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ASHRAE says it took major actions during its 2014 Annual Conference including introduction of its strategic plan, creation of a new indoor air quality alliance, and announcement of a milestone related to its research program and foundation.
Danfoss highlighted the sustainability benefits of CO2 refrigeration systems in supermarket applications during a presentation at ATMOsphere America 2014, June 18-19, in San Francisco.
A preliminary schedule has been announced for the 2014 ASHRAE/IBPSA-USA Building Simulation Conference, Sept. 10-12, in Atlanta.
ASHRAE is seeking papers for its 2015 Annual Conference, June 27-July 1, in Atlanta.
Guidance on how to incorporate changes regarding building envelope, lighting, mechanical, and the energy cost budget in the 2013 energy standard from ASHRAE and IES are included in a newly published User’s Manual.
ASHRAE has announced that its building energy rating and labeling program known as Building Energy Quotient (bEQ) now qualifies as an energy rating option for buildings in the state of Florida.
Guidance on performance monitoring is featured in a newly published guideline from ASHRAE.
The 2014 ASHRAE Handbook—Refrigeration, which covers refrigeration equipment and systems for applications other than human comfort, is now available for purchase.
The unique challenges required for HVAC design in rail passenger vehicles are being addressed in a proposed guideline from ASHRAE now open for public comment.
Preliminary analysis from the U.S. Department of Energy shows that the ASHRAE/IES’s 2013 energy efficiency standard contains energy savings over the 2010 standard of 8.5% source energy and 7.6% site energy.
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