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Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe Launches Kids’ Science Program

Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe Launches Kids’ Science Program

The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe is kicking off the summer of 2017 with a new Ritz Kids initiative to teach young guests about energy and sustainability. The Ritz’s Energy Challenge and Sustainability Challenge are built around a Radio Flyer Model S Tesla for Kids—a battery-powered ride on car ...

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How to Build an Efficient Hotel

How to Build an Efficient Hotel

Daniel Johnson, CHA, serves as a hotel analyst for Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible and is vice president of operations for Argeo Hospitality. Here, he sits down with LODGING to answer one of the most pressing issues he believes hoteliers face. ...

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EPA Overhauling Energy Star Rating System

EPA Overhauling Energy Star Rating System

In one effort to gain better understanding of building energy efficiency, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is searching for a more granular level of building data from the multi-billion dollar hotel industry. Based on data collected from a nationwide ...

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Monitoring Energy Use Through Data Analysis

Monitoring Energy Use Through Data Analysis

Instead of hiring an engineering team to monitor energy use, many hoteliers are turning to a cheaper, simpler way to track where they’re efficient–and where they could use a bit of work: Data analysis programs. Data analysis allows hoteliers to ...

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An Energy Management Perspective

In a recently completed study, lodging industry experts contributed their views on smart grid technology adoption and its future as an energy management solution in the U.S. lodging industry. Smart grid technology was defined in the study as the application ...

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