China made international news earlier this summer when it announced a new pledge to peak its emissions by 2030, in addition to other climate commitments.
Implementing best practices in operations can significantly improve building efficiency. Today’s technologies create unprecedented energy data for analysis and action. The performance of building systems, operational changes and maintenance efforts can be tracked over time. These technology tools will be transformative if we continue to evolve our energy management practices, review the data, build our plans and act on new information. The goal? Bringing people and technology together to improve building performance.
Buildings are an important part of the sustainability picture for Mexico City.
As China urbanizes, buildings in the country’s cities are a growing source of emissions and air pollution.
Urbanization is reshaping the economy, energy systems, and climate of our planet. By 2050, the world’s cities are expected to add 2.
Experts attending an Institute for Building Efficiency roundtable agreed that it is time for more holistic approaches to building energy savings using available technologies to support the optimization of building performance. Intelligent efficiency looks beyond specific components – it enables a step-change in efficiency by using information and communications technologies to optimize...
If you want to find major emitters of greenhouse gases, look no further than your city’s skyline.