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  1. 02/18/2014
    The state certified 171 projects.
  2. 03/07/2014
    It is possible to harvest energy from Earth's thermal infrared emission into outer space, according to new research from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
  3. 02/28/2014
    The organizations released a letter urging the rejection of a proposal to repeal Section 433 of the Energy Independence and Security Act.
  4. 10/22/2013
    Facility managers are split – 43% believe they are responsible for the health of building occupants, while 40% say it’s up to the workers themselves.
  5. 12/01/2013
    How to protect against power outages.
  6. 12/01/2013
    Choose between single- and multi-attribute programs.
  7. 10/01/2013
    How to ensure a smooth deployment and optimal performance from your new system.
  8. 03/11/2014
    Through the DOE’s Building Energy Codes Program, every dollar the DOE has spent on building energy codes over the past two decades has resulted in $400 in energy cost savings.
  9. 06/01/2014
    The working environment has officially changed and cubicle farms are nearing extinction. Their replacement is a sleek open bench system with a smaller footprint, denser population, and one major flaw: where will the power come from and what can be done with all those cables? This ubiquitous computing haven with portable laptops, tablets and smart phones is challenging the boundaries of a building’s existing power grid.
  10. 05/05/2014

    7 reasons non-wovens are a top roofing choice.

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