GE’s new lower-cost, onsite motor rewind capability claims to help increase plant effectiveness. » more
A study by ABI Research suggests that BAS products will be expanding into Australia and much of Asia by 2016. » more
Enhance your engineering with economic acumen and sales techniques to overcome first-cost and payback-period barriers. » more
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Two factors should be high priorities for the engineer designing industrial control systems and their utility interface. » more
FMI's newest Nonresidential Construction Index (NRCI) increased 7.8 points to 58.1, indicating the construction industry is slowly improving along with the rest of the economy. » more
Installation of a modular central plant resulted in a 30% energy savings over a traditional plant for an Arizona library and recreation center. » more
ASHRAE has announced a call for papers on current research on core HVAC/R applications and systems for its June 2013 conference in Denver. » more
Engineers can meet a building’s hot water needs with today’s boiler systems. » more
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U.S. Green Building Council has revealed LEED for Healthcare, a new green building rating system intended to guide the design and construction of new and existing medical facilities. » more
September is the month that most children—and adults, for that matter—go back to school.
September is the month that most children—and adults, for that matter—go back to school. » more
Japan is forecast to become the leading market for wireless power technology this year. » more
Over the course of this series of discussions, I have received a number of questions and comments from engineering firms by email. » more