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This site shares rich data visualisations and stories on improving performance from real commercial buildings. Anyone in the world can investigate, share and comment on techniques for providing high quality indoor environments that strive to use the least amount of resources.
Coming to Americaby Craig Roussac • 1 comment
Our experience with Buildings Alive has shown that building performance can improve quickly if operators receive the right information at the right time. Now we've got the opportunity to connect with researchers at Lawrence Berkeley Labs ...
Fire in the sky, but (thankfully) no smoke from the buildingsby Jesse Steinfeld • 4 comments
Australia recorded its all-time hottest day on Monday, 7th January (40.33°C average across the continent). In Sydney, a maximum over 41°C yesterday put the buildings to the test. For those using the Buildings Alive platform, the ...
Six thousand tonnes of CO2 saved, for goodby Craig Roussac • 0 comments
Through the efforts and commitment of their operators, the greenhouse gas emissions from each of the 32 buildings using the Pulse platform reduced by more than 200 tonnes on average during 2012! We look forward to ...
A New Chapter for Green Buildings Aliveby Craig Roussac • 1 comment
Green Buildings Alive is now an integral part of a fully independent venture called ‘Buildings Alive’. We want to work with those who share our vision for the built environment.
How can accountants help with energy efficiency?by Patrick Crittenden • 5 comments
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Leadership and Change for Energy Efficiency Program is sharing approaches that bring energy efficiency onto the radar for accountancy professionals and students. Guest blogger Patrick Crittenden shares his discoveries and ...