Posted by Matthew Kahn on 05.10.17
In his first budget proposal, President Donald Trump suggested major cuts for many federal environmental programs. Among the casualties of the “America First” budget would be the Energy Star Program, a popular and successful energy efficiency initiative. Energy Star costs little and saves billions. Eliminating it would be a huge mistake.
Lime Energy gathered some of the latest industry news for you. After a long hiatus, we are back with even more energy efficiency news to share.
Posted by Matthew Kahn on 05.09.17
Research shows that it is hard to improve the efficiency of America’s small businesses. They are among the hardest utility customers to address with energy efficiency programs. Lime Energy has figured out how to overcome these barriers by offering simple assessments, providing financing options, and making small business our sole focus.
Posted by Matthew Kahn on 05.02.17
Curious about your facility’s energy savings potential? Begin with a quick visit from one of Lime Energy’s Energy Service Representatives who will identify energy efficiency opportunities in your building and explain how you can save with a few simple upgrades. Best of all, the energy assessment is free and requires no commitment.
Posted by Heather Halstead on 03.30.17
We’ve gathered some of the latest industry news for you. This month in Fuel for Thought we have promising developments both at home and abroad, both decorative and practical.
Posted by Heather Halstead on 02.16.17
When the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots kick off Super Bowl LI on Sunday, they will do so under the LED lights of Houston’s NRG Stadium. Home of the Houston Texans, NRG Stadium is one of many NFL fields to boast sustainable infrastructure. Here are some of the league’s most efficient arenas:
Posted by Heather Halstead on 02.02.17
This week our community mourns the passing and celebrates the legacy of one of its pioneers. Arthur H. Rosenfeld passed away last Friday leaving behind not only loved ones but also a lifetime of inspired and inspiring work on behalf of energy efficiency.
Posted by Heather Halstead on 01.31.17Energy Efficiency Energy Innovations Energy Policies Uncategorized Utilities & Energy Providers