Piecing Together the Energy Puzzle

Over the past decade, the nationwide effort to increase energy efficiency in industrial construction projects has morphed from an industry-driven marketing technique into a government-mandated necessity. Building owners must now comply with strict energy regulations by lowering energy consumption, and absorb the cost to do so. This issue of the GrayWay discovers how some companies have successfully incorporated energy-efficient technologies into their industrial construction projects while realizing energy and cost savings for the life of their buildings.

Over the past decade, the nationwide effort to increase energy efficiency in industrial construction projects has morphed from an industry-driven marketing technique into a government-mandated necessity. Building owners must now comply with strict energy regulations by lowering energy consumption, and absorb the cost to do so. This issue of the GrayWay discovers how some companies have successfully incorporated energy-efficient technologies into their industrial construction projects while realizing energy and cost savings for the life of their buildings.

August 05, 2011

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