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  1. 11/04/2013
    Know your options for repairs and replacements.
  2. 02/17/2014
    The collaborative is looking to improve energy efficiency in New York State buildings and spur economic growth in emerging technologies, bringing new and expanding businesses to the state.
  3. 09/25/2013
    Do manufacturers really know what consumers want? According to a new global study released by UL, there are several critical gaps between manufacturer and consumer priorities.
  4. 08/15/2013
    Improving grid resilience is becoming even more important as climate change increases the frequency and intensity of severe weather, according to a new report released by The White House Council of Economic Advisers and the U.S. Department of Energy.
  5. 11/18/2013
    After a rough recession that brought the sector to a standstill in 2009, Jones Lang LaSalle identified four trends shaping the industry and is calling the comeback an “Extreme Makeover,” which the organization has detailed below.
  6. 02/01/2014
    EVS directors are under pressure to maintain or enhance the cleanliness of their facilities, often while their budgets are reduced. The key to meeting these challenges is using innovative products that reduce costs and enhance productivity. Learn how chemical-free cleaning in a healthcare environment can help reduce costs and resources.
  7. 12/20/2013
    A new study shows that coal generation plants can be modified to fit within the new power sector and be a part of a cleaner energy system.
  8. 03/28/2014
    Whether architectural or security lighting, these systems can provide visual oomph and a safety boost.
  9. 08/09/2013
    Wind turbines that generate power close to where it will be used are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S.
  10. 09/01/2013

    Creative solutions to enhance your building performance

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