Good school lighting provides myriad benefits—including lower power bills and boosted test scores—but effective design requires smart planning.
A group of power industry professionals is joining to forge a new power, control, and device-level technology standard for commercial buildings.
The National Resources Defenses Council and Edison Electric Institute urge officials to help utilities make energy efficiency a durable business proposition.
Consulting Engineers Group has delved into designing and building wind farms. The move has proven to be not only ecologically friendly, but also economically savvy.
The Uptime Institute’s Green Enterprise IT awards salute IT programs that further the cause of ecologically minded systems management—inside the server room, and beyond.
The U.S. Green Building Council’s Fifty for Fifty initiative seeks to partner with state lawmaker to promote eco-friendly construction of learning facilities.
NIST releases the first in a series of reference publications addressing smart design of earthquake-resistant structures.
IEEE and IEC leaders announce plans to improve cooperation between the two groups, with the ultimate goal of co-developing international standards.
College students crack a relatively simple code in frequently used access technology to expose major security weakness.
Following a three-year investigation, a government agency concludes that fire caused to the collapse of the 47-story Building 7 in the World Trade Center complex.