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The Future of Energy Prices; Guide to North America's Greenest Colleges
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Engineering Green Buildings

April 18, 2012

EGB Features

How Long Will Energy Prices Stay Depressed?

By TOD W. SHERMAN, Tybec Energy Management Specialists Inc., Lititz, Pa.

Natural-gas prices in March reached a new 10-year low, and they aren’t likely to go anywhere in a hurry. Record production of shale gas, coupled with the fourth-mildest winter on record, are keeping energy prices down.

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Princeton Review, USGBC Release Annual Guide to Green Colleges

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Symposium to Explore Renewable-Energy Sources in U.S. Buildings

Danfoss, manufacturer of high-efficiency electronic and mechanical components for air-conditioning, heating, refrigeration, and motion systems, recently announced its next EnVisioneering Symposium, “The Path of Renewable Energy in Buildings,” will be held June 6 in Washington, D.C.

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CABA Completes Smart-Grid Study

Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) has completed a collaborative research study to identify, define, and size the principal business opportunities presented by the growth of smart grids in relation to intelligent buildings.

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Online Registration for Mechanical Systems Week 2012 Open

Registration for Mechanical Systems Week 2012, a national seminar and product showcase devoted to HVACR, hydronics, and plumbing taking place Sept. 19-21 in Schaumburg, Ill., is open.

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