Two public power utilities made an industry-generated ranking for 2011, driven by large projects.
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Web-based software dashboard helps facility managers assess the potential impact of settings changes or daylight harvesting applications.
After a year of modeling and simulation, 15 university teams will spend the next 24 months retrofitting 2013 Chevrolet Malibu cars into electric vehicles.
The company hopes to do away with conflict-tainted tantalum by the end of 2012, with validation for gold, tin and tungsten targeted for late next year.
New Scotland facility will help European businesses keep from turning old IT hardware into electronic waste.
Renewable energy technology constructed by Apple will contribute about 60 percent of the power needed by its facility in Maiden, N.C.
The system will handle about 45 percent of the electricity needs for the refurbished Lafayette Hotel, whose guests once included stars such as Ava Gardner and Bob Hope.
Although 75 major carbon capture and storage projects are under way, there are only 8 operational sites -- the same number as two years ago.
The new global alliance partners, known as Product Registration Entities, will help scale EPEAT's verification efforts.
Non-rhetorical question: if you bought an electric vehicle tomorrow, would you know where to charge it outside your home?