuing education units (CEUs) by watching videos from the 2011 Career Smart Engineers Conference, hosted in Chicago on Oct. 13, 2011. The Career Smart Engineers Conference experts teach professional development sessions...
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, along with scientists at the DOE's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed record-breaking sunlight-to-electricity conversion efficiencies in solar cells.
The ACEEE survey lists Massachusetts as the most energy efficient. California, Minnesota, and New York are also included in the top 10. North Dakota, Wyoming, and Mississippi rate among the bottom states.