David Greenfield


Project Management March 25, 2010

Siemens to provide hardware, software, and services for U.S. Navy power monitoring project

The company will supply advanced electrical power meters, WinPM.Net energy monitoring software and implementation engineering services for the Navy's Southwest Advanced Metering Infrastructure project.

By David Greenfield
Energy Efficiency March 25, 2010

NEC Electronics America inducted into EPA’s WasteWise Hall of Fame

As first semiconductor company to be inducted, NEC is recognized for commitment to reducing waste at its manufacturing facility.

By David Greenfield
Energy Efficiency March 25, 2010

Ethisphere Institute recognizes Rockwell Automation as one of the world’s most ethical companies

Rockwell Automation receives third consecutive recognition for a "sound ethical environment" within its industry; company also releases 2009 corporate social responsibility report.

By David Greenfield
Energy Efficiency March 24, 2010

Viridity Software releases EnergyCenter for data center energy monitoring, measurement

Software designed for improved power availability management, reduced risk of power outages, and revealing hidden power, cooling, and space capacity.

By David Greenfield
Energy, Power March 24, 2010

Energy efficient glass manufacturing supported by DOE and IRS tax credits

$100+ million in DOE funding and IRS green manufacturing tax credits enable construction of new energy-saving glass manufacturing facility.

By David Greenfield
Energy Efficiency March 23, 2010

Fruit of the Loom commits to waste-to-product program

Leftover production fabric recycling program will re-fiberize waste fabric for use in other products.

By David Greenfield
Energy Efficiency March 21, 2010

Digital Lumens offers new LED approach to energy efficiency

Company's Intelligent Lighting System integrates LEDs, networking, and software to reduce energy use up to 90%.

By David Greenfield
Energy, Power March 19, 2010

Siemens and Metrus offer pay-for-performance energy efficiency plan

BAE Systems' deal with Siemens and Metrus requires it to only pay for energy savings realized from the program's comprehensive energy efficiency improvements.

By David Greenfield
Manufacturing IT, MES March 17, 2010

AT&T becomes principal customer for Ford electric vehicles

AT&T has agreed to purchase two of the first Ford Transit Connect electric vans.

By David Greenfield
Mechatronics and Motion Control March 16, 2010

Japanese automakers establish electric car group

Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi and others set up group to promote electric vehicles, charging standard.

By David Greenfield
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