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Significant changes to the commercial provisions in 2012 IECC
Significant changes to the commercial provisions in 2012 IECC

Significant changes to the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) impact architects, engineers, code officials, and other building design professionals.Read More

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Integrating BAS, electrical systems
Integrating BAS, electrical systems

Integrating electrical systems with BAS can promote operational efficiencies, optimize maintenance staff effectiveness, and leverage fault diagnostics.Read More

Saving money in hospital electrical distribution systems
Saving money in hospital electrical distribution systems

There are two ways to attack the rising electrical costs of operating a hospital: UPS upgrades and co-generation.Read More

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The state of commissioning in 2013
The state of commissioning in 2013

Despite challenges both new and old, and an economy that is improved but still not roaring, commissioning firms remain hopeful about the upcoming year.Read More

ASHRAE 90.1-2013 addenda released
ASHRAE 90.1-2013 addenda released

Major changes to ASHRAE Standard 90.1 include the sections on building envelope, lighting, mechanical, and energy cost budget.Read More

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