Matt Kiszkis' Blog Archive
Matt came to Renewable Choice in early 2008 from a background in literature and publishing, and now manages Marketing Communications materials as well as the company’s LEED and Green Building initiatives. He moved into the environmental sector so he could actively participate on a daily basis in protecting and improving the natural world we all live in. Matt graduated with a B.A. in English and American Literature from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England.
Greenbuild 2009 was a great success for all of the industry green professionals - learn about our own experience!
This was Renewable Choice Energy's first year as an exhibitor at the Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, and we're happy to be able to say that it was an all-round success and good time!... [more]
We will be exhibiting at this year's USGBC Greenbuild Conference - come by and check our booth out!
Renewable Choice is exhibiting at this year's Greenbuild International Conference and Expo! We are in Booth #5143 - so stop by and find out more about the Green Power Credit and our GHG Inventory... [more]
Renewable Choice is the industry's leading provider of the Green Power Credit - over 1,000 projects already supplied!
We've just reached a fantastic milestone over here at Renewable Choice, having recently supplied green power to our 1,000th LEED project! Our work in the LEED market has provided more... [more]
The Green Power Credit will help Portola Hotel & Spa achieve LEED Silver status for EB O&M
The Portola Hotel & Spa of Monterey, CA, is another LEED project pursuing Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance to the Silver level that recently purchased green power to... [more]
Broward County Convention Center is attempting LEED Silver and purchasing green power for 4 points.
The Broward County/Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center of Florida is a 600,000 square foot facility situated on the waterfront of Port Everglades. Its recent investment into green... [more]
The KAUST building is well on its way to achieving LEED Platinum, thanks in part to Green Power
The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), located in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia, is currently well on its way to becoming the first LEED building the kingdom has ever... [more]
The USGBC is improving the ongoing performance of LEED with their Building Performance Initiative
According to a recent press release from the USGBC, the ongoing performance of buildings is going to be getting a lot more attention moving forward, as they begin to implement what... [more]
Stimulus funding for schools that pursue LEED certification may soon be available
Congress's American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) is proposing to help schools in the U.S. become green through stimulus funds for the pursuit of sustainable and... [more]
Learn about initiatives being pursued by MLB, NBA and NHL teams, how they are achieving LEED certification, and the steps they're taking toward corporate responsibility.
Many professional sports teams and facilities have a large impact on the environment -- from team travel, to the electricity required for their facilities during... [more]
Higher levels of efficiency could be mandated by the federal government, leading to greener codes
Last month, the United States House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee passed the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009... [more]
The cost of building to green standards does not differ significantly from regular practices
For all those with fears surrounding the cost of incorporating sustainability into the design and building process - a 2007 study performed by Davis Langdon... [more]
UL Environment certifies first product, beginning their process for environmental claims validation
UL Environment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Underwriters Laboratories that will test, validate, and certify environmentally sustainable product claims, has... [more]
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