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Jul 2012
Syracuse Center of Excellence’s Hybrid HVAC System Utilizes Geothermal, Boilers
The Syracuse Center of Excellence headquarters in Syracuse, NY, serves two important functions.
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Jun 2012
BEMS Reduces Energy Costs for Manhattan Building
A Manhattan, New York, building at 630 Ninth Ave. drastically reduced energy costs and continues to save money after installing a controller that uses both outdoor and indoor sensors to cycle the boiler more efficiently and control the indoor temperature.
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May 2012
Ball State Starts Final Phase of Creating Nation's Largest Geothermal System
In the shadow of two outdated smokestacks and four antiquated coal-fired boilers, Muncie, IN-based Ball State University has started the second and final phase of converting the campus to a geothermal ground-source heat-pump system—the largest project of its kind in the United States.
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Apr 2012
State of California Publishing Plant Saves Energy, Water
Four indirect evaporative cooling units were recently installed at the California Department of General Services, Office of State Publishing in Sacramento—making it the largest indirect evaporative cooling project in the state.
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Mar 2012
Overheated: New York City Apartment Buildings Improve Comfort, Savings
In 2007, the city of New York, at the direction of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, undertook PlaNYC, an impressive effort to prepare the city for one million more residents, strengthen its economy, combat climate change and enhance the quality of life for all New Yorkers. The Plan brought together more than 25 city agencies to work toward the vision of a greener, greater New York.
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Feb 2012
Fulton Completes Facility Expansion Construction
Fulton Companies, a global manufacturer of steam, hydronic and thermal-fluid heat-transfer products and provider of energy management solutions, announces the completion of construction on its major facility expansion project.
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Jan 2012
Krakow, MO, Busy Beer Cooler and Freezer Get Upgrades
The hub of Krakow, MO, for decades, Krakow Store is a convenience store, restaurant, deli and gas station all wrapped in one. “Busy” doesn’t begin to describe the amount of traffic the store experiences on a daily basis. One of the hardest working pieces of equipment is the store’s walk-in beer cooler.
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Dec 2011
Merced College Implements Efficiency Upgrade and New Sustainability Curriculum
Campus-wide energy-efficiency program aims to deliver $3.5 million in energy and operational savings.
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Nov 2011
Automotive Parts Maker Uses Solar to Cut Gas-heating Costs
Injection molding firm combines a wall-mounted solar air heater with heat recovery to reduce CO2 emissions by 15 tons/year.
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Oct 2011
Mobile Tool Helps Facilities Calculate Energy Costs of HVAC Filters
Facility and HVAC engineers can now obtain critical operating cost data for HVAC air filters anywhere, any time, thanks to a new mobile smart phone tool from Kimberly-Clark Filtration.
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