Class of 1966 Environmental Center at Williams College

In spring of 2015, The Class of 1966 Environmental Center opened with the dedication of the new building and a number of related events.  More

Using Retrocommissioning to Tackle Campus Carbon Footprint

Seattle Pacific University is a private college campus with more than 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students, located in the heart of Seattle,...  More

Toward a Smarter Grid

Steven Low, a Caltech professor of computer science and electrical engineering, says we are on the cusp of a transformation, a restructuring...  More

Lab Utilities Sustainability: Cost Savings and Resource Efficiency

At its heart, the quest for sustainability on campus is about minimizing waste: waste of water, waste of energy, waste of resources of all kinds...  More

Boston University: A Model for Sustainability

Boston University Dining Services serves hungry students, staff and faculty daily through three residential dining halls, one kosher dining hall,...  More

From Old to New: VRF Improving the College Campus

A proven HVAC technology worldwide, Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning is known for providing superior occupant comfort.  More

Utilizing Daylight Brings More Than Just Energy Savings

Natural light has the ability to transform a space, providing a bright and engaging environment for learning. But while adding daylight to a...  More

Upgrading Campus History: Windows Provide Green Update to Older Structures

According to the United States Census Bureau, there are more than 2,800 two- & four-year private colleges and universities in the United States....  More

Green Building Materials Hit the Wall Over Certification Wars

Many of us in the commercial building and green building materials industry are hearing the cries from the front lines of the green building...  More

Cornell Implements First Solar Array to Expand Renewable Portfolio

2MW Solar Farm Will Help Reach Carbon Neutrality: Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, has been on the forefront of world issues and committed to...  More