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Hybrid HVAC design earns high marks at KY school

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The new $60-million George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester, KY, is saving 35% each month in utility costs, thanks to its green design.
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Contingency plan keeps school in session during HVAC outage

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Afternoon temperatures in Virginia can reach uncomfortable highs on late summer days.
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Data center succeeds in search for ideal temps

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Robert Hunt, manager of enterprise systems management at American Greetings, had one goal in mind — drive out costs related to energy use
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Fabric duct solution unburdens data center build-outs

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Cooling build-outs can be one of the highest operational costs facing data storage facilities.
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Department store finds savings up on the roof

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When the Dillard’s department store in Naples, FL, reached the point where its rooftop HVAC equipment was in need of replacement, company officials decided to put energy savings as the primary goal.
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Ice storage, solar panels a sure bet for California Lottery

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When the California Lottery sought to construct new headquarters, officials wanted a location that would be both functional and save on energy costs.
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Filtration helps efficiency to soar at Denver Airport

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At 35,000 acres, Denver International Airport (DIA) is the largest airport site in North America, and the second largest in the world. More than 53 million passengers travel through the airport annually.
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Seattle office building achieves net zero energy, water

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In the recently completed Bullitt Center office building in Seattle, net zero energy and net zero water initiatives have been combined with the Living Building Challenge.
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Successful piping solution helps beer go from brew room to tap

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The owners of Aardwolf Brewery in Jacksonville, FL, are not taking any chances when it comes to their up-and-coming business. That attitude is what led them to select Aquatherm as an important component for their brewing room.
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Natatorium project dives into energy savings, reduces refrigerant use

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The retrofit of a 25-yr-old conventional indoor city recreation center proved to be a psychometrics and logistics challenge, according to the project’s engineer and mechanical contractor.
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