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  • Jul 7, 2015
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    New U.S. Department of Energy Rules for HVACR Equipment 1

    Last month, as I was perusing the “Locating a Product” section of Info-dex, HPAC Engineering’s annual directories issue, it occurred to me that over the two years I’ve been writing this blog, I have not given much attention to issues mostly affecting manufacturers....More
  • May 26, 2015
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    The Role of School HVAC in Student Performance

    Green schools report lower absenteeism, better academic performance, and less faculty turnover. If schools in your community aren’t being designed and built to green standards, you need to ask your school board why....More
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