1. Accubright by Commtiva


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    Accubright is an intelligent lighting control system that can be controlled and updated remotely through a cellular connection. This system offers energy saving features such as zone lighting and situation specific lighting schedules shown to reduce energy costs at some locations by over 25%. Whether through a smartphone, pc or tablet, Accubright's web based access makes managing your lighting nationally a breeze. Accubright - Intelligent lighting control

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    • ADRA Azerbaijan 2012 - Energy and Hope - English


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      After 18 years of serving the IDP population and other needy people, ADRA in Azerbaijan is now focussed on: 1) Innovation in developing eco-friendly technology, 2) Reviving forgotten Agricultural methods, 3) Training in business development for IDPs, 4) Climate Change and its Advocacy, 5) Reforestation with IDPs, 6) Water, 7) Researching/bringing Sustainable Energy to All. We hope that this film will shed some light on the fact that 'We cannot command Nature except by obeying her' (Francis Bacon - 1561-1626) and the possibilities that can be if we work together in harmony with nature and people alike.

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      • A Dream of Houses


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        A Short Documentary about Lopez Community Land Trust's dream of creating an affordable housing neighborhood that utilizes net-zero energy and how this dream was realized with the help of everyone in the community.

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        • AECOM’s Fifth Urban SOS Student Competition Seeks Designs for “New Industry”


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          NEW YORK, April 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ - AECOM has launched “Urban SOS: Towards a new industry,” its fifth Urban SOS student competition. Open to students at undergraduate and graduate levels around the world, this year’s competition seeks interdisciplinary design responses that generate economic development and improve urban conditions at sites of derelict industrial infrastructure. For complete submission requirements, see aecom.com/urbansos. Three finalist teams selected by an internal AECOM jury will present their schemes at the Center for Architecture in New York on Sept. 4, when a jury of renowned industry figures and AECOM leaders will select the winning entry. To help implement the winning scheme, AECOM will provide up to US$25,000 of cash and in-kind staff time to further develop the project, and the judges will also be given a total of US$15,000 to distribute as they see fit. “In the fifth Urban SOS competition, we look forward to engaging with the future leaders of our industry as part of our wider effort to improve cities,” said Bill Hanway, executive vice president, Buildings + Places, AECOM. “Through the student program, we advance the kind of approach that we believe is essential to the future health of cities — multiple disciplines collaborating to reshape the aesthetic, technical, social, economic, and ecological functions of places. These places can then have a positive ripple effect on their surrounding cities.” The program is open to students in a wide array of built environment fields — including architecture, landscape architecture, civil engineering, city planning, urban design, urban studies, environmental studies, economics, geography, and related fields — and students are encouraged to build cross-disciplinary teams to meet the competition’s requirement for integrated design responses. In related news, the winning submission to the 2011 “Urban SOS: Water” competition, titled “Firm Foundation,” has been successfully implemented. Learn more about it from a student team member on AECOM’s Connected Cities blog.

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          • AET Collector "How it's Made"


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            Alternated Energy Technologies website vignette Client: Alternated Energy Technologies Work: Concept, Script Writing, Producing, Live Action Shoot, Editing, Post Production finishing

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            • Algae Biomass Summit 2011


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              ASU researchers take a trip to Minneapolis Minnesota for the largest Algae Biomass summit in the U.S. to share and discover the latest in Algae Biofuels as an alternative fuel source. This video was produced and edited by Alexander D. Chapin, who works as a videographer/editor with the OKED communications team.

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              • Alisa Gravitz- on the Frontiers of Alternative Energy


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                Alisa Gravitz- Executive Director of Green America, provides us with a condensed version of her talk at the 2009 DC Green Festival.

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                • Allison Chin on Civil Disobedience -- for ABOVE ALL ELSE


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                  The Sierra Club engaged in civil disobedience for the first time in its 120-year history in order to protest the Keystone XL pipeline on February 13, 2013. Sierra Club President Allison Chin tells us why it is crucial for the organization to stand up and take action during this time of crisis. Visit aboveallelsefilm.com to learn more about ABOVE ALL ELSE, a documentary film directed by John Fiege. Please help us fund the film on Kickstarter: kck.st/13qylwh ABOVE ALL ELSE is an intimate portrait of a group of landowners and activists in East Texas who tried to stop construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which is slated to carry tar sands oil from Canada to refineries on the Texas Gulf Coast. Through their journeys, the film tells the story of how the battle over the Keystone XL pipeline has affected the larger fight against climate change. The film’s characters risk financial ruin, their personal safety, and their relationships with the people they hold most dear. Their stories become both an exploration of the human spirit and a window into how social change happens in America.

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                  • ALTe Powertrain Technologies


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                    The name ALTe is a shortened version of the combination of two words: Alternative Energy. The company is dedicated to advancing sustainable mobility by offering practical, well engineered electric and hybrid propulsion system alternatives to the vehicle transportation industry. As battery cost is still relatively high, ALTe believes that the best transitional technology currently is the range extended electric powertrain (REEP). Using this ALTe solution, we help customers maximize electric miles driven with no range anxiety.

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                    • Alternative Disappointment


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                      Michael Fairless & Brice Clagett Just a little documentary on the state of Alternative Energy in West Virginia.

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