Government Regulation Is Most Important Driver for This Market
January 7, 2015
While advances in energy efficient buildings are reducing the energy consumption of many new and existing structures, the spread of zero energy buildings, which generate as much energy over the course of a year as they use, is a primary indicator of aggressive approaches to mitigating the impacts of climate change in the built environment.
Intelligent, Modular, Low-Cost Scrubber Can Be Retrofitted or Used in New Construction
October 16, 2014
enVerid Systems announced that it has been awarded $2.4 million through a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to accelerate the deployment of the company’s new HVAC Load Reduction (HLR™) technology for buildings.
Emphasis on Energy Conservation and Reduced Carbon Emissions to be Key Driving Forces
July 7, 2014
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.
Fifty-Nine Percent Are Willing to Replace Inefficient HVAC Systems with Newer Models
June 30, 2014
The annual Lennox Home Energy Report Card survey found that 98 percent of homeowners are trying to conserve energy in some fashion, to either help save money and/or protect the environment. Half of homeowners (50 percent) gave their household a “B” when grading their household energy efficiency.
Custom System to Safeguard the Institution and Its Cultural Heritage
June 27, 2014
Carrier and the Governate of the Vatican City State have announced the start of the installation of a new HVAC system for the Sistine Chapel, specially designed to address the challenges of protecting Michelangelo’s masterpieces against deterioration.
Scope of Work Includes All HVAC Design and Equipment, and Piping Systems
July 22, 2013
EMCOR Group Inc. announced that its subsidiary S.A. Comunale has been awarded a contract for the installation of fire protection, plumbing, and HVAC systems at Northeast Ohio Medical University Health and Wellness Center in Rootstown, Ohio.
In commercial buildings, workers usually come and go en masse each day. As a result, energy use can rapidly become inefficient. Now, a new study done on Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) buildings reveals some data that could help designers and building managers optimize energy usage.