Ameresco Awarded $21 Million Contract to Illuminate Henderson’s Streets with State-of-the-Art LED Technology

Ameresco, Inc., (NYSE: AMRC), a leading cleantech integrator specializing in energy efficiency and renewable energy, yesterday announced its collaboration with the City of Henderson to upgrade street lighting infrastructure with state-of-the-art LED technology. The $21 million project, awarded to Ameresco, marks a significant step towards enhancing safety, energy efficiency, and … [continued]

New Evergem site is part of ABB’s Mission to Zero™ initiative

ABB Opens New €20 Million Energy-Efficient Factory In Belgium

New energy-efficient facility to meet accelerating demand for smart building components during energy transition Energy optimization, new equipment and a new photovoltaic plant expected to deliver annual operational energy savings of more than 9,400 MWh CO2e emissions reduction of more than 6,700 tons annually is anticipated due to solar panels, … [continued]

DOE Finalizes Efficiency Standards for Lightbulbs to Save Americans Billions on Household Energy Bills

As Mandated by Congress, DOE is Updating General Service Lamps Standards—Bolstering Biden-Harris Administration’s Efforts to Strengthen Outdated Efficiency Standards to Save Americans ~$1 Trillion Over 30 Years WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today finalized Congressionally-mandated energy efficiency standards for general service lamps (GSLs), which include the … [continued]

U.S. DOE Launches Final Phase Of Its L-Prize Lighting Competition On Manufacturing & Installation

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today launched the third and final phase of its Lighting Prize (L-Prize®) competition, a DOE American-Made Challenge designed to spur groundbreaking innovation, local manufacturing, and the benefits of an inclusive, clean-energy economy for next-generation lighting in commercial buildings. Phase 3, called Manufacturing & Installation (M&I), will unfold … [continued]

ORNL Director Stephen Streiffer, right, presents UT-Battelle's donation to Stan Johnson, founder and executive director of SEEED. Credit: ORNL, U.S. Dept. of Energy

UT-Battelle Donates $186,000 to Support SEEED’s Green Construction Program

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s managing contractor, UT-Battelle, presented a donation of $186,000 to Socially Equal Energy Efficient Development, or SEEED, to support the nonprofit’s third green solar home as part of their Green Construction Program. “We are committed to serving the communities that we live in,” UT-Battelle CEO and ORNL Director … [continued]