The Business Environmental Program provides free and confidential environmental management assistance to business and government operations in Nevada. The Program specializes in cost effective strategies to reduce hazardous materials and waste generation, conserve water and energy, minimize air emissions, and maintain compliance with environmental requirements. The program provides training, on-site consultation, assistance over the phone and through its website and publications.
Buildings Characteristics with 2009 Commercial Building Data
National statistics on energy consumption of commercial buildings conducted in 1999
Nevada is uniquely Nevadan. The ‘SILVER’ Spark proposes an approach to do exactly what so many across the State have suggested must be done for so long—transform the State’s legacy economy and create new-economy jobs. It advocates the application of sustainable innovation to lead a vital economic renaissance through the following three major transformational actions:
Association of Small Business Development Centers
Information for small businesses on how to deal with spiraling energy costs
Alternative Energy Station
Strategies and technological advances used by companies and business sectors to save energy, cut costs, and reduce pollution.
Many additional links for information on financing, technology, or training for energy efficiency
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy provides information to promote energy efficiency and environmental protection
Advanced Building Technologies
Technologies and practices that improve the energy and resource efficiency of commercial and multi-unit residential buildings
Guide to energy products for commercial buildings
Flex your power
California Energy Commission’s guide to conserving energy
Energy Efficiency Software
Software tools for waste management and balancing the environmental and economic performance of building products
Official site of the National Association of State Energy Officials
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO). AMO is pursuing a revitalized mission as the lead government office working to identify, explore, develop, demonstrate, and deploy new, energy-efficient processes and materials technologies that will help U.S. manufacturers secure a competitive advantage in the global economy. Collectively, AMO’s technologies and suite of technology deployment resources create opportunities for U.S. manufacturers to realize bankable results in productivity and energy savings while also reducing carbon emissions.
Enviromental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting environmentally sustainable societies.
Energy Users News
Free Energy management newsletters for the commercial, industrial and institutional markets
Learn about energy efficiency from the DOE energy.gov official site
She provides market research support for renewable energy, distributed energy and intelligent grid technologies; and on the associated policy, regulatory and business issues relating to renewable and distributed energy. She also collaborates with other IDC Energy Insights analysts on research reports and client communications.