Press & News
In issue 82: a utility hacked in New York, Louisiana shelves its efficiency portfolio, and three more corporations join President Obama’s Better Buildings Challenge.
In issue 81: Surrey Schools energy competition in full swing, energy innovation lacking in Illinois, and France shuts the lights off.
In issue 80: a new utility program and school competition for Pulse Energy, J.D. Power’s survey of utility business customers, and new green building standards in China.
The second annual Surrey Schools Energy Conservation Cup kicks off Monday, Feb. 18 with 19 secondary schools and the District Education Centre competing to save the most energy between Feb. 18 and March 1.
Pulse Energy, the world leader in energy intelligence software (EIS) for utilities to serve their commercial customers, announced its first live accounts in FortisBC’s newest commercial efficiency program, EnerTracker.
In issue 79: Consolidated Edison considers energy efficiency instead of a power plant, nine US states have further lowered emissions caps on power generation, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory releases an update on the New York Times building.
In issue 78: Fortis clears a major hurdle to purchasing Central Hudson Gas, and mandated commercial benchmarking comes to Washington, D.C. and Minneapolis.
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In issue 76: Lubbock and Orlando plan advanced metering deployments, a new leader for the BPA, and US utility efficiency spending will double by 2025.
In issue 75: BC Hydro given another year to install smart meters, National Grid outlines its smart grid pilot plans, energy data from Ontario schools to be released, and a new report from the ACEEE on next generation utility efficiency programs.