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Tokyo, Jan 22, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that in the Energy Conservation Grand Prize for excellent energy conservation equipment fiscal year ending March 2014, Mazda's SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY has received the Minister Prize of Economic, Trade and Industry (Product and Business Model Category), and the company's Aqua-tech Paint System has been awarded the Director General Prize of Agency of Natural Resources and Energy (Exemplary Energy Conservation Category).
New Delhi, Dec 16 ( ANI ): President Pranab Mukherjee will give away national energy conservation awards at a function here today.
The Indian Railways, the world's third largest railroad network, on Friday received 11 National Energy Conservation Awards, the highest ever by any Indian industry, for the remarkable achievements by its Zonal Railways in Energy Conservation initiatives taken in 2012.
Copeland, senior vice president and principal at Manhattan-based engineering firm Goldman Copeland Associates, has long been an advocate for energy conservation and efficiency in his 40-plus years of experience.
That is, these states developed green building programs for public buildings that beat the expectations of energy conservation as determined by building codes and/or will meet the criteria set forth in the US Green Building Council's LEED Silver rating or better.
Significant energy conservation is vital if we are to make the necessary steps to reduce our nation's dependence on coal, oil and gas.
The energy conservation program will promote efficiency in building design and operations, energy consumption, water conservation and use of new advances in energy conservation technologies.
And the City of Los Angeles, in an effort to spur energy conservation, has been giving residential customers $4 back for every 50 kilowatt-hours of electricity saved.