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Redefining Transportation Policies, State by State

Transportation is a leader in US greenhouse gas emissions. According to the 2018 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), transportation accounts for approximately 28 percent of overall energy consumption in the United States and is the biggest consumer of energy economy-wide.

Your New Website is Closer Than You Think

Website redesigns are tough. They’re stressful, they require lots of energy and resources, they take a lot of time, and they’re pricey. In fact, the average small to medium-sized business website costs anywhere from $15,000 to $80,000.

Announcing Our Annual Experts of Tomorrow Scholarship

With new technology emerging all the time and innovations abounding at every turn, our industry is filled with change. This isn’t slowing down any time soon, but Franklin Energy stays at the forefront of grid optimization by continuously looking toward the future and what’s coming next. One of the ways we believe in effectively serving the utility of the future is by paving the way for our industry’s future leaders, which is why we are proud to announce our fifth annual Experts of Tomorrow scholarship.

How Tenants Can Play a Bigger Role in Multi-Lease Building Energy Efficiency

It's not uncommon for tenants and building owners to dance around the subject of energy efficiency, looking for the other to take the first step in making the building more energy efficient. The complex nature of these relationships and differing responsibilities only complicate things further.

How Upgrading Home Energy Efficiency Brings Better Health

Given that people spend about 90 percent of their time inside buildings, it’s not surprising that the indoor environment can have a substantial impact on health.

While this isn’t an issue that people often consider, it poses real problems. Of all building stock in the United States, 53 percent is more than 35 years old – and some of that contains hazardous construction materials like asbestos and lead. In fact, around 4 million US homes are exposing children to dangerously high levels of lead.

THE FOREFRONT OF INNOVATION

Want to stay abreast of regulatory updates, inspiring innovations and thought leadership related to grid optimization? Welcome to our blog, where Franklin Energy’s experts come to delve into everything you need to know to stay at the top of your game in our ever-changing environment.

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