Tight budgets, rising energy costs, and efficiency upgrades will be the primary topics of discussion at the 2009 Greater Cincinnati Energy Summit on Tuesday, January 27, 2009.
Contributor Chad Safran reveals why ground source heat pumps may prove to be the next wave in HVAC systems.
Farmington, CT-based company continues connection with North Carolina campus following four years of service.
States mandated to follow different ASHRAE standard in order to comply with 2005 energy legislation.
Poor Richard shares his thoughts about a March 2008 study quantifying the actual performance of all 552 LEED-NC v.2 certified buildings.
Deal with Ottawa Income Fund completed with hopes of expanding North American presence.
Finz Seafood & Grill in Dedham, MA has installed a system that generates on-site electricity and hot water.
Proposed changes address applications not covered in the existing standard scope, such as requirements for laboratories, data center cooling, and kitchen exhausts.
A new ball in Times Square will help bring in 2009 with a more colorful and energy-efficient display.
Changes to the purpose and scope of ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1 as well as new lighting requirements are being proposed through public review.