Articles by Paula Liegl

Distributors for the Week: 02/26/2001

Distributors for the Week
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Honeywell, Sage to Develop 'Smart' Glass

Honeywell and Sage Electrochromics, Inc., have developed an agreement that they say will allow the companies to develop and introduce user-controllable window glass that will transform windows into comfort-enhancing and energy-saving appliances.
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Warrantech Signs Agreement With Nova

Warrantech Home Service Co. has signed an agreement with Nova Insurance Services to market home warranties in the state of Arizona.
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Comfort Revisions Up for Review

Proposed revisions of “Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy” (ASHRAE Standard 55-1992R) were approved for public review of its proposed revisions at ASHRAE Winter Meeting last month.
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Study Finds Excellent Air Quality in Airplanes

According to researchers at concentrations of air contaminants measured in a study of commercial aircraft were found to be generally lower than those in residential or commercial buildings.
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New Power Plants Planned for NY

The New York Energy Buyers Forum (NYEBF) is supporting the 10 small power plants planned by the New York Power Authority (NYPA) to ensure electric reliability and price stability in the New York City area this summer.
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Electrolux Acquires Aussie Appliances

The Electrolux Group signed an agreement to acquire the major appliances business of Email Ltd. of Australia.
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FieldCentrix Files Patents for Wireless Capabilities

FieldCentrix has filed patent applications for its wireless and workflow technologies.
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ASHRAE Standard Clarifies Filtration

ASHRAE has recommended for publication an addendum to its ventilation standard that would clarify requirements for equipment-related particulate filtration.
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5 Million Homes Need Help Paying Fuel Bills

As heating prices soar, an estimated 5 million American families may need government help paying winter heating bills.
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