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CxEnergy 2021 Abstract Submission Deadline Sept. 30

The AABC Commissioning Group is reaching out to building commissioning, TAB and energy management subject matter experts to share their knowledge at the largest gathering of industry professionals in the nation. Read More …

EMA Launches Building Energy Management Techniques and Strategies for Engineers, Facility Managers

The Energy Management Association has created a new course aimed at providing commercial and public building personnel with the tools they need to increase energy efficiency, reduce costs and optimize systems. EMA’s Building Energy Management Techniques and Strategies for Engineers and Facility Managers debuts Read More …

CxEnergy 2019 Plenary to Explore Impact of 5G Technology on Industry

The sixth annual CxEnergy Conference & Expo will begin with a look into the future. The advent of 5G-enabled technologies will vastly disrupt many industries and CxEnergy has invited Steve Schmerber, director of field application engineering, CommScope, to speak at the Opening Plenary session about how it may impact the professions of energy management and commissioning. Read More …

CxEnergy 2016 Final Technical Program Announced

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The #1 commissioning and energy management event of the year – CxEnergy Conference & Expo – provides more topical, in-depth educational sessions than ever for commissioning and energy management professionals. Read More …

Innovative Funding Sources Provide Upgrades to Healthcare Facilities’ Infrastructures

U.S. hospitals spend nearly $5 billion annually on energy and related costs. Most main hospital buildings in the U.S. are more than 20 years old so it’s not too hard to realize that a significant portion of that spending could be curbed through improvements in energy use.1 Read More …

Rethinking ROI: Getting creative to balance financial, social and environmental needs

We all love to discuss sustainable “hospitals of the future,” using renewable Energy to produce even more than they consume. And these are vital conversations. Healthcare facilities are tremendous energy consumers and generate about 8 percent of greenhouse gases worldwide. That’s a big deal Read More …

Efficiency Radar: Today’s trends, what the future holds for healthcare energy management

Advancements in building system technologies and operating practices have driven substantial improvements in energy efficiency over the last several decades. The energy intensity of commercial buildings has gone down by about 8.5 percent since the 1980s, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Read More …

Call for Presentation Proposals for CleanMed 2014 Deadline Extended

Practice Greenhealth and Health Care Without Harm are having a open call for CleanMed 2014 presentation proposals and are urging thought leaders in the field of sustainability to submit ideas. The deadline has been recently extended to 5 p.m. EDT Friday, Oct. 11. Read More …

EPA Debuts Upgraded Energy Star Portfolio Manager Benchmarking Tool

WASHINGTON, D.C. –– The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced the release of an upgrade to its popular online energy management and tracking tool, Energy Star Portfolio Manager. The new benchmarking tool delivers a more user-friendly interface, enhanced data sharing capabilities, better reporting and, for the first time, the ability to manage buildings across their lifecycle from design through occupancy. Read More …

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