Seventhwave research supports Minnesota’s efficiency leadership
Feb 16, 2016 —The Minnesota Department of Commerce has announced awards for nearly $2 million in grants for energy conservation. Seventhwave will lead the research to characterize energy efficiency opportunities in small commercial buildings. Seventhwave will also collaborate with Xcel Energy to make its...MORE
Task tuning promises significant energy savings
Jan 21, 2016 —Our task tuning research is featured in an article from the Lighting Controls Association.
Seventhwave/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory report analyzes the impact of rising interest rates on utility stock prices
Jan 08, 2016 —Interest rates are a key factor in determining a utility's cost of equity and investors find value when returns exceed the cost of equity. We are pleased to announce the release of a technical brief, entitled The Effects of Rising Interest Rates on Electric Utility Stock Prices: Regulatory...MORE
Nation’s first zero energy retail store
Jan 05, 2016 —Seventhwave performed the energy modeling and analysis for the new Walgreens in Evanston, IL.
Read an article highlighting the project: Net-zero cost-benefits justify early hurdles (in Builtworlds)
Posted November 4, 2015 | Read the case study featured in ASHRAE's High Performing Buildings.
Dec 17, 2015 —LEED Core and Shell Certified at the Platinum level, 749 University Row sits as the cornerstone to the new University Crossing development on Madison's west side. Read more in the October issue of Architectural Products Magazine, page 90.
The real women of home performance
Dec 16, 2015 —Seventhwave's Marge Anderson is profiled in Home Energy Magazine's blog. Marge's passions include empowering practitioners through education, scaling energy efficiency, and making sustainability real for the under-served.
The results are in: Green Madison online sustainability game
Nov 30, 2015 —From September through November, Madisonians from across the city and 40+ organizations took part in the Cool Choices online sustainability game.
Statistics and impact:
41,445 Cool Choices
1,669,762 lbs CO2 avoided
1,878,614 gallons of water saved