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Articles Tagged with ''energy management''
Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc. (ARG), franchisor of the quick-service sandwich chain with nearly 3,400 restaurants worldwide, announced energy reduction savings as part of its company-wide sustainability efforts. ARG achieved a 7.6 percent reduction in energy use intensity as a result of a variety of energy initiatives implemented.
Fortunately, more information is now available to help contractors avoid making costly mistakes when designing or installing GHP systems.
Geothermal heat pumps are among the most efficient and comfortable heating and cooling technologies currently available because they use the earth’s natural heat to provide heating, cooling, and, often, water heating.
Optimism remains high that the federal government will extend existing tax credits beyond 2016, and local utilities and state governments will start (or continue) offering incentives to encourage homeowners to invest in GHPs.
As long as accurate measurements are included, CHP adds up to a win-win for most everyone involved.
Recurrent Building Intelligence LLC has announced the acquisition of ProTek HVAC, a full-service commercial HVAC and refrigeration contractor serving the Washington, District of Columbia-area, with expertise in Class A commercial properties, retail, multifamily, and BSL laboratories.
If energy productivity doubles in the next 15 years, Americans could save $327 billion by the year 2030.
Teams representing more than 3,000 buildings across the country spent the past year competing to obtain the greatest reduction in energy use.
Canada has 1,633 LEED-certified projects, which total more than 22 million gross square meters of real estate.
From a market size of $13.07 billion in 2013, the global smart homes market is forecast to grow at compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.3 percent to reach $47.61 billion by 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research.