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April 20, 2011
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EGB Features

Improving Pump Efficiency
BY GEORGE TABER, Taco Inc., Cranston, R.I.
As energy costs rise, equipment suppliers, system designers, and operators focus increasingly on maximizing the efficiency of HVAC-system components to conserve energy and reduce operating expenses. This article discusses methods of achieving more-efficient pumping systems. [More]


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Trane Shares 50 Ways to Green a Building
Trane, provider of indoor comfort systems and services, recently released a list of 50 strategies for increasing the performance and reliability of buildings and managing operational costs: [More]


ASHRAE Workshop Highlights Essentials of HVAC Design for High-Performing Buildings
An intensive three-day workshop focusing on fundamental and technical aspects of HVAC design for high-performance commercial buildings is being offered by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Learning Institute. [More]


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Sustainability Facility Professional Credential Unveiled
A credential intended to help facility professionals play a leading role in creating, managing, and operating sustainable buildings is available through the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). [More]


HPAC Engineering Teams With Lennox for Free Webinar
During summer, the electricity consumption of commercial rooftop HVAC units reaches its peak at the same time demand on the grid reaches its peak. For business owners, that means reduced comfort from load shedding or brownouts and increased electricity costs from demand charges and peak rates. [More]


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