The Energy Times Executive Briefing March 19 in Washington will address the future of energy, efficiency and utilities, including many of the themes addressed in this commentary.
Buildings account for 40 percent of total U.S. energy consumption--more than any other sector—and their energy use is projected to increase at the fastest rate.
Facilities managers are becoming relentless in their pursuit of energy efficiency. One retailer's story - and what it says about the opening volley in a revolution of how electricity will be used in America.
One-third of greenhouse gas emissions come from buildings.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association President and CEO Evan R. Gaddis released a statement commenting on Senate Finance Committee Chairman Baucus’ energy tax reform proposals released last week.
The most successful utilities in the 21st century will be different from those of the 20th century.
The most successful utilities in the 21st century will be different from those of the 20th century. To remain competitive, U.S. utilities will need to provide cleaner, low-carbon electricity while enabling customers to better manage and reduce...
Our electric delivery industry is facing a crisis. We have seen the slumping economy result in lost customers, lower revenues and more costly collections.
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance has announced that 13 regional energy organizations have pledged to renew their investment in NEEA with $192 million for the 2010-2014 period
To achieve long-term sustainability goals, realize the promise of smart grid technology and capitalize on opportunities presented by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the nation must develop a collaborative, comprehensive energy...