The Trump Administration is reportedly preparing to release $1 trillion in federal funds to improve our nation’s infrastructure. This is good news for ESCOs, as the proposed bill applies to upgrading the energy infrastructure of both commercial and government buildings. According to t
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a major expansion to the NYC Carbon Challenge, a partnership between the city’s public and private sectors aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions through building modernization. In In early February, the NYC Carbon Challenge expanded to
With areas on the East Coast reeling from the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, it becomes more and more apparent that hurricane protection is becoming a national priority. The devastation to urban areas and sprawling cities hit by these tropical storms can take years to repair and st
As the mayhem Hurricane Isaac unleashed on parts of the south continues to mount, many building owners find themselves without power and worse–dealing with the damage to buildings–such as blown out windows, roof damage and interior damage from window glass projectiles.
Hurricane season is almost upon us and with the unpredictability that hurricanes can bring–heavy rains, damaging winds–it’s critical that the infrastructure of buildings in areas affected by hurricanes are able to withstand the winds. While boarding up and covering w