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Old Building, New HQ: VRF In Wisconsin

An energy services company has a habit of basing its operations in buildings ready for a second chance. This time around, a zoned VRF design led to substantial electric and gas savings on top of the rewards of building conservation.
Franklin Energy Services, LLC (Franklin Energy)in Port Washington, WI, has been consulting with utilities, municipalities, and states to create energy-efficiency programs for commercial, industrial, agricultural and residential customers since 1994
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TOMORROW’S ENVIRONMENT

Leaving A Legacy

Who does that? Don’t rule yourself out too quickly.
If you are one of the fortunate ones to have had the opportunity to work in the building industry throughout your career, you probably don’t think you can or will leave a legacy for others to benefit from being in this business.
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Modular Heating Water Boilers

Modular boilers have come a long way in the past few years, along with load-matching strategies. Improving efficiencies, navigating critical tight spaces, and allowing for future growth are three reasons this option is heating up.
Modular boilers were reportedly first introduced in the 1960s.
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COMMISSIONING

Commissioning Action Lists: What Is Too Long?

A lengthy to-do list after FPT can cause more problems than it solves.
I am a strong proponent of planning ahead for successful functional performance testing.
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BUILDING AUTOMATION

Controls For VRF Systems

Incorporating these systems with BAS can prove to be a wise choice.
One of the most interesting new HVAC trends is the use of VRF systems
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You And Your Collaboratory Creating Open Cloud Services

Your cloud and the cloud services you create for your clients on your journey to the Internet of Things (IOT) are a virtual extension of everything you have ever done in the past, with the added power of a mobile cloud services future.
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Tomorrow’s Environment

Third-Party Troubleshooting Review - Part 2

Mapping out the system and walking to conclusions will go a long way in solving mechanical errors.
Continuing on with Part 2 of the discussion on troubleshooting problematic HVAC systems and buildings, I want to get a little more detailed with how to grasp the big picture when starting out with problem solving an installation.
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Case In Point

ERVs, radiant system supply warmth, fresh air to NY utility

If the little town of Massena, NY, were any further north, it would be in Canada – and it has the climate to prove it.
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BUILDING AUTOMATION

Impact Of ASHRAE 90.1 On Controls And BAS Design

As states adopt more stringent energy codes, here is what you need to know.
In an effort to improve energy efficiency for commercial buildings, ASHRAE, IES, ANSI, and the DOE have been working diligently to increase the stringency of state energy codes.
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COMMISSIONING

Beware Of Single-Mode Balancing Reports

System success depends on a well-rounded TAB procedure.
Proper air and water balancing is critical to HVAC system performance.
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EVENTS

Industry

Technology Theater

4/23/14
Long Beach, CA
United States
Contact: Steve Graham
One-day technology sessions target HVACR contractors, OEMs and consulting specifying engineers Read More

Industry

Technology Theater

4/24/14
Las Vegas, NV
United States
Contact: Steve Graham
One-day technology sessions target HVACR contractors, OEMs and consulting specifying engineers Read More

Industry

Technology Theater

5/7/14
Boston, MA
United States
Contact: Steve Graham
One-day technology sessions target HVACR contractors, OEMs and consulting specifying engineers Read More

Industry

Technology Theater

5/8/14
New York City, NY
United States
Contact: Steve Graham
One-day technology sessions target HVACR contractors, OEMs and consulting specifying engineers Read More

Industry

37th World Energy Engineering Congress

10/1/14
Washington Convention Center, Hall A
801 Mount Vernon Place, NW
Washington, DC
United States
Contact: Brian Douglas
We invite you to be a part of the nation's largest, most active buying venue for end user energy products and services – the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC). Read More

Industry

2014 Munters Technology Training

10/7/14
San Antonio, TX
United States

Industry

2015 AHR EXPO

1/26/15
McCormick Place Convention Center
Chicago, IL
United States
The world’s largest trade show exclusively for the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industry Read More

Industry

2015 National HVACR Educators / Trainers Conference and Policy Forum

3/15/15
Florida Hotel and Conference Center
Orlando, FL
United States

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