Editor's Note

Cracking Codes

Of codes, compliance, and thorny web addresses.
We’ve been burning the candle at both ends this month to give you a worthwhile answer to the question you might have asked yourself recently if you’ve told us that you specify, design, or purchase boilers: “What’s this other magazine with the ES in this plastic bag”?
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ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT

That’s what we discussed, and sat in, at HPB.
The timing was perfect. First morning, first keynote, Dr. Jim Freihaut of the Greater Philadelphia Innovation Cluster for Energy-Efficient Buildings, has been talking to our High-Performance Buildings conference about the great work going on at the renewed Philadelphia Navy Yard. But now he’s also lamenting the state of facility O&M staff.
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Editor’s Note: Parts is Parts

But this new lab helps them work more like “one big part.”
As I read the press release, something about the DOE’s planned user test bed facility at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab reminded me of the old Wendy’s commercial from the ’80s that most of you are, uh, mature enough to recall.
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Editor's Note: August Additions

New digital- and analog-world projects spice up the summer, and an axeman keeps our advisory board sharp.
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Editor's Note: Rip Out This Page

(And send it to your marketing director.)
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Editor's Note: Facebook Follow-Up

Increasing energy awareness as it relates to the server farm can be a hard row to hoe.
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Editor's Note: Aftershocks: Don't Be Swayed

How to turn disaster into awareness into a difference the next time?
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Editor's Note: Pre-Show Shortcuts

A host known for rolling the dice doesn’t mean AHR the hard way.
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Editor's Note: Courting Controversy

A $100 million lawsuit takes a serious swipe at LEED®.
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Editor's Note: Student Drivers

Creative guidance now makes for smart steering later.
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