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The National Environmental Balancing Bureau recently donated $10,000 to ASHRAE research.
Sustainability is promoted in all aspects of life in Seattle, which according to ASHRAE, makes it a perfect location for its 2014 Annual Conference.
A new proposal by ASHRAE would require multifamily buildings of any height to fall under ASHRAE’s residential ventilation standard, 62.2.
The City of Chicago now recognizes the ASHRAE-Certified Building Energy Assessment Professional (BEAP) as a data verifier credential under the city’s new Energy Benchmarking Ordinance.
When it comes to measuring a building’s energy use, there is a lot to take into consideration.
New tests and test improvements are now included in the newly published version of ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135.1-2013, Method of Test for Conformance to BACnet.
ASHRAE is currently looking for papers for its 2015 Winter Conference in Chicago, Jan. 24-28.
As part of Engineers Week (Feb. 16-22), ASHRAE named its 2014 New Face of Engineering: Rebecca Delaney, P.E.
Requirements in a 2013 revision of an energy standard will result in buildings that could achieve 6% to 8% more efficiency than buildings built to the 2010 standard, according to ASHRAE and IES.
According to ASHRAE, power usage effectiveness (PUE) has become the globally adopted metric for measuring the energy efficiency of data centers.
On-Demand There is an evolution happening in efficient data center design. The need to maximize efficiency to offset ever increasing data center power consumption rates has led to efficient design strategies such as hot/cold aisle configurations, containment, and PUE and energy monitoring.Read More
On-Demand ASHRAE 170-2008 addresses environmental control in a hospital as it relates to cleanliness, thermal comfort, and overall indoor air quality. Energy recovery has been widely focused in hospitals on the reclamation of waste heat; however, larger savings are present with the recovery of conditioned exhaust.Read More