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University of Kentucky CAER

The University of Kentucky’s new Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) is featured in the Winter 2014 edition of High Performance Building Magazine. The building is used to investigate new and existing energy technologies to improve the environment. This building … Continue reading

Aircuity Launches YouTube Channel

Aircuity, manufacturers of a unique Demand Control Ventilation system have a new video website full of video testimonials, specific application solutions & product tutorials. These short, 2-3 minute videos have always been on the company’s website, but now they are … Continue reading

Achieving Net Zero

Designing a net zero building was at first thought to be something to strive for…but something that was not realistic. A net zero building is one with zero net energy consumption and zero carbon emissions annually. Designing a building that … Continue reading

VFD’s and Load Side Disconnects

National Electric Code (NEC) requires there to be a disconnect within sight of the motor. Specifically, Article 430, Part IX details that “within sight” means visible and not more than 50 feet from each other.film Rings If a Variable Frequency … Continue reading