Energy-Saving Features of a LEED Gold Laboratory

Energy-Saving Features of a LEED Gold Laboratory

This article describes administrative-area VAV and laboratory ventilation control and discusses the integration of systems and protocols into a single user interface.

According to a Spanish proverb, it takes much silver to find gold. This saying holds true if what you seek is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold rating—except, in this case, the silver you invest is engineering expertise.

The May issue of HPAC Engineering contained an article on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Region VII Science and Technology Center in Kansas City, Kan.,1 which was awarded LEED Gold cer

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