Here comes the sun…into corporate sustainability commitments

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Dave GralnikPosted By:
Dave Gralnik
Energy & Sustainability Services

As sustainable energy sources become more accessible and economical, making them increasingly viable alternatives to traditional energy markets, many multinational companies are setting renewable-energy goals. In fact, 60 percent of Fortune 100 companies have set clean energy targets, according to a recent report by the environmental advocacy group Ceres.

But for some of these global… Read More

The U.S. is Getting Wasted

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Bob BestPosted By:
Bob Best
Energy and Sustainability Services

We Americans love to throw stuff away. But one man’s trash is another man’s gold. Or, in this case, another country’s gold.

Global transactions for waste, that is countries selling their waste to other countries to be recovered and turned into profit, is a $443 billion per year industry.

When those giant shipping containers arrive here from China, filled with such… Read More

Get Yourself Out of Hot Water

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Bob BestPosted by:
Bob Best
Energy and Sustainability Services

About 5% of the energy used in buildings is for heating water.

So, if we are going to focus on water conservation, let’s start there.  You’re killing two birds with one stone … saving water and saving energy at the same time.  What magic!

And, water-saving solutions don’t need to be expensive.  Fix dripping faucets with washers that cost cents,… Read More

Nobel Physics prize awards the reduction of global electricity consumption

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Adrián Martínez Espitia
Latin America Energy Analyst

LED Lighting has been an important component in an Energy Efficiency program as “ECM” for JLL since Energy Services have been offered. Therefore, an article dedicated to this was worth-value.

Last December 10th 2014, three Japanese-born scientists  Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura, received the Nobel Physics Prize, due to a discovery that has fostered a revolution in… Read More