Energy Stories

MRP Realty leads a big turnaround in Bethesda

MRP Realty faced a set of challenges in downtown Bethesda. Two years later, their building complex is ahead of the curve.

Lighting up your home with LED light bulbs

We rely on lights in our homes for plenty of purposes—task lighting to finish up homework, outdoor flood lights to see at night, or a

Benchmarked: A case study from The Chevy Chase Land Company

Benchmarked, an energy blog series, examines local businesses who have used EPA's Portfolio Manager to track energy use.

Weatherize your home to save energy before Old Man Winter arrives!

Weather-proofing your home can save on energy bills, make your home more comfortable, and improve indoor air quality all year round.

Small Business Kilowatt Smackdown!

Through November 18th, the City of Takoma Park is offering a student competition open to all local college and university students in and around Montgomery

Learn the ropes: Report building benchmarking data early!

Montgomery County passed a benchmarking and transparency law (Bill 2-14), requiring the county and building owners to benchmark energy use in certain nonresidential buildings of

To EV or not to EV, that is the question…

Now that my car is almost 12 years old, I've started thinking about what I might purchase next. And though I always thought my next

It takes a village to raise a green workplace: A Brookfield Property case study

In downtown Silver Spring, Brookfield Property Partners are working alongside their tenants to make big strides in sustainability.

Montgomery County honors its early bird energy data benchmarkers

On Tuesday, September 22nd, nearly 50 people were in attendance during the Early Birds Press Event where Montgomery County celebrated the achievements of our Early

DEP visits USDA’s Solar Project in Beltsville, MD

In September 2015, Ed Murtagh, a Sustainable Operations Manager for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), was kind enough to give the Department of
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