Worldwide Energy Partners with Daintree Wireless Controls

    Worldwide Energy is now the metro's exclusive partner for Daintree Wireless Controls.     Daintree Networks is the only company to offer an integrated solution for Lighting, HVAC, Plug-Load Controls, energy monitoring and more in an open standard software.  ControlScope® is the industry’s most intelligent, comprehensive, and cost-effective energy management solution for taking control […]

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URGENT: KCP&L Energy Efficiency Rebates Program Changing July 1st

    KCP&L Business Energy Efficiency Rebate Program Changing - July 1st, 2015     Time is quickly running out to maximize your rebate from KCP&L on your facility's energy efficient lighting project.  On July 1st, KCP&L will be changing the Energy Efficiency Rebate Program. Rebate amounts for your current or potential project will be affected, […]

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Solar Rebate Program in Kansas City May End

  Kansas City Power & Light is looking to stop the popular rebate program in Kansas City. The rebate programs provides financial incentives to Missouri customers who install solar systems to their homes or businesses. The amount of rebates filed jumped from $350,00 in 2010 to $12 million in 2012.   KCP&L filed with the […]

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Small Buildings Are Key to Big Energy Savings

A new study from the National Trust for Historic Preservation found that widespread efficiency efforts among the 4.4 million small buildings across the country could save $30 billion per year in energy costs. The study says small commercial buildings (50,000 square feet and smaller) offer "substantial and immediate energy efficiency opportunities and cost savings. Profitable […]

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Free Building Energy Tools Gain Ground

Energy benchmarking is becoming a must for large cities, with Boston being the latest one. Benchmarking mandates the measurement and disclosure of energy use for large buildings, and is meant to help building owners understand their energy use better, and to take action in poorly performing buildings. In an effort to inspire action, the Lawrence […]

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Is Solar Thermal the Next Big Renewable?

Concentrated solar power (CSP) could unlock a clean energy future - if it clears the regulatory, technological, and financial hurdles in its way. The Center for American Progress recently released a white paper that estimates "CSP could add up to 16 gigawatts of baseload power globally within a few years, with a larger  return on […]

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U.S. Market Most Attractive for Renewable Energy

For the tenth year in a row, Ernst & Young released their findings for the top countries that are most attractive for renewable energy. This year the title goes to the United States. The annual Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index ranks 40 of the most active countries for renewables based on several factors including incentives, […]

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Efficiency Measures Save Seattle $1.25 Million

According to an official report, energy conservation measures at city facilities have saved the City of Seattle $1.25 million since 2008. The city has a history of monitoring and improving the energy efficiency of its facilities. The report covers 6.2 million square feet of city-owned and operated building space. It found that city-owned downtown buildings […]

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Extending Energy Policies Would Reduce CO2 Emissions

The U.S. Energy Information Administration released a report stating that extending current energy policies could reduce annual carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. "Policies that would need to be extended to achieve the reduction include the production tax credit for wind, biomass, geothermal and other renewable resources, and the investment tax credit for solar generation […]

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