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Energy Manager E-news

The spotlight in this issue is Benchmarking. CLICK HERE to see our entire 2012 editorial calendar.

SPOTLIGHT EPA analysis shows 7% energy savings for benchmarked buildings

In one of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) largest building energy benchmarking data analysis to date, discover the remarkable energy savings the report finds. READ...


Canadian-made energy efficiency tool RETScreen... for free?
Too good to be true? Do you know about the free decision support tool that can evaluate the energy production and savings, costs, emission reductions, financial viability and risk for different renewable-energy and energy-efficient technologies? WATCH...

APPrO 2012

3M Canada Brockville plant achieves ISO 50001 accreditation
3M Canada claims it is the first in the country to receive ISO 50001 accreditation of a manufacturing facility, as well as achieve Platinum—the highest level—of the Superior Energy Performance (SEP) program for its energy efficiency accomplishments. READ...

ZigBee Alliance celebrates first ''decade of successes''
Congratulations to the ZigBee Alliance on its first ''decade of successes'' and 600 ZigBee Certified product milestone this month. READ...

New Ontario showroom spotlights hydronic heating and cooling technology
Jaga Climate Systems is now offering its energy-efficient climate control products in what it's calling Ontario's first and only hydronic technology showroom. READ...

Energy-efficiency demands to drive stucco and EIFS market growth
A recent report by Principia predicts the North American demand for stucco and EIFS (exterior insulation and finishing systems) is projected to grow to 1.4 billion sf. valued at $2.4 billion in 2014. READ...

Traditional courtyards built around climate control... not art
Researchers in Spain have used mathematical tools to assess what has apparently been known for centuries: the temperature inside the typical Mediterranean courtyard is cooler than that of the street. So how can this help save energy and money? READ...

The Blue Book

2012 Media Kit

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