Energy Efficiency

Courtesy: University of Albany, New York Power Authority (NYPA)
Energy Efficiency May 5, 2022

Rooftop solar array construction completed

The New York Power Authority partnered with the University of Albany to develop a 1.9 MWdc rooftop solar array project, providing long-term energy cost savings.

By New York Power Authority (NYPA)
Energy Efficiency April 29, 2022

Webcast: Critical Power: Renewable energy systems

Attend this webcast on May 24, 2022 to learn what to consider when interconnecting renewable energy production systems.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Energy Efficiency April 26, 2022

Seven ways MEP engineering can make your older building more efficient

MEP design engineering tips to live by

By Peter Basso Associates
Energy Efficiency April 22, 2022

Designing a facility to combat hunger and drought with University of Missouri

For designers, a greenhouse is usually a cut-and-dry project with limited room for creativity. However, that was anything but the case for University of Missouri’s (MU) dynamic East Campus Plant Growth Facility.

By CannonDesign
Energy Efficiency April 6, 2022

Technology drives K-12 school changes for energy efficiency, sustainability

Updates, COVID and tech trends are shifting the way K-12 schools are designed. Here’s a look at the topic of energy efficiency, sustainability and renewable energy systems

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Energy Efficiency April 5, 2022

WELL or LEED: Choosing the best sustainability initiative

WELL and LEED certifications might seem different, but they complement each other and can help improve a building’s sustainability for the long term.

By Hannah Moskowitz
Energy Efficiency March 23, 2022

ULI Northwest: Burnside Boardwalk project focuses on energy efficiency and solar energy production

The Burnside Boardwalk focuses on energy efficiency and solar energy production.

By Glumac
Courtesy of: Aztech Engineering
Energy Efficiency March 23, 2022

Geothermal heat-pump well innovations support building electrification

Building electrification is becoming a major tool in fighting climate change and reducing emissions and the Convection Enhanced Geothermal Heat Pump (CEGH) can be a key tool.

By Dean Azzam
Energy Efficiency March 16, 2022

Low-Impact Development: From eco-friendly trend to industry standard

Environmentally conscious construction sites have earned praise over the years as the world’s priorities have shifted to address growing climate concerns.

By Justin Landowski
Courtesy: Amara Rozgus, CFE Media & Technology
Energy Efficiency March 3, 2022

Electrifying idea for cleaner buildings

How about the all-electric home and office building?

By Dodge Construction Network