Mar 13, 2017 —The spring 2017 issue of Home Energy Magazine features an article by researchers Scott Pigg and Dan Cautley of Seventhwave along with Paul Francisco from the University of Illinois' Building Research Council. The authors discuss their research conducted during a national evaluation of the federal...MORE
Accelerate Performance recognized by E Source
Feb 20, 2017 —As E Source put it, the year 2016 was tumultuous for energy efficiency. We’re proud to be recognized on their list of top 20 technologies and trends (alongside Amazon, Tesla and others) for our Accelerate Performance initiative—an innovative procurement approach for superior energy performance.
Turning energy goals into reality
Feb 02, 2017 —Seventhwave’s Connor Jansen and Dave Vigliotta team with NREL’s Paul Torcellini to help building owners get the energy performance they demand. Performance-based procurement raises the bar on actual energy performance without raising the cost.
Sustainable: Reducing the energy waste of ‘plug load’
Jan 03, 2017 —An article in Finance and Commerce features our recent study of plug load in commercial buildings in Minnesota.
Making the business case for building performance
Dec 09, 2016 —Seventhwave's Marge Anderson will moderate a panel discussion at USGBC Wisconsin's Annual Meeting on Dec 16 at the LEED triple platinum certified Gateway West Sustainable Facility in Brookfield. This event is open to the public—learn more and register today.
Energy policy in the Trump era: what's in store?
Dec 08, 2016 —On December 8, Seventhwave's Marge Anderson participated in a panel discussion of future federal energy policy and how it might affect Wisconsin. The event was held during the meeting of the Wisconsin Technology Council's Innovation Network in Wauwatosa. Learn more about the event and watch for a...MORE
Iceberg! Is your architecture portfolio on a collision course with sustainable design?
Dec 07, 2016 —In the latest issue of Sustainable Chicago, Seventhwave's Connor Jansen and Dave Vigliotta discuss the "unseen reality" of building projects that threaten our progress toward a sustainable built environment.