Drexel University Becomes First U.S. Institution to Adopt Viridity Smart Grid Technology
Drexel University has become the first institution in the country that will deploy Viridity's VPower System energy monitoring system on its main campus, located in Philadelphia's University City District.
100 Scientists Support Ten By Ten Call
More than a hundred scientists specialising in climate change, the environment and ecology came together in London to support the Environmental Parliament's launch of the TEN BY TEN campaign.
Green Business Bureau Helps Businesses Get Most Environmental Bang for Their Buck
The Green Business Bureau helps eco-minded businesses and consumers across the nation save money while saving the environment.
Microsoft Licenses Berkeley Lab's Home Energy Saver Code for Its Energy Management Software
Microsoft Corporation has launched a Web-based home energy management service, Hohm, which uses the energy models in the Home Energy Saver, developed by the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab).
Johnson Controls Named Green Business of the Year by Milwaukee Business Journal
Johnson Controls has been named Green Business of the Year in southeastern Wisconsin as part of the inaugural Green Business Awards program by the Business Journal Serving Greater Milwaukee.
$30 Million From DOE for Carbon Capture, Sequestration
Two University of California, Berkeley, faculty members will receive $30 million over the next five years from the US Department of Energy to find better ways to separate carbon dioxide from power plant and natural gas well emissions and stick it permanently underground, according to an announcement yesterday (Monday, April 27) from the White House.
Waste Management Releases First CFL Packaging and Recycling Program
Waste Management, today announced that it will provide Earthmate compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs) in recyclable packaging that also doubles as a CFL recycling kit.
Mobile Industry Unites to Drive Universal Charging Solution for Mobile Phones
The GSMA and 17 leading mobile operators and manufacturers today announced that they are committed to implementing a cross-industry standard for a universal charger for new mobile phones.
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