Happy 25th! We couldn't have done it without you.
Dec 22, 2014 —
You share our passion to reveal truths, inspire better results, preserve energy resources and create healthy places for people to live and work. For 25 years, you have helped us create lasting change. Visit our timeline.
Energy cost savings uncovered in iconic Chicago buildings
Oct 22, 2014 —
We collaborated with the Environmental Defense Fund to train and place ten Climate Corps fellows at 26 buildings totaling more than 13 million square feet of commercial space. These fellows have helped building owners and operators identify 6.6 million kilowatt hours in energy savings, worth $1.6 million to participating organizations. Learn more.
LEED Platinum building
Oct 10, 2014 —
Our new home in the University Crossing development has successfully earned LEED Platinum Core and Shell Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. It’s the first building in the development to receive official certification, with certification expected soon for the UW Health Digestive Health Center and the office interiors of Potter Lawson and the Energy Center. Read more.
Webinar: energy efficiency for small businesses
Oct 06, 2014 —
Tracy La Haise moderated a webinar for AESP on September 25 entitled From Behavior Change to Deep Energy Retrofits: Capturing Savings in the Small Business Market. View the recording.
Construction contracts incorporate energy performance
Sep 19, 2014 —
Adam McMillen will join Paul Torcellini of NREL and Boyd Black from the University of Chicago, at Greening the Heartland to share a variation on traditional design-build procurement and delivery that has proven effective in achieving building energy-performance goals. Learn more.
Predicting climate change impacts
Sep 19, 2014 —
Doug Ahl will speak at the ASERTTI Fall Meeting about an Energy Center project that used a modeling framework to examine the impacts of future climate variability on energy consumption, peak demand and costs at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center in southern Mississippi.