NCAA Basketball Tournament - the Winners and Losers in Renewables

    With all the hype over the NCAA men's college basketball tournament, (an estimated 70 million brackets were filled out this season,) everyone is looking for a new angle on how to determine the winners.  While it has proven not be the most successful way of picking teams for actual, on the court, victories, […]

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European Smart Lighting Experiment: New Technology, Huge Savings

    The world's largest "smart lighting" experiment is happening in Albertslund, Denmark, a European suburb of Copenhagen. The Danish Outdoor Lighting Lab, (or DOLL,) is a 1.5 square-kilometer area housing 18 different companies, 50 intelligent lighting systems, and 10 management systems.  Data from the lab shows that approximately one fifth of Copenhagen's electricity usage goes toward […]

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Californian Innovation: Floating Solar Project Breaks Records

    What will be the record largest floating solar PV array in the United States is now under construction in California's Sonoma County.  In addition to the massive size of the solar project, (which is expected to generate 12.5 MW of electricity and power 3,000 homes,) the excitement around this venture in particular is the developer's […]

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Wind Energy Continues to Grow in U.S.

    According to data released by the U.S. Department of Energy, the wind energy sector added "significantly more" electricity over the previous year than any other resource in 2014.  While only 4.4% of all electricity generated in the U.S. last year was from the wind, wind energy remains the country's fifth largest source of […]

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General Motors Increasing Renewable Energy Use

    Upon completion of a new wind farm currently being constructed, General Motors' factories in Mexico will be run on renewable, clean wind energy.  Seventeen turbines are expected to create 34MW, which is enough energy to support GM's 104 acre Toluca Complex in addition to powering three other local factories.  The company sees exceptional benefits […]

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Levi's Water Conservation Efforts Actually Save the Company Money

    It is sometimes thought that for a company to  "go green," they must spend some green, particularly in regards to conservation and sustainability.  While it is true that most environmentally friendly projects come with an upfront cost, the overall return on investment is always worth the bill.  In addition, Levi Strauss has developed a […]

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Outdoor LED Lighting Upgrades Could Save Billions

    There is no denying that LED's are the lighting technology of the future, and in many cases, the lighting technology of today. Day after day LED lighting upgrade projects make news headlines, whether it be the first fully LED lit Super Bowl or a mega-company like Ford installing LED lighting in its manufacturing […]

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Apple's at it Again, Creating a $2 Billion Solar-Powered Command Center

  Apple Inc. is one of the growing number of corporate giants to adopt renewable energy strategies into everyday business practices.  In addition to the obvious benefits to the environment, the new energy savings models these mega-corporations are using save the companies tremendous amounts of money on utilities while providing an excellent source of positive media […]

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Three U.S. Surprises Among the Top Seven Global "Smart City" Leaders

    Each year the Intelligent Community Forum, (ICF,) ranks the worlds "smartest" cities.  As defined by the ICF, intelligent communities are, “cities and regions that use technology not just to save money or make things work better, but also to create high-quality employment, increase citizen participation and become great places to live and work.” The […]

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