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Schneider Debuts New Cooling Units for Data Centers

Linda Hardesty

Schneider Electric introduced two new cooling units for large data centers, where higher cooling capacities and optimized efficiency are required. Intended for cloud and colocation facilities, the Uniflair LE HDCV 4500, which occupies the same dimensions and footprint as the 4300 model, and the HDCV 5000 utilize a newly designed coil system and under-floor fan   …Continue Reading

Veolia Manages College’s Central Cogeneration Plant

Linda Hardesty

Veolia North America was awarded a 5-year contract with the South Orange County Community College District to provide operation and maintenance of its central cogeneration plant at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif. Following a competitive bid process, Veolia was selected to operate and maintain the central plant, including power generation equipment, the chilled and   …Continue Reading

Vortisand Helps NOLO’s District Energy Center Clean Up Its Water

Karen Henry

Enwave’s District Energy Center in New Orleans provides more than 33,000 tons of chilled water and air conditioning to more than 12 million square feet of commercial property that encompasses 15 square city blocks, including the New Orleans Regional Medical Center. After Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans in 2005, all of Enwave’s cooling water systems   …Continue Reading

Johnson Controls Reorganizes Building Efficiency Business

Linda Hardesty

Johnson Controls is reorganizing its Building Efficiency business. Effective immediately, Building Efficiency will operate two separate businesses: 1) the North America branch business and 2) the global products business. Dave Myers, president of Building Efficiency, has resigned and is leaving the company to pursue other interests. Bill Jackson, who most recently served as executive vice   …Continue Reading

High Efficiency Space Heater Suits Smaller Commercial Spaces

Linda Hardesty

Expanding its new line of SA-Series space heaters, Cambridge Engineering has added the SA350, capable of delivering 350 MBH (350,000 BTUs per hour) for commercial and industrial applications. The Cambridge SA-Series uses the same technology as the larger ultra high efficiency Cambridge S-Series but is sized for heating and ventilation of smaller spaces. Cambridge’s patented   …Continue Reading

Utah State’s Wayne Estes Center Is Set to Net Big Energy Savings

Karen Henry

Utah State University recently completed construction of its 32,744-sq-foot Wayne Estes Training Center, which houses the campus’ basketball practice facility and 1,400-seat volleyball court. The Center is seeking LEED Silver certification from the US Green Building Council. Windows line the lobby, allowing plenty of daylight to enter the building and helping the facility to save   …Continue Reading

Telkonet Creates Mobile Energy Monitoring Apps

Linda Hardesty

Telkonet launched EcoCentral Virtual Engineer mobile applications for iOS and Android phones. The native apps were internally created by Telkonet’s software engineers. The apps enable control of Telkonet’s EcoSmart platform for energy and operational management as well as monitoring and controlling HVAC, plug load and lighting. Version 1.0 of the EcoCentral Virtual Engineer mobile app   …Continue Reading

Energy Practices And Results Watched By Outsiders

Jennifer Hermes

Buildings in NYC and elsewhere have undergone a “complete 360” when it comes to energy practices, costs, and usage. It used to be that buildings had no motivation to be more energy efficient; costs were just spread out to tenants who just accepted and paid the expenses as part of their rent or lease agreement.   …Continue Reading

Schneider Opens Global R&D Center

Linda Hardesty

Schneider Electric held the grand opening of its new North American research and development center in Andover, Mass. The Boston One Campus will also serve as the company’s new North America headquarters, which has relocated from Palatine, Ill. The new center is built to house about 750 employees across all disciplines of Schneider Electric’s business   …Continue Reading

La Salle University Reduces Energy Usage 20%

Linda Hardesty

Siemens Industry’s Building Technologies Division will perform energy efficiency upgrades that are expected to help La Salle University in Philadelphia reduce its energy consumption by nearly 20 percent annually. The private Catholic university has been challenged with deferred maintenance issues and high energy usage and costs. Rising water costs have also become a concern and   …Continue Reading

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