Energy Forecast for 2013-2014

According to a recent Forbes article, our energy usage will be surprisingly diverse in the next two years. "Oil and its liquid derivatives will remain fairly highly priced, but natural gas will continue to cheapen, increasing the spread between the two fuels to unprecedented levels." Natural gas has largely been driven by new technology, so […]

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Ikea to Power Stores with Renewable Energy by 2020

After recently announcing its staunch support for LED lighting, Ikea is looking to become even more energy efficient. The Swedish retailer says it will rely on solar and wind energy to produce all the power it uses at its stores and buildings worldwide by 2020. "Each roof is a power station in the making," says […]

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Featured Product: Natural Gas

Natural gas is a versatile energy source that has many applications, and a large growing number of users. It is a colorless and odorless compound that can be used to power commercial buildings, and even vehicles. Natural gas is the cleanest of all fossil fuels; in fact, it emits only half as much greenhouse gas […]

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Managers Plan for Sustainability

A recent survey found that 80 percent of real estate investors and managers have sustainability strategies and dedicated resources to implement it. What’s more is that 60 percent have been collecting and reporting energy consumption data this year. The 2012 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) Report  included data from 450 property companies that provides […]

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It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's LED

No that’s not a UFO that you’re seeing. Its 49 quadrocopters putting on a light display as they move and swoop among the night sky. Each quadrocopter was equipped with a multicolor LED light. The Ars Electronica Futurelap and Ascending Technologies organized the display, which you can see in the video below.  

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Building Power Use in NYC

Building power use can be an uneven process. Uneven as in more sections of the buildings take up more power and energy. A great example is the recent power use study by New York City’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability. The report estimated that if the city improved poor-performing buildings to reach the median level […]

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Lighting Controls Are Next

A recent report on intelligent lighting controls can shed a lot of light on their benefits. Lighting control systems involve a variety of new technologies that reduce a building’s energy usage by monitoring lighting, occupancy, heating, and much more. Building owners and managers often use control systems to meet building codes and regulations that are […]

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Energy Efficiency is in our Future

A new study from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) found that increased energy efficiency will contribute to a slowing of the annual growth rate of U.S. energy consumption for the next 20 years (which averages out to about 0.3 percent annually). The report laid out 30 different cases of how U.S. energy consumption will […]

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Feature Client - Lukas Liquor

Each month, Worldwide Energy features a client that we have worked with to showcase not only our portfolio, but also our client's business. Project Scope: Lukas Liquor had several goals in mind when upgrading their lighting fixtures. They wanted to increase utility and maintenance savings while creating the right light for certain areas, specifically the […]

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