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Infographic: DOE's Better Buildings Alliance releases 2016 update

Every year, the U.S. Department of Energy releases an annual Winter Progress Update highlighting programmatic activities and partner successes of the Better Buildings Alliance. The 2016 Winter Progress Update lauds the accomplishments of more than 200 partners, representing more than  Read More...

Las Vegas casinos doubling down on renewables, energy efficiency

MGM Resorts, Wynn and Las Vegas Sands are looking to add more renewable energy at their facilities. MGM already boasts the “largest convention center solar array in the world,” and the expanded Mandalay Bay Convention Center is incorporating an additional rooftop solar photovoltaic array Read More...

MGM Resorts, in pursuit of cleaner power, will pay $87M to leave its utility

Two of the largest casinos in Las Vegas issued notice last week that they will stop purchasing electricity from their current utility, NV Energy, which is a subsidiary of Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. MGM Resorts International, citing its pursuit of more renewable energy sources, said Read More...

MGM Resorts, NRG complete nation's largest rooftop solar installation

MGM Resorts International, in partnership with NRG Energy Inc., has completed an expansion of a massive rooftop solar installation at  the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. The expanded solar array  has more than 26,000 photovoltaic panels and produces a Read More...

MGM, Wynn move forward with plans to stop buying power from NV Energy

New filings with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission indicate MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resorts Ltd. intend to proceed with their plans to stop purchasing power from their utility, NV Energy. In a July 8 filing, MGM Executive Vice President John Mc Read More...

MGM, Wynn Resorts cease purchasing utility power

Following more than a yearlong regulatory process, MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resorts have ceased purchasing power from their utility, NV Energy. The two corporations, which believe the breakup will allow them to more economically pursue renewable energy to power their operations, Read More...

Mandalay Bay implements wireless control network

MGM Resorts International has implemented a wireless control network at its Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas in order to digitize more than 1,600 light fixtures covering approximately 1 million square feet of floor space across six exhibit halls.The system features the Daintree wireless c Read More...

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