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Florida Schools Give Retrofits An 'A+' As Growth Looms

November 20, 2000
A cogeneration system and new central chilled water loop are already paying off for the University of Florida. Now, a 34-building performance contract retrofit should save another $4 million annually.These
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'Chiller Dialysis' Helps Hospital Out Of A Jam

November 20, 2000
"Increased energy use" is not a popular phrase with people responsible for large comfort cooling chillers. "Down time" is even further down on the list. Unfortunately, recent research suggests that
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Efficiency Is Gaining Steam At Duquesne

November 20, 2000
Pittsburgh's Duquesne University installed chillers on the sloped floor of a space previously used as a parking deck.Duquesne University in Pittsburgh features one of the most comfortable urban campuses in
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Commissioning: Getting It Right: Commissioning and Preventive Maintenance (September 1999)

November 20, 2000
Can commissioning help develop a PM plan? Well, since you asked...
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Building Automation: Virtual Grooming (November 2000)

November 2, 2000
The care and feeding of your virtual image is mandatory -- it and your "real" identity will become one.
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Not-So-Candid Camera (October 1999)

October 20, 2000
It is a challenge creating quality steam using existing boiler efficiencies. Capturing actual boiler operations illustrates the effects of steam quality (vs. boiler efficiency) during different boiler and steam system demands.
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Where Comfort Is Stressed (October 1999)

October 20, 2000
Here's a nice switch. When it came time to improve this family-owned inn, the owners made sure that design requirements drove cost, not vice versa.
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Sun Sets Its Sights On New Headquarters

October 20, 2000
Neither mud nor a cramped schedule prevented Phase 1 of the new Sun Microsystems (Broomfield, CO) campus renovation from coming in with built-in savings and time to spare.As Sun Microsystems
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Current Affairs: Motor Starter Basics - Part 1 (October 1999)

October 20, 2000
Meet the first two motor circuit must-do's.
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You've Come A Long Way, Baby (October 1999)

October 20, 2000
Gone are yesterday's unreliable and inaccurate sensors and controls. Today's devices, including temperature, humidity, and CO2 sensors, are not only highly accurate and dependable, they also last longer and provide buildings with greater comfort and energy savings.
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