Posts Tagged ‘ energy ’

Supply Chain Nightmares

Mar 17th, 2022

Just when you thought the supply chain nightmare was starting to let up, a war breaks out in Ukraine. With the recent economic sanctions being put into place against Russia, how will this war exacerbate the global supply chain headaches that emerged last year, and is this a temporary crisis or one that will have […]

White House Proposes Participating Companies Fund Energy Star

Mar 26th, 2019

The White House released its proposed budget recently for fiscal year 2020, including key cutbacks in areas pertaining to energy and the environment. “In just over two years, together with the American people, we have launched an unprecedented economic boom,” declares President Donald J. Trump in his opening statements for the proposal, pointing to (among […]

Confirmed: Green Building Makes ‘Cents’ for Commercial Market

May 16th, 2016

  Green building strategies have always sounded good in theory and on paper, but only now are we beginning to see just how effective they are in terms of real-world financial performance. As you might recall, I provided an update last year covering preliminary findings from an independent study of Bentall Kennedy’s 300 office buildings […]

Teenage Tiny House Builder on “Tiny House Nation”

Sep 1st, 2014

“Tiny House Nation” is a new TV Show about homes smaller than 500 square feet. They’re looking for people planning to live in a Tiny House and I told them about my 19-year-old son. Mark wants to live in a Tiny House for some very good reasons: He likes the idea of saving money on […]

New Federal Data Shows Sweeping Savings in Energy Usage by U.S. Building Sector

Jul 2nd, 2013

A new analysis of federal energy data shows that the U.S. building sector’s vigorous efforts toward efficiency standards and subsequent dwindling energy consumption have essentially eliminated the need for any additional power plants to service the building sector. Architecture 2030, a non-profit group devoted to achieving dramatic reductions in climate-change causing greenhouse gas emissions of […]

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