Articles Tagged: USA

Intelligent Pumping: Water’s Simple Solution for Big Savings

I was talking to a customer the other day who was lamenting about how difficult it is to meet goals related to energy and cost savings when dealing with an… Read more »

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Forecasts Predict Increase in Cold Weather and Fuel Usage

The United States is sitting pretty with an abundant supply of crude oil and low prices at the pump. And after last winter’s above average temperatures, the inventory of heating… Read more »

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Motivating Energy Savings through the ENERGY STAR National Building Competition

For more than 20 years, people across the United States have looked to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR® program for guidance on how to save energy, save… Read more »

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Proposition 39 Funds Not Meeting Your District’s Needs? Time to Apply Some Leverage

Faced with a lot of needs, and not a lot of money, the Fullerton School District needed some leverage. The needs were particularly acute in the District’s Parks Junior High… Read more »

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Forbes Didn’t Ask Me, But Let’s Pretend They Did

Forbes Magazine just ran a survey with randomly selected Schneider employees, and we scored so well that we ranked as one of the best large employers in America. If you… Read more »

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Powerful Combination: Building Analytics and Green Button

Green Button is an industry initiative stemming from a White House call-to-action for utility providers to voluntarily supply customers with easy access to their energy usage data in a standardized,… Read more »

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Quick Tips for Electrical Safety: Protection against Electrical Fires

  Life or death—following and updating strong safety standards can determine if the outcome is positive or negative. However, electrical contractors are busy with many priorities from daily business duties… Read more »

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Risk and NFPA 70E in Healthcare

The fabric of codes and regulations monitoring healthcare systems is vast and intricate. As one thread in a garment supports and impacts the others, so one standard established (or changed)… Read more »

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Utilities (and Matthew McConaughey) want us to save energy: How utilities drive smarter demand and smarter supply

That Matthew McConaughey is so hot right now. I recently saw him as a tiny cowboy in Dallas Buyer’s Club, then watched him pound his chest in The Wolf of… Read more »

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Congress Is Broken and Energy Efficiency Proves It

Previously described as “the little bill that could”, the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act (S. 1392) has had a hard road. It started over three years ago when U.S…. Read more »

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Forbes Didn’t Ask Me, But Let’s Pretend They Did

Forbes Magazine just ran a survey with randomly selected Schneider employees, and we scored so well that we ranked as one of the best large employers in America. If you… Read more »

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New Survey Indicates Energy Efficiency Investments Are On the Rise but More Work to Be Done

The state of the United States’ economy over the past few years has been met with a significant focus on cost control in both the public and private sectors. At… Read more »

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Congress Is Broken and Energy Efficiency Proves It

Previously described as “the little bill that could”, the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act (S. 1392) has had a hard road. It started over three years ago when U.S…. Read more »

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LNG Exports and All That Gubbins (Part 1)

This post is more of an appetizer compared to a more hearty meal which is to follow. The main course served later delves into a study on LNG exports and… Read more »

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California US: the platform of shore power development

California in the United States is often viewed as the place where innovation starts. When it comes to port and environmental actions, once again, California has been a pioneer. Last… Read more »

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How do hospital power outages increase financial exposure?

I read recently that even though there were 513 outages in the US between 2002 and 2008 (an average of six per month), today only 1 in 20 hospitals (in… Read more »

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Quick Tips for Electrical Safety: Protection against Electrical Fires

  Life or death—following and updating strong safety standards can determine if the outcome is positive or negative. However, electrical contractors are busy with many priorities from daily business duties… Read more »

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Utilities (and Matthew McConaughey) want us to save energy: How utilities drive smarter demand and smarter supply

That Matthew McConaughey is so hot right now. I recently saw him as a tiny cowboy in Dallas Buyer’s Club, then watched him pound his chest in The Wolf of… Read more »

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How Retailers can reduce energy costs and mitigate risks

A 10% decrease in energy costs can have the same impact to a Retailer’s bottom line as an 8% increase in sales/sqf Retailers are under pressure Customers are demanding transparency… Read more »

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Risk and NFPA 70E in Healthcare

The fabric of codes and regulations monitoring healthcare systems is vast and intricate. As one thread in a garment supports and impacts the others, so one standard established (or changed)… Read more »

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Quick Tips for Electrical Safety: Protection against Electrical Fires

  Life or death—following and updating strong safety standards can determine if the outcome is positive or negative. However, electrical contractors are busy with many priorities from daily business duties… Read more »

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Forbes Didn’t Ask Me, But Let’s Pretend They Did

Forbes Magazine just ran a survey with randomly selected Schneider employees, and we scored so well that we ranked as one of the best large employers in America. If you… Read more »

5 Comments

Congress Is Broken and Energy Efficiency Proves It

Previously described as “the little bill that could”, the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act (S. 1392) has had a hard road. It started over three years ago when U.S…. Read more »

4 Comments

Powerful Combination: Building Analytics and Green Button

Green Button is an industry initiative stemming from a White House call-to-action for utility providers to voluntarily supply customers with easy access to their energy usage data in a standardized,… Read more »

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New Survey Indicates Energy Efficiency Investments Are On the Rise but More Work to Be Done

The state of the United States’ economy over the past few years has been met with a significant focus on cost control in both the public and private sectors. At… Read more »

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Utilities (and Matthew McConaughey) want us to save energy: How utilities drive smarter demand and smarter supply

That Matthew McConaughey is so hot right now. I recently saw him as a tiny cowboy in Dallas Buyer’s Club, then watched him pound his chest in The Wolf of… Read more »

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Risk and NFPA 70E in Healthcare

The fabric of codes and regulations monitoring healthcare systems is vast and intricate. As one thread in a garment supports and impacts the others, so one standard established (or changed)… Read more »

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A Pumping Operation That Is No “Big Easy”

When the majority of your city is below sea level and even minor rainfall can require activation of city pumps, you need to be prepared for rain. So it is… Read more »

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LNG Exports and All That Gubbins (Part 1)

This post is more of an appetizer compared to a more hearty meal which is to follow. The main course served later delves into a study on LNG exports and… Read more »

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Proposition 39 Funds Not Meeting Your District’s Needs? Time to Apply Some Leverage

Faced with a lot of needs, and not a lot of money, the Fullerton School District needed some leverage. The needs were particularly acute in the District’s Parks Junior High… Read more »

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