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Deciphering 2018 IECC—Specific Application Controls

Some commercial applications have design and usage requirements that necessitate a unique selection of lighting controls.

Deciphering 2018 IECC—Daylight Responsive Controls

One area that hasn’t changed much with the 2018 IECC revision are the sections specifying how daylight harvesting should work in a compliant facili

Deciphering 2018 IECC—Light Reduction Controls

In the IECC standard, two techniques work together to reduce energy usage in most indoor commercial spaces: Interior Manual Lighting Controls (refe

Deciphering 2018 IECC—Automatic Time Switch Control

Automatic Time Switch Controls have been a mainstay in IECC standards.

Deciphering 2018 IECC—Occupancy Sensors and Open Office Requirements

Occupancy sensors are energy code standbys, and with the revision of IECC for 2018, they are now required in more spaces.

Importance of Emergency Lighting Controls

Building codes across the country require emergency lighting controls in nonresidential buildings to keep occupants safe during a utility outage, f

2018 IECC: What’s Changed and What’s New?

2018 IECC: What’s Changed and What’s New?

What Distributors Need to Know to Sell More Products

Why are energy codes important to distributors? Because they’re important to new construction and retrofit projects!

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Top 5 Reasons for Property Owners to Submeter

Some of the greatest benefits of submetering technology come in the form of property owner advantages.

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Data Centers—Global Energy Consumers

Data centers have long been considered intensive