CleanTech Alliance, the nation’s largest clean technology industry association, has elected five new members to its Board of Directors, extending the Alliance’s industry expertise, reach, and influence.
By Eric Francavilla, originally published by PNNL China can build its way to a more energy efficient future — one house, apartment and retail store at a time — by improving the rules regulating these structures, according to a study by the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. PNNL scientists at the Joint Global Change […]
Originally published by Clean Technica Energy benchmarking may not sound like the most important concept in the clean tech dictionary, but it’s helped Seattle identify an energy efficiency path forward to save up to $90 million annually on utility bills. These estimated savings come courtesy of the Seattle 2011/2012 Building Energy Benchmarking Analysis, which summarizes data […]
Last Friday morning began with plenty of coffee, a healthy dose of surly and a splash of edginess to kick off the WCTA Second Annual Meeting featuring Denis Hayes of the Bullitt Foundation. Nearly 300 leaders in the cleantech industry came together to hear Hayes remark on the future of clean technology and the built […]
A single advanced building control in development could slash 18% off the annual energy bill of the average large office building with no loss of comfort, according to a report by researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. “An 18-percent boost in building energy efficiency by modifying a single factor is very, very good,” said […]