Energy Strategy for the C-Suite by Andrew Winston, George Favaloro, Tim Healy From the January- February 2017 issue of the Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org/2017/01/energy-strategy-for-the-c-suite Large companies spend millions, or billions, of dollars directly on energy each year—and millions more indirectly, on supply chain, outsourcing, and logistics costs. Yet outside the most energy-intensive industries, the majority of firms approach energy […]
Published on:April 26, 2017Read More
Utilities commission approves replacement of baseline rates for medium, and large business customers BC Hydro receives approval to move to flat rates for businesses. The BC Hydro electricity rates for Large General Service (LGS) customers and Medium General Service (MGS) are changing. Starting on April 1, 2017, LGS and MGS customers will all be charged under […]
Published on:February 16, 2017Read More
ASHRAE, IES Publish 2016 90.1 Building Energy-Efficiency Standard ASHRAE recently announced the publication of ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2016, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings. ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2016 contains 125 addenda published since the release of the 2013 version of the standard. “It is the overall goal of each version to create a consensus standard […]
Published on:November 2, 2016Read More
Natural Resources Canada and the British Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines have streamlined a way for industry to access both federal and provincial program funding for energy management system projects, such as compliance with the ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems standard, in facilities in British Columbia. Implementing an energy management system, such as ISO […]
Published on:August 6, 2016Read More
ATLANTA—While many building rating programs exist worldwide, there is not anything in the industry that standardizes the contents of those programs. A proposed standard from ASHRAE would serve as the “backbone” of such rating systems. ASHRAE Standard 214P, Standard for Determining and Expressing Building Energy Performance in a Rating Program, is intended to standardize building […]
Published on:September 2, 2015Read More
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