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Energy Efficiency

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Energy Efficiency September 28, 2020

Basics of energy efficiency for industrial, manufacturing facility design

Industrial and manufacturing facilities have specialty energy efficiency and sustainability needs engineers must include in new or retrofit projects

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
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Lighting September 25, 2020

Seven common myths about commercial rooftop solar panels

Solar panels can help a company cut their energy costs and technology advances make them more affordable and economical in the long run.

By Affiliated Engineers
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Energy Efficiency September 22, 2020

Adaptive reuse challenges, benefits and impacts from COVID-19

Adaptive reuse can be done for a wide range of functions, from office spaces and housing to facilities in healthcare, senior living, and sports and recreation and are getting used more due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Erica Nelles and Dan Anderton
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Building Types September 15, 2020

Engineering the art of data science for climate-resilient communities

The core of the problem with flooding is understanding, preparing, mitigating, predicting, and responding to current and future flood risk. Learn how data science can help.

By Siva Sangameswaran
Energy Efficiency August 31, 2020

Sustaining high-performance buildings

High-performance building managers can optimize financial operations management and monitoring using integrated data platforms and a proven facility sustainability roadmap

By George Hawkinson and Jarrod McMains
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Analytics August 31, 2020

Case study: Tracking multiple high-performance buildings

A company optimized capital expenditures through asset health analytics

By George Hawkinson and Jarrod McMains
Figure 3: Extensive metering and live dashboards at the Wisconsin Institutes of Discovery help to verify resource savings and influence the behavior of building occupants. Courtesy: Affiliated Engineers Inc.
Codes and Standards August 26, 2020

How to implement high-performance design

High-performance design drives owners and designers to integrated thinking to gain a holistic perspective on how to maximize building performance outcomes

By Lyle Keck
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Building Types August 25, 2020

Making humans and buildings more resilient

While building resiliency is important, creating flexibility for how humans interact in a building also is important

By Amara Rozgus
During a recent visit to the Wind Technology Testing Center in Charlestown, Massachusetts, we had the opportunity to see a variety of tests being performed on these wind turbines. At over 100 meters long, the newest blades (typically three per tower) are longer than a football field. Courtesy: Dewberry
Energy Efficiency August 11, 2020

Offshore wind benefits for companies, investors

Offshore wind (OSW) power generation is gaining momentum in the U.S. and could gain some serious traction as its benefits become more fully realized.

By Peter Garvey
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Energy Efficiency August 5, 2020

How to utilize energy efficiency as a service after COVID-19

Alternative financial solutions such as energy as a service (EaaS) can help impacted entities grapple with their situation after the COVID-19 pandemic cools down.

By Art Thompson