During a recent Efficiency on Tap event hosted by HIGHMARK, the topic of controlling Legionella in cooling towers was discussed, and four steps were provided as the key.
In our effort to bring efficiency to the built environment, we seek to share our insights and best practices. Below is a compilation of articles written by and interviews with the HIGHMARK leadership team looking at why building efficiency matters.
Many factors go into making a condo-buying decision, but there’s a key aspect that’s always overlooked – the type of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system that’s installed.
Indian Point will be closing in 2021, thus leaving a major void in New York City's energy supply - and building efficiency can help.
Improving building efficiency supports the economy and creates millions of new jobs.
Enhanced building efficiency can reduce operating expenses, increase property value and improve business productivity.
Applying building-efficiency technologies can help renewables overtake fossil fuels in the energy mix.
Per-capita energy use is growing, the nation’s grid is maxed out and building efficiency can provide relief.
Hospitals can avoid hundreds of millions of dollars in lost Medicare reimbursements by acting now.
Greater efficiency in the built environment curbs consumption, supports renewable energy and cuts costs.
Pre-engineered solution maximizes operational savings.