I work in a location with floor-to-ceiling windows. If half of the ceiling light fixtures were removed, or if we could turn off half of the lights, this would save energy. I don't think this would not cause a reading problem, since we receive a large amount of natural light.
Occupancy sensors are devices, frequently mounted on the wall or ceiling,... more »
There is an all encompassing SOP that dictates federal employees leave their computers on (in "locked" mode) at the end of the day. This is a huge waste of electricity (ESPECIALLY if the monitor and speakers are also left on)
I understand that the reason for this is so that IT can complete system updates using less bandwidth. However, by dividing the computers... more »
These could be use to generate electricity from foot traffic at security check points, bathrooms, security entryways, tracks or even roadways etc --- anywhere where there is heavy foot traffic.
This not only helps with generating electricity but also helps to move the government... more »