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Honeywell has helped the Harrisburg Housing Authority (HHA) lead an initiative to refurbish and reopen the vacant Jackson Towers apartment complex in Harrisburg, PA.
The Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) awarded $17 million in Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) projects.
When it comes to measuring a building’s energy use, there is a lot to take into consideration.
The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute is applauding the introduction of H.R.4219, which would amend the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.
The Department of Energy is applauding Staples for its energy efficiency measures at the Coppell Fulfillment Center near Dallas.
Honeywell has introduced its Din-Mon™ energy meters, communicating submeters that integrate with the Building Automation Systems and help building owners and managers monitor, measure, and reduce energy costs. In response to customer demand for easy installation, Honeywell says its Din-Mon energy meters can be installed on wall mounted DIN rail or in HVAC equipment enclosures.
Thirteen online courses being offered this spring through the ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) will aim to provide industry professionals with knowledge of sustainable techniques.
ASHRAE is seeking papers for a conference focused on research in building design and system technologies for energy efficiency.
Greenheck’s ICD series of Insulated Control Dampers have earned AMCA’s new certified rating of Energy Efficiency. This new test method, which is found in ANSI/AMCA standard 500D-12, assigns a damper a Thermal Efficiency Ratio (E) by comparing its thermal performance with the thermal performance of a standard reference damper.
The National Institute of Building Sciences Commercial Workforce Credentialing Council (CWCC) is seeking qualified practitioners to assist in the development of job task analyses for the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines.