Rambler Park Achieves LEED Platinum EBOM

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

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

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

The Princeton Review has revealed its annual list of the most environmentally friendly colleges and universities.

GBCI and Bureau Veritas Partner on LEED Certification

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

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

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

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

CBRE Group can now claim the lead in LEED for Existing Buildings.

Urban Green Council Warns Against Glass Envelopes

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.