Seeing the Possibilities with the Water-Energy Nexus

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Seeing the Possibilities with the Water-Energy Nexus

As building performance professionals, we see the world differently than most people. We see the interconnections between west-facing glass and occupant comfort, hidden airflow and insulation performance. Thanks to that ability to see things differently, ...

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In Hot Water

May 01, 2005

        If you happened to be in the Monterey Peninsula Airport in Monterey, California, between December 2004 and May 2005, you were treated to a very interesting display of water heaters, both ... [continue reading]

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Which Toilets Deliver?

Author: Bill Gauley
May 01, 2005

A new testing procedure gives researchers a valuable tool to evaluate the effectiveness of low-flow toilets. [continue reading]

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Creating Heat and Light

January 01, 2005

A Canadian program tests the efficiency and future potential of residential combined heat and power systems at its residential building test center. [continue reading]

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Oak Ridge In Hot Water

January 01, 2005

        Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) are taking on the second biggest energy user in the home—hot water. One way to minimize water-heating energy is to ... [continue reading]

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Hey, Where's the Hot Water?

September 01, 2004

In many ways, new homes may be experiencing the best of times. But for their hot water distribution systems it can be the worst of times. [continue reading]

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Tucson Blooms with Less Water

May 01, 2004

        Water is an increasingly precious resource that needs to be used more wisely, and there are energy penalties associated with heating and distributing water inefficiently (see “Are You ... [continue reading]

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