Articles Tagged: green buildings

How to make your building —whether existing or new construction—net-zero energy

Buildings presently account for approximately 40% of the world’s energy consumption, and that figure is on the rise. Experts project that energy consumption in buildings will increase substantially in the… Read more »

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Green Buildings: Why India Needs so Many of Them

The energy consumption in the buildings sector is one of the highest. They provide us with a huge opportunity for energy savings. In India, experts say that close to 70%… Read more »

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With a BMS (Building Management System), Get Greener and Improve Power Quality

It’s not easy being green, a point first made by a talking frog. Building owners and managers can become environmentally and financially greener by monitoring electricity and its usage. Doing… Read more »

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Tenant Metering: It Makes Dollars and Sense

Whether you are a building owner or tenant, adopting tenant metering, or utility submetering, makes more sense than ever when it comes to cost savings and sustainability. Tenant metering allows… Read more »

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I like to think of myself as a frequent traveler: more than 35 countries visited, at the top of a few airline status lists, and with a fail-safe packing strategy…. Read more »

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Goodbye, Green Buildings

I’ve been a self-proclaimed green buildings dork since 2006, when I lived in one of the most sustainable cities in the US—Seattle—and learned the joys of efficient public transportation and… Read more »

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Development of Green Buildings Market in India – Part III

We conclude our three part series on the development of the market for green buildings in India by discussing two of the key initiatives taken by Schneider Electric in India… Read more »

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Healthy Ingredients for a Green Building

For my first blog for Schneider Electric, I’d like to write about creating healthier building environments.  How many of you, while at the grocery store, always look at the box… Read more »

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Hotel Genius

I like to think of myself as a frequent traveler: more than 35 countries visited, at the top of a few airline status lists, and with a fail-safe packing strategy…. Read more »

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With a BMS (Building Management System), Get Greener and Improve Power Quality

It’s not easy being green, a point first made by a talking frog. Building owners and managers can become environmentally and financially greener by monitoring electricity and its usage. Doing… Read more »

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Tenant Metering: It Makes Dollars and Sense

Whether you are a building owner or tenant, adopting tenant metering, or utility submetering, makes more sense than ever when it comes to cost savings and sustainability. Tenant metering allows… Read more »

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Healthy Ingredients for a Green Building

For my first blog for Schneider Electric, I’d like to write about creating healthier building environments.  How many of you, while at the grocery store, always look at the box… Read more »

1 Comment

Goodbye, Green Buildings

I’ve been a self-proclaimed green buildings dork since 2006, when I lived in one of the most sustainable cities in the US—Seattle—and learned the joys of efficient public transportation and… Read more »

1 Comment

Development of Green Buildings Market in India – Part III

We conclude our three part series on the development of the market for green buildings in India by discussing two of the key initiatives taken by Schneider Electric in India… Read more »

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Green Buildings: Why India Needs so Many of Them

The energy consumption in the buildings sector is one of the highest. They provide us with a huge opportunity for energy savings. In India, experts say that close to 70%… Read more »

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How to make your building —whether existing or new construction—net-zero energy

Buildings presently account for approximately 40% of the world’s energy consumption, and that figure is on the rise. Experts project that energy consumption in buildings will increase substantially in the… Read more »

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Hotel Genius

I like to think of myself as a frequent traveler: more than 35 countries visited, at the top of a few airline status lists, and with a fail-safe packing strategy…. Read more »

6 Comments

Healthy Ingredients for a Green Building

For my first blog for Schneider Electric, I’d like to write about creating healthier building environments.  How many of you, while at the grocery store, always look at the box… Read more »

1 Comment

Goodbye, Green Buildings

I’ve been a self-proclaimed green buildings dork since 2006, when I lived in one of the most sustainable cities in the US—Seattle—and learned the joys of efficient public transportation and… Read more »

1 Comment

Development of Green Buildings Market in India – Part III

We conclude our three part series on the development of the market for green buildings in India by discussing two of the key initiatives taken by Schneider Electric in India… Read more »

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Tenant Metering: It Makes Dollars and Sense

Whether you are a building owner or tenant, adopting tenant metering, or utility submetering, makes more sense than ever when it comes to cost savings and sustainability. Tenant metering allows… Read more »

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With a BMS (Building Management System), Get Greener and Improve Power Quality

It’s not easy being green, a point first made by a talking frog. Building owners and managers can become environmentally and financially greener by monitoring electricity and its usage. Doing… Read more »

Leave a comment

Green Buildings: Why India Needs so Many of Them

The energy consumption in the buildings sector is one of the highest. They provide us with a huge opportunity for energy savings. In India, experts say that close to 70%… Read more »

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How to make your building —whether existing or new construction—net-zero energy

Buildings presently account for approximately 40% of the world’s energy consumption, and that figure is on the rise. Experts project that energy consumption in buildings will increase substantially in the… Read more »

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