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The balance of power
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Successful projects adopt best practices from project requirements through deliverables.Read More

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Using HVAC and lighting demand response
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Strategies for handling DR fall into two basic categories: standby generation and load curtailment.Read More

BACnet standard improves alarm handling
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Changes to the newly published BACnet standard from ASHRAE will encourage smart lighting controls and other building automation control systems.Read More

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Network controls for electrical systems
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Networking of electrical systems has a number of aspects that should be considered. Read More

Integrating electrical safety with design
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Integrating maintenance requirements into the design of an electrical system is an important first step to provide workplace safety.Read More

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Soft and hard metric conversions
Soft and hard metric conversions

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Specifying for sustainability: Reference standards
Specifying for sustainability: Reference standards

Every engineer needs a benchmark. In specifying, that's a reference standard.Read More

Specifying for sustainability: performance specifying
Specifying for sustainability: performance specifying

One of the cores of LEED v4 or any sustainable design standard is specifying performance. Here's... Read More

Specifying for green building: Part 1
Specifying for green building: Part 1

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