The Wichita U.S. Courthouse wins the 2013 Better Buildings Federal Award by cutting energy intensity 20 percent through no-cost and low-cost measures.
The Obama administration points to a new Alcoa recycling facility as an example of reaping energy savings rewards through its Better Plants Challenge.
In its first year, President Obama’s Better Buildings Challenge has signed up 7,700 participants that have reduced energy use by 2.5 percent across the board, saving $58 million annually.
3 big companies join the Better Buildings Challenge, a national program launched to make America’s commercial and industrial buildings at least 20 percent more efficient by 2020.
The Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge has joined forces with the Green Sports Alliance to help teams, venues and leagues be more eco-friendly.
The U.S Department of Energy has announced nearly $14 million in funding for collaborative efforts across 22 states focused on increasing energy efficiency.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced locations for three Centers of Building Operations Excellence aimed at training building operators in efficiency.