Building on last month's article, The Walkthrough Survey for an Energy Audit, we now will explore some of the more advanced auditing and reporting techniques. Not all of these tools will be appropriate for every facility, but many will help to move your energy projects forward.
AERCO has re-designed its two-million BTU/hour Benchmark 2.0 Low NOx condensing boiler to reduce its footprint (79"H x 28"W x 36"D), electrical consumption (120V) and gas pressure requirements (4") while maintaining unmatched 20:1 turndown to maximize fuel savings. Engineers and contractors can employ the environmentally-friendly, high-efficiency boiler in a wider variety of hydronic heating applications due to the new design.
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A redesign of sodium-nickel chloride batteries could pave the way for new energy advancements.
Internet industry giant Google has joined financial forces with the New York based Good Energies and Japan's Marubeni for a project led by Trans-Elect that will lay approximately 350 miles of underwater electric cable that will potentially form the backbone of a power grid for future offshore wind turbines.
Demand-side management (DSM) pays for itself by generating utility savings, provides the owner with an attractive return on investment (ROI), and provides a positive net present value (NPV) as a pure investment.
Agilewaves provides a turnkey energy monitoring system featuring virtual submetering via a sensor network, a robust data store with discrete measurements, and advanced analytical reporting capabilities.
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The USE Controller EMS is a next-generation system designed to provide a savings of 10-35% on oil and gas usage and payback in less than two years.
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