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Building Engines Blog | Energy Savings
Solar power has long been considered a potential solution to rising energy costs, but commercial buildings often have limited space available to place the large cells needed to capture sufficient amounts of sunlight. All of that may change as scientists from the University of California Los Angeles announced they have developed a see-through solar film that could eventually be used on windows, according to Fox News.
With temps spiking in the 100s this summer, it’s important to keep your team and tenants cool. But just because your AC use is skyrocketing, it doesn’t mean your expenses have to. Here are four money-saving tips, as told through cats.
Older buildings tend to be less efficient than their more modern counterparts. Aging materials, damage and outdated construction techniques lead to high energy consumption at properties built several decades ago. However, that doesn’t mean that the facilities can’t be upgraded to improve their efficiency and provide companies with significant savings.