Leah Hutcheon’s first time in America came earlier this month when she scouted out the new location for her Scotland-based business, Appointedd, in downtown Las Vegas.
When most of us think about LED lights in a Las Vegas nightclub setting, what comes to mind are fancy multicolor lights bouncing off the walls and large digital screens serving a jam-packed dance floor. But if newcomer Lumativ has its way, LED technology will go from something that is on the top of the nightclub walls to a hat that is on the top of the nightclub workers’ heads.
Two years ago, Steve and Debbie Luce decided that they had to do something about their increasing energy bill.
Water is a precious resource in the Valley, and one local pool company is taking the notion seriously.
It was a typical morning at Avery’s coffee shop at the corner of Sahara Avenue and Fort Apache Road. Owners Sherman and Linda Ray were greeting customers and crafting orders, blissfully unaware of the impending tsunami that was building each time they swiped a customer’s credit card.
If you’ve never heard of beacon technology, that’s about to change.
Although it may not be obvious from the outside, one of the healthies, most energy- and water-efficient buildings in Las Vegas is at the north end of Symphony Park overlooking the Spaghetti Bowl.
The amount of solar energy that hits one square mile of Earth in one year is equivalent to the energy produced from four million barrels of oil. Of course, converting 100 percent of that solar energy is a difficult proposition given the fact that today’s rooftop photovoltaic technology is only capable of converting 15 percent of the Sun’s energy into electricity. However, many companies have committed millions of dollars toward capturing and utilizing as much of that solar energy as possible in order to offset their reliance on fossil fuel energy.
MovéoMedics walked away with the grand prize at the Dominic Anthony Marrocco Southern Nevada Business Plan Competition on March 20.
Five finalists were chosen out of 24 in the Dominic Anthony Marrocco Southern Nevada Business Plan Competition.