The introduction of Big Data to domestic energy use offers the opportunity to reduce energy use without sacrificing comfort.
Building characteristics are only one part of the energy efficiency story. Changing behaviour is equally as important.
Is the value of energy efficiency reflected in house prices?
Do the recent changes in regulations governing power plants mean the U.S. is engaged in a War on Coal?
Recycling material obviously benefits the environment, but are there ways to reduce our waste stream that do even more?
Climate Change divestment campaigns have yet to generate widespread public support. But what if divestiture was seen as responsible fund management?
NIMBYism is not only a threat to development of renewable energy in America. Rather, it is a global challenge.
Part Three of Water Week. Water and energy are interdependent resources and, as the population grows and the climate changes, we will need to carefully manage our resources.
There exist ready solutions to our clean energy challenges; S&S looks to offshore wind efforts in New York as an example.
The disparity between estimated and actual energy consumption is the energy performance gap. S&S looks at its causes and potential solutions in this third installment of the Green Deal series.