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COMMON ENERGY CONSERVATION MEASURES

The Constructor

In this subsection, various energy conservation measures (ECMs) commonly recommended for commercial and industrial facilities are discussed. It should be noted that the list of ECMs presented below is not exhaustive or comprehensive. Rather, it is provided to indicate options that energy auditors can consider during energy analyses. However, it is strongly advised that energy […] The post COMMON ENERGY CONSERVATION MEASURES appeared first on The Constructor.

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Experts: Best Bet in $300M Osage Nation Wind Farm Dispute Is Negotiation

ENR Construction

Court order to take down 150-MW Oklahoma project could be 'yellow flag' to other companies building on Native American sites without full rights above ground—and below—according to two outside attorneys.

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Replacement Circulator Selection for Peak Performance

Contractor Magazine

The real secret? Pay attention to the performance curve to keep your hydronic system running smoothly.

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Enel's Best Bet in $300M Osage Nation Wind Farm Dispute Is Negotiation, Says Legal Experts

ENR Construction

Two attorneys with backgrounds in environmental and energy law told ENR the case could serve as a "yellow flag" to other companies that fail to obtain mineral rights for similar wind power projects.

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Optimize Operational Processes With an Industry-Specific ERP

As the use of Enterprise Resource Planning systems in the construction industry is critical to optimizing operations, it's critical that decision makers conduct a thorough software evaluation to find the one that best aligns to their needs.

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Enel's Best Bet in $300M Osage Nation Wind Farm Dispute Is Negotiation, Says Experts

ENR Construction

Court order to remove the 150-MW Texas project could be 'yellow flag' to other companies building on Native American sites without full rights above ground—and below—according to attorneys.