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Sears Tower Unveils Sustainability Plan

Sears Tower has announced plans for the most significant sustainable modernization projects of an existing building ever undertaken.


Birdair Introduces World's First Recyclable Architectural Fabric Membrane

Birdair, the leading specialty contractor of lightweight long-span roofing systems and tensile structures throughout the world, introduces Kenafine membrane - the world's first and only fully recyclable architectural fabric membrane.


PPM Installs 800kW Solar Power Plant on Sierra Aluminum's Roof

Pacific Power Management (PPM), announced today that they have completed the finance, design and installation of an 800 kW power plant for Sierra Aluminum Company under a power purchase agreement (PPA).


First Solar-Powered City to Fuel Clean Industry, Economic Recovery

Real estate developer Kitson & Partners today announced a landmark agreement with electric utility Florida Power & Light to build the world's largest solar photovoltaic power plant at Babcock Ranch, Florida - making it the world's first city powered by solar energy.


Toshiba to Launch New Lighting Systems Business in Europe

Toshiba Corporation today announced that the company will start a major initiative to launch its new lighting business in Europe and the USA.


Cleanfield to Install Turbines as Part of Durham College Expansion Plans

Cleanfield Energy, a subsidiary of Cleanfield Alternative Energy, announced today that it has received an order for the installation of six Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWTs) onto the rooftop of Durham College's Whitby Campus building.


Wells Fargo Exceeds US$2bn in Financing for LEED-Certified "Green" Buildings

Wells Fargo & Company has said it has surpassed US$2 billion in lending for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified buildings.


Veolia Energy Partners with Comcast Center in Sustainability Effort

Veolia Energy North America, the owner and operator of the largest portfolio of district energy (heating and cooling) networks in the United States, confirmed that the company is providing heating and cooling services to the Comcast Center in Philadelphia through its subsidiary, Trigen-Philadelphia Energy Corporation.



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