Mader, Robert P.
August 2011
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Fall2011 Supplement, p4
The author focuses on the issue regarding the increased water and energy efficiency in the U.S. He mentions people of Green Mechanical Contractor who have different ideas on energy efficiency, regulations and laws as they are subject to a host of mandatory energy efficiency standards in Europe where they sell their products. He states that energy conservation is becoming attractive in a free market as the results can be demonstrated in dollars and cents.


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