Tag: water efficiency


Texas windmill in the sunset

Texas faces an unusual scenario when it seeks to advance property-assessed clean energy (PACE). The state has a tradition of seeking private-sector solutions and streamlining government activities. This means PACE methods adopted in other states – such as Connecticut – Read more…


The process of updating the 2012 International Green Construction Code moves to Memphis this week. The IgCC provides model code language, to be adopted by local governments as an overlay to existing codes to establish “baseline regulations for new and Read more…


Butte County is taking the lead in a program that provides an alternative funding source for businesses or agricultural interests that want to invest in green energy or water-efficiency projects. The totally voluntary program allows a borrower to get the Read more…


Last month, top Obama administration officials joined representatives from leading health systems at a White House event to discuss advances in sustainability across the health care sector. The event’s attendees represented organizations and companies that are blazing a path to Read more…


Efforts have been underway for decades to conserve both energy and water, but never in concert. This is unfortunate because energy uses a lot of water and water uses a lot of energy. Two leading conservation organizations have set out Read more…


Water. Most Americans think nothing of it. Turn on the faucet and we expect clean water to flow under good pressure at the temperature of our choosing. But to make all that happen, water requires energy and lots of it. Read more…


Tonight, Imagine H2O will be hosting a Water Efficiency Ideation Workshop in Palo Alto, California. While this announcement might come at short notice to you, it’s worth considering participation. When: Thursday August 20, 2009, 6:00-8:30pm Where: Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, Read more…

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