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Top 6 Green Blogs of 2014

December 30, 2014 | 0 comments

We’re celebrating the end of a successful year by revealing our six most-read blog posts from 2014.

These posts resonated most strongly with you based on website traffic; below is a recap of each blog, starting with the most popular article of 2014. We’ve also included links so you can revisit the posts.


What Can We Learn from Walgreens About Net Zero?
Nov. 25, 2014
Although this article was posted toward the end of the year, it’s the most-viewed blog of 2014. It outlines the major components of Walgreens’ recent net zero energy project, and also points out some interesting lessons about the concept of net zero energy buildings.

Net Zero Water is Coming
July 8, 2014
The term “net zero water” seemed to take off in 2014. Facilities managers are not only talking about net zero energy, but net zero water as well. In this post, we explain what net zero water is, and the ways to accomplish it. 

Window Film Offers Benefits Beyond Energy Savings
Oct. 21, 2014
Energy savings is often front-and-center in conversations about commercial window film. But window film also provides other advantages. Here, we explain how window film can help with wayfinding, security, and even insect control. 

Comparing Window Film and Window Shades
May 20, 2014
Window film is a viable option for controlling UV rays, but it certainly isn’t the only option. This post examines how window film compares to the most obvious sun-blocking alternative: window shades. Which is best for your building?

Audits Can Improve HVAC System Performance
July 29, 2014
This post explains how regular audits can extend the life of an aging HVAC system, keep tenants and occupants more comfortable, and identify potential problems early – before they turn into major issues. Discover how to get started with your own HVAC audit.

Green Leases Reduce Energy and Water Use
July 2, 2014
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Alliance and the Institute for Market Transformation launched a program that acknowledges outstanding efforts in green lease agreements. Learn about green leases, and find out how Green Lease Leaders make their green leases successful.

Which blog posts did you find most helpful? Do you have suggestions for topics we should cover in 2015?

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