CMU set to save millions in energy costs annually

Power Source By Daniel Moore Carnegie Mellon University announced a plan today to shave energy costs by $2 million annually across more than three dozen buildings on its Oakland campus by improving efficiency with a cloud-based analytics system. In a partnership with IBM Corp., the university hopes to more quickly identify and correct inefficiencies in […]

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In Rebuttal: Taxing Shale Gas is Not Just About Math

By Dennis Roddy A tax on the extraction of natural gas from the Marcellus Shale, as proposed by Carnegie Mellon University analysts in “Pennsylvania Needs a Severance Tax” (Forum, Jan. 18), works in theory. But the world of political economics does not operate according to theory — it functions as an assortment of trade-offs and […]

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