Lawrence (Larry) Clark, QCxP, GGP, LEED AP+

Principal, Sustainable Performance Solutions LLC, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

A member of HPAC Engineering’s Editorial Advisory Board, Lawrence (Larry) Clark, QCxP, GGP, LEED AP+, is principal of Sustainable Performance Solutions LLC, a South Florida-based engineering firm focused on energy and sustainability consulting. He has more than two dozen published articles on HVAC- and energy-related topics to his credit and frequently lectures on green-building best practices, central-energy-plant optimization, and demand-controlled ventilation.

Posts by Lawrence (Larry) Clark, QCxP, GGP, LEED AP+

Reflections on the 2017 AHR Expo

Learn what caught HPAC Engineering blogger Larry Clark's eye at the 2017 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo)....More

Update (Again) on Energy-Efficient-Commercial-Buildings Tax Deduction

The energy-efficient-commercial-buildings tax deduction was passed by Congress in 2005. Since then, it has been extended several times, most recently....More

Solar Trees in Bloom at POWER-GEN

Last month, I attended POWER-GEN International, billed as the world’s largest power-generation event. One exhibitor I was especially looking forward....More

Legionellosis Prediction a Year Later: Not What I Expected

A year ago, I predicted new procedures and technologies and perhaps some new businesses would emerge in response to the problem of legionellosis. I....More

Taking the High Road in Promoting Sustainability

Previously, I praised the Green Building Initiative for pledging to promote green-building practices regardless of the "product" used. Now, USGBC....More

On the Phaseout of HFCs and a Milestone for Nuclear Power

Last month marked two significant events: the signing by more than 170 countries of a legally binding accord that phases out the use of....More

Raising the Efficiency Ceiling of Rooftop Units

For cooling requirements of up to 100-plus tons, rooftop units often represent a low-first-cost solution, based on equipment cost and relative ease....More

Commercial-Building Energy Efficiency; Denying Climate-Change Deniers

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, total energy consumption in commercial buildings increased just 7 percent from 2003 to 2012....More

Solar-Powered Steam Generation

Two years ago, MIT researchers developed a structure capable of converting 85 percent of solar energy to steam. MIT since has improved this “solar....More

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