Rambler Park Achieves LEED Platinum EBOM


(08/14/2014)
Rambler Park, a 310,000-square-foot office building in Dallas, has been awarded the first LEED Platinum for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance certification in the city and north Texas.

Empire State Energy Program Saves $7.5 Million


(08/14/2014)
An energy efficiency program at the iconic Empire State Building has generated about $7.5 million in savings over the past three years.

PSE&G Petitions to Extend Energy Efficiency Program


(08/14/2014)
Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest utilities provider, wants the state to spend $110 million and extend an energy efficiency program that benefits hospitals, multi-family housing units, nonprofits and government agencies.

Princeton Review Names Top Green Schools


(08/13/2014)
The Princeton Review has revealed its annual list of the most environmentally friendly colleges and universities.

GBCI and Bureau Veritas Partner on LEED Certification


(08/13/2014)
Bureau Veritas has partnered with the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) to help verify projects for LEED certification.

Northside First LEED Platinum School in North Carolina


(08/06/2014)
Northside Elementary School in Chapel Hill, N.C. is the first LEED Platinum elementary school in North Carolina.

JLL Tool Measures Green Building and Productivity


(08/06/2014)
Management and real estate services firm JLL wants to help businesses gauge whether having an environmentally friendly workplace makes employees more productive.

Energy Department Invests $6 Million to Research Building Efficiency


(07/30/2014)
The Energy Department is funding up to $6 million for four commercial building projects that will help guide owners as they look to adopt energy efficient technologies.

CBRE Group Leads in Sustainable Design


(07/30/2014)
CBRE Group can now claim the lead in LEED for Existing Buildings.

Urban Green Council Warns Against Glass Envelopes


(07/23/2014)
The nonprofit Urban Green Council (UGC) is warning builders that choosing subpar materials to meet energy performance standards may actually consume more energy than planned.