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Breezing along: U.S. wind power showing strong growth

Continued low prices, more-efficient turbines and increasing demand driving market


Considerations for water heaters in hospitality

In the hospitality industry water heating is the single largest use of energy, about third of total energy use, according to the California Center for Sustainable Energy. Every bath, shower, kitchen and laundry counts toward the property's utility bill.

Junior high achieves national first with innovative HVAC design

Clark County (Ky.) Public Schools has improved upon its chilled beam energy-saving model with the recent HVAC retrofit of a 43-year-old school building.

Considerations for water heaters in restaurants

Sure, it seems like restaurants need great food, good service and a friendly atmosphere to be successful. But really, restaurants run on hot water.

Community destroyed by wind now using wind to power it

It was the most intense tornado season the region had seen in 50 years and the city of Greensburg, Kansas, saw the worst of it.

New Compact Horizontal Packaged Geothermal System Fits Small Footprint Locations

A new compact horizontal geothermal/water source heat pump is designed for a small footprint in retrofit and new applications.

Atlanta Luxury Hotel Gives Foul Odors The Shaft

Most buildings in the U.S. today are plagued by the poor indoor air quality and high-energy usage issues that come from improper ventilation. But now that a simple, non-intrusive solution, in the form of aerosol-based duct sealing is available, property owners are addressing the problems head on.

Calif. library's HVAC design earns rave reviews for IAQ

Under floor air distribution and dispersion combined with solar, pinpoint BMS monitoring/control and building envelope design help facility to LEED platinum

Nuts & Bolts of Building Ventilation

The amount of air required to be delivered to a given space by an HVAC system is based primarily on the number of people occupying the space, the type and amount of equipment, and the overall size of the space.

Importance of proper sizing for commercial water heating

Selecting the proper water heater size and configuration for a commercial application requires understanding many factors.

High-performance multifamily construction helping drive EEBA agenda

Annual conference and expo to highlight strategies, education sessions and networking for those focused on energy efficient and sustainable building

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Duct Sealing Critical to Halting the Spread of Airborne Infections at Nemours Children’s Clinic

Aeroseal used to seal exhaust ventilation system and ultimately gain control of airflow in older 11-story medical facilities.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Aeroseal

Florida State Capitol Retrofit Uses Aeroseal to Save Time, Lower Costs and Ensure Code Compliance

The Florida State capitol building is the centerpiece of downtown Tallahassee. During a building retrofit project, engineers noted that much of the existing exhaust ductwork had never been sealed. The contractors knew that sealed ducts are paramount to maintaining and ensuring proper exhaust.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Aeroseal

Solar water heating helping Mass. multifamily buildings save energy

The Consortium for Advanced Residential Buildings has worked with builders to assess the most practical cost-effective means to reduce home energy consumption and approach zero energy. Especially in multifamily applications, CARB has seen more developers explore solar domestic hot-water systems as part of the least-cost pathway.

Type: Case Study


Naval Base Kitsap Finds Aeroseal the Ideal Solution for Solving Persistent Mold Issues / Reducing Energy Use

During a major renovation project, NAVFAC Northwest was on a mission to solve a persistent mold and mildew problem plaguing its 4-story, 380+ room quarters at Naval Base Kitsap. After a variety of duct sealing methods were tested, the use of Aeroseal proved to be the fastest, most cost-effective way to reach proper ventilation specifications.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Aeroseal

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