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Using integrated design to achieve net-zero
Using integrated design to achieve net-zero

Integrated design practices allow a middle school to achieve net-zero energy.Read More

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Using BAS for M&V
Using BAS for M&V

Without knowing the performance metrics of a building, measuring the success of the engineered systems is limited. Engineers should know the process for using BAS for measurement and verification... Read More

Engineering in K-12 schools
Engineering in K-12 schools

Engineers offer practical advice and best practices on how to design HVAC, electrical, lighting, and fire protection systems in K-12 schools.Read More

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The costs and risks of damper-based controls in kitchen ventilation
The costs and risks of damper-based controls in kitchen ventilation

Engineers must think in terms of total safety and optimal energy efficiency when designing kitchen ventilation systems of the future.Read More

Integration: The future of data centers
Integration: The future of data centers

At the NEBB Annual Conference, two data center experts pointed to integration as the key to success in data center design and commissioning.Read More

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Hot water recirculation system
Hot water recirculation system

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Integrated flywheel UPS
Integrated flywheel UPS

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Water-cooled chillers with rapid restore capabilities
Water-cooled chillers with rapid restore capabilities

Daikin Applied's Magnitude WMC water-cooled chiller has a compressor start time of 43 seconds and... Read More

LED lamp replacements for incandescent bulbs
LED lamp replacements for incandescent bulbs

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