Energy Management

Everyone has felt the sting of rising energy costs recently. Savvy hoteliers have implemented plans to address these increases. Green Lodging News covers the latest news and trends pertaining to energy management. Got news or a story idea to share? Contact Glenn Hasek, editor, at (813) 510-3868, or by e-mail at: editor@greenlodgingnews.com.


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Kimberly-Clark Unveils New Filtration Media for LEED Buildings

12/17/2008

ATLANTA—Kimberly-Clark Filtration has introduced a new filtration media that delivers MERV 13 performance for LEED Certified buildings. The media was developed in response to the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) standards for ASHRAE 52.2, MERV 13 filtration performance in LEED new construction and major renovation projects.


Collier Hotels Join Forces to Make Most of Green Lodging Initiative

12/16/2008

COLLIER COUNTY, FLA.—Twelve hotels to date in Collier County, Fla., have received the official Green Lodging certification from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). To further Collier County’s green lodging initiative, the Collier County Hotel & Lodging Assn. has formed a Green Committee to grow and enhance the benefits of sustainable lodging practices in the region and assist other hotels that wish to gain certification. Jack Wert, executive director of the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau issued a challenge to the Collier County Hotel & Lodging Assn. last year for at least 10 hotels to be designated as certified Green Lodging properties in calendar year 2008.


California's Bardessono Hotel Prepares for February Opening

12/12/2008

YOUNTVILLE, CALIF.—The Napa Valley community of Yountville, Calif., with a population of a little more than 3,000 people, is now home to one of the greenest lodging establishments in the United States—the 62-room luxury Bardessono hotel, restaurant and spa. Set to open the first week of February, the development should earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification later in 2009. If it does reach that goal, it will be only the second hotel in the United States to do so. The Proximity Hotel in Greensboro, N.C., is the other. The owner and developer of the property is Seattle-based Phil Sherburne. His previous lodging developments include the 86-room Willows Lodge located just outside Seattle in Woodinville, Wash., and the 23-room luxury Inn of the Spanish Garden in Santa Barbara, Calif.


Universal Adds ULTim8 Ballasts with Program Start Technology

12/10/2008

NASHVILLE, TENN.—Universal Lighting Technologies introduces new Program Start models to the ULTim8 high-efficiency family of ballasts. With Program Start technology, these ballasts fit the growing need for energy-saving ballasts that are compatible with occupancy sensors and other switching applications.


Rodeway Inn in Castaic, Calif. Installs GEM System

12/9/2008

ROANOKE, VA.—The Rodeway Inn located in Castaic, Calif., just five minutes from Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, Calif., has installed GEM System guestroom energy management in all 120 guestrooms, utilizing their existing Amana, Friedrich and GE PTAC units.


TCP Adds CFL/LED Hybrid to SpringLamp Product Line

12/9/2008

AURORA, OHIO—TCP, Inc. has combined the benefits of its compact fluorescent lamps with new LED technology to create the SpringLamp three-way CFL/LED light bulb. The three-way CFL/LED hybrid switches between 19 watts, 30 watts and a 1-watt LED night light, comparable to a 50/100/150-watt incandescent bulb.


Hilton Naples Uses Vine Garden to Help Cut Energy Consumption

12/8/2008

NAPLES, FLA.—In order to further its green lodging endeavors, the Hilton Naples has begun the implementation of a Confederate Jasmine vine garden on the section of the hotel’s roof over the ballroom area. Confederate Jasmine is indigenous to the Naples area and is generally described as a perennial vine with dark green foliage and orange flowers. The hotel has covered the roof of the hotel’s ballroom area in order to eliminate direct exposure to the sun, thereby decreasing the amount of energy necessary to cool the ballroom area. The vine garden will also present an enhanced view from the guestrooms that overlook that area. At maturity, the typical Confederate Jasmine will reach up to two feet high.


U.K. Wind Turbine Maker Establishes U.S. Market Base

12/3/2008

NEW YORK—A U.K. provider of small wind turbines is making a serious push into the North American market. Proven Energy Ltd now has an established network of staff, distributors, dealers and installers to provide renewable energy solutions for businesses throughout North America.


Green Lodging News Adds Excel Dryer Case Study to Website

12/2/2008

CLEVELAND, OHIO—Green Lodging News has added an Excel Dryer case study to its Vendor Case Studies section. The case study focuses on the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED-certified headquarters and the installation of Excel Dryer’s XLERATOR hand dryers. Excel Dryer donated hand dryers for the building.


WAC Promotes ‘Responsible Lighting,’ Adds New Logo

11/28/2008

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—To reflect the firm’s extensive efforts to support green energy saving strategies, social progress and community involvement, WAC Lighting has changed its logo and tagline to “Responsible Lighting.” WAC Lighting is a leading manufacturer of track, recessed, under cabinet, decorative and monorail lighting.


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