DIRTT Sets Green Standards for Modular Walls


(12/11/2014)
Calgary-based Doing It Right This Time, or DIRTT, a modular wall manufacturer, announced this month that it has set the official international standard for measuring and reporting how modular wall components measure up in terms of sustainability.

Ikea to Expand Michigan’s Largest Solar Array


(12/11/2014)
Beginning in spring 2015, Ikea will be installing more solar panels on top of its expansive Detroit-area store. The project will be the state’s largest rooftop solar array.

Green Bonds Fund University of Cincinnati Renovation


(12/11/2014)
The University Cincinnati (UC) has become the first public university in the country to issue Green Bonds for new construction.

Business Leaders Support EPA’s Clean Power Plan


(12/10/2014)
A coalition of business leaders has voiced support of the federal Clean Power Plan.
 

Green Mountain Power Becomes First B Corp Utility Company


(12/10/2014)
Green Mountain Power (GMP) in Colchester has been recognized as the first utility company in the world to become a certified B Corp.
 

Photovoltaic Installation Projected To Surge


(12/03/2014)
The amount of building applied photovoltaics (BAPV) installations will more than double by 2020, according to a market research report from Transparency Market Research.
 

Data Centers Aim for Energy Efficiency


(12/03/2014)
Renewable energy used to help power data centers is increasingly gaining interest, according to a new survey from Minneapolis-based Mortenson Construction.
 

WorldGBC Searches for New CEO


(11/19/2014)
The World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) is seeking a new CEO.

Advanced Energy Capital Signs Funding Deal with Renew Energy Partners


(11/19/2014)
Advanced Energy Capital (AEC) of Brooklyn has signed an agreement with and Renew Energy Partners of Boston to provide funding up to $25 million in energy and water efficiency and on-site clean energy retrofit projects in commercial, institutional and industrial (CI&I) buildings.

New Jersey Schools Commit to Sustainability


(11/19/2014)
Four school districts in New Jersey are on board to begin making sustainable improvements at their schools, with the guidance of a new certification program sponsored by a state nonprofit: Sustainable Jersey for Schools.