A terrible irony: affordable housing saddled with unaffordable energy bills that burden low-income families and the public housing agencies that assist them.
Sustainability on college campuses used to bring to mind images of recycling bins in the student centers. Today, more and more U.S. colleges and universities are recognizing the larger possibilities of taking a whole-systems approach to making their campuses more sustainable.
Tomorrow, RMI will facilitate a charrette at AT&T’s corporate headquarters in Dallas in order to explore ideas, barriers, and crosscutting opportunities to significantly reduce energy use across the company’s massive infrastructure of facilities, technology, and people.
For low-income Americans, weatherization and residential energy efficiency provides real relief
Big Data remains a fairly nebulous concept for many real estate professionals, including those who stand to gain tremendously from it right now: real estate energy managers.