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Integrating renewable power systems into a net zero energy building
Integrating renewable power systems into a net zero energy building

Engineers should consider several factors to integrate renewable technologies into electrical systems. Key codes/standards drive the design of renewable power systems. Best practices for achieving net zero energy are illustrated. Read More

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What engineering firms can expect in 2016
What engineering firms can expect in 2016

Looking back at 2015 offers many opportunities for engineering firms in 2016. Here are eight trends we think you should be keeping an eye on and the messages to take away for your business.Read More

Arup Thoughts: Codes, standards and sustainability
Arup Thoughts: Codes, standards and sustainability

Design engineers often get very excited about systems that reduce the environmental impact of our buildings, like solar hot water systems and rainwater harvesting. Read More

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Lead your engineering firm into the future
Lead your engineering firm into the future

Two ways to handle succession planning: prepare the next generation for leadership and attract talented millennials.Read More

Using warm water for data center cooling
Using warm water for data center cooling

There are many ways to cool a data center. Engineers should explore the various cooling options and apply the solution that’s appropriate for the application.Read More

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Nominate A Young Professional
The 40 Under 40 program honors the 40 most talented young professionals supporting the building engineering community and recognizes their accomplishments.

Nominate someone by Jan. 29, 2016.

Sponsored by: Viega
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Register for continuing education on a variety of topics, including critical power, smart buildings, HVAC systems, fire and life safety, lighting design, and many more. Classes range from 1-hour webcasts to intermediate-level interactive courses. Course attendees obtain a certificate of completion or AIA CES Learning Units upon successful completion of the course.
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Critical Power: Electrical systems and data center efficiency
Whether producing, consuming, or measuring and verifying (M&V), electrical systems play an important role in data center energy efficiency. When it comes to data center electrical efficiency, all sources of energy use in the facility must be considered. In addition to the computers and servers, data center infrastructure includes both mechanical and electrical components—all of which “consume” energy and affect electrical efficiency.

Thursday, February 18, 2016, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

1 AIA CES accredited LU available for attendees

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