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Energy Efficiency  -  February 5, 2016

National Grid's new Massachusetts energy efficiency plan expected to save billions

The company's three-year plan is expected to generate $3.6 billion in Massachusetts customer benefits over the lifetime of the efficiency investments.
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Power Prices  -  February 5, 2016

DTE Electric rate request would lower bills for C&I customers

Under a rate request, commercial customers could see a 0.4% decrease and large industrial customers could experience an average cut of 5.6%.
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Solar  -  February 4, 2016

EIA provides monthly, state-level, small-scale solar estimates

A new information resource is available to energy managers interested in monitoring where facilities are using onsite solar power.
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Energy Efficiency  -  February 1, 2016

Conveyor Belt to Energy Savings: an adidas Case Study

The adidas Group created a set of energy efficiency guidelines for new distribution center construction with help from the Environmental Defense Fund's Climate Corps program.
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Demand Management  -  January 29, 2016

Advanced sensor market for commercial buildings to surpass $1B in 2016, study finds

The market for advanced building sensors that are key to increasing energy efficiency is rapidly expanding and expected to reach the $1 billion threshold this year.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 26, 2016

Why C&I businesses need to think about saving water

As water scarcity becomes an increasing concern for many U.S., states, cities and municipalities, corporations should take notice because water scarcity often means higher water bills.
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Commercial  -  January 22, 2016

Mayors' survey reveals strong support for LED lighting, energy efficient buildings, solar tech

Cities are deploying solar electricity systems, LED lighting and low-energy buildings to meet energy and climate goals.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 21, 2016

Top 10 Energy Smart Tips for Existing Building Upgrades

This is a one-pager that identifies 10 general tips for increasing building energy efficiency.
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CHP  -  January 20, 2016

Massive NYC development to become city's first off-grid residential complex

A state of-the-art cogeneration plant will enable the development to generate its own electricity, hot water, heating, and cooling onsite, independent of the local electric grid.
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Distributed Generation  -  January 20, 2016

Clean energy guru sees more corporate renewables purchases

Bloomberg New Energy Finance's Michael Liebreich anticipates corporations will continue pursuit of directly sourcing renewable energy to power their organizations.
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