Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Art of Cycling, art of urban cycling, Energy Benchmarking reports, energy efficiency, energy use in large buildings, EPA, Greener Greater Buildings Plan, LEED, NYC, NYC Finance, plaza, Seagram Building, urban cycling
As part of the Greener, Greater Buildings Plan, Finance is required to publish a benchmarking report that shows the Energy Utilization Index (EUI) and Energy Star ratings of city government buildings.
The Seagram Building (1958) scored a 3. Out of 100. I wrote a paragraph about this influential building in Art of Cycling.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: average mpg, cars, energy efficiency, fuel efficiency, gasoline consumption, mythology, oil consumption, peak oil, transportation, Vmt
The recent drop in oil consumption is not due to increases in fuel efficiency.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: auto subsidies, Chevy Volt, Dan Lungren, energy efficiency, Ford, GM, Mike Kelley, mpg, peak oil, The Excellence in Energy Efficiency Act
This sets the bar pretty high, but it’s only February. I bet the other congressmen can put their heads together and come up with something even stupider than this.