The Energy Performance Protocol for Targeted Commercial Projects targets small-scale energy efficiency projects.
From increased demand for green energy to smarter buildings, here are five trends to watch in the new year.
By employing a multi-pronged approach to scaling, the Rocky Mountain Institute aims to advance building efficiency.
From Portland to New York City, these destinations make sustainability critical to meeting operations.
The gourmet grocer’s new outpost in Brooklyn is a model for how businesses can incorporate energy efficiency and lower their carbon footprint.
Efficiency opportunities abound in all sorts of commercial buildings, from car dealerships and campuses to malls and supermarkets.
From 100-percent renewable energy strategies to EVs to new finance models for rooftop solar, these trends added up to a brighter future.
According to a new report, sustainable features on private property provide a host of benefits to commercial property owners and their tenants.
Nike, eBay and others led the charge on designing apps and services that helped to drive change over the past year.
Recent winners of the VERGE 25 awards nail down what's driving change in sustainability and technology in 2013, 2014 and 2020.
Five years ago, the Rocky Mountain Institute launched its Retrofit Initiative. Where does the ambitious plan stand today?
John Picard, founder of HP Energy, introduces Blackbird technology that he hopes will be "bigger than the iPhone."
SolarCity is offering Tesla battery packs to reduce your peak-time demand charges with no upfront fee.
With the help of renewable power, the retailer's new store in Evanston, Ill., is its greenest yet.
Remote audits from FirstFuel already have helped the government identify $14.5 million in energy savings. That's just the beginning.
By turning to kaizen principles, Beaumont Health System has saved significant energy and money.
Don't let the limitations of being a tenant stop you. A "green lease" and fostering a culture of improvement go a long way.
With the right approach, building owners can match actual energy savings with the theoretical.
The California college’s West Village is on its way to becoming the largest zero-net energy community in the nation.
At America's largest green building event last week, one thing was clear: The movement is reaching a new level.