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MCGRAW - GEOTHERMAL HVAC: GREEN HE - GEOTHERMAL HVAC: GREEN HEATING AND COOLING Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Contains coupons for discounts on geothermal products and services, Practical coverage of geothermal HVAC: How geothermal works; Components of a system; What can be heated/cooled with geothermal/earth coupled systems; Types and sizes of heating and cooling systems; Types of geothermal heat pumps; Which kind of geothermal system is best for which application; Load calculations; What should it cost to have a geothermal system installed; System designs; what works, and what doesn't; What is my EER, really; Net positive cash flow... or how to calculate a payback; Federal and local tax incentives and rebates; Lifecycles and longevity .
ASHRAE - LV-11-C007 - OVER THIRTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH SOLAR THERMAL WATER HEATING Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: The largest average residential energy consumer is space heating at 25%, also a fine application for solar thermal, be it active or passive. To date, space cooling, representing 13% of the average annual energy consumption, is technically possible but economically challenged.
VA 23 81 46 - WATER-SOURCE UNITARY HEAT PUMPS Organization: VA
Date: 2011-04-01
Description: Unitary Water-Cooled Heat Pump: One or more factory made assemblies that normally include an indoor conditioning coil, compressor(s) and an outdoor refrigerant-to-water heat exchanger. These units provide both heating and cooling functions.
ARMY - AR 420-49 - UTILITY SERVICES Organization: ARMY
Date: 2005-09-19
Description: This regulation establishes policies and responsibilities for operation, maintenance, repair, and construction of facilities and systems for the efficient and economical management of utility services (which includes water supply, wastewater, solid waste (nonhazardous), electric, heating and cooling, refrigeration, and food service equipment) at Army garrisons.
SAE J2894/2 - POWER QUALITY TEST PROCEDURES FOR PLUG-IN ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGERS Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-03-01
Description: Examples of auxiliary loads: Control modules Active battery cooling and heating system components Data systems or telematics Cabin comfort systems o Cooling o Heating 12V system support (charging auxiliary, or starting, battery)
ASTM C1321 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR INSTALLATION AND USE OF INTERIOR RADIATION CONTROL COATING SYSTEMS (IRCCS) IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-15
Description: Examples that this practice is intended to address include: (1) low emittance surfaces in vented building envelope cavities intended to retard radiant transfer across the vented airspace; (2) low emittance surfaces at interior building surfaces intended to retard radiant transfer to or from building inhabitants; and (3) low emittance surfaces at interior building surfaces intended to reduce radiant transfer to or from heating or cooling systems. This practice covers the installation process from preinstallation inspection through post-installation.
ASTM C1744 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR INSTALLATION AND USE OF RADIANT BARRIER SYSTEMS (RBS) IN COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-05-01
Description: Some examples that this practice is intended to address include: (1) low-emittance surfaces in vented building envelope cavities intended to retard radiant transfer across the airspace: (2) low-emittance surfaces at interior building surfaces intended to retard radiant transfer to, or from, building inhabitants; and (3) low-emittance surface at interior building surfaces intended to reduce radiant transfer to, or from, radiant heating or cooling systems. This practice covers the installation process from preinstallation inspection through the post-installation procedure.
ASTM C1743 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR INSTALLATION AND USE OF RADIANT BARRIER SYSTEMS (RBS) IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-05-01
Description: Some examples that this practice is intended to address include: (1) low-emittance surfaces in vented building envelope cavities intended to retard radiant transfer across the airspace: (2) low-emittance surfaces at interior building surfaces intended to retard radiant transfer to, or from, building inhabitants; and (3) low-emittance surface at interior building surfaces intended to reduce radiant transfer to, or from, radiant heating or cooling systems.  This practice covers the installation process from preinstallation inspection through the post-installation procedure.
ASTM E2797 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT FOR A BUILDING INVOLVED IN A REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-10-01
Description: Building Energy Performance—This practice defines building energy performance as the building's total annual energy use and cost for heating, cooling, electricity, and other related uses. Energy use, for example, includes total electricity purchased; purchased or delivered steam, hot water, or chilled water; natural gas; fuel oil; coal; propane; biomass; or any other matter consumed as fuel and any electricity generated on site from renewable/alternative energy systems (for example, wind energy generator technology or solar photovoltaic systems).
CSA/AM - ANSI Z21.47/CSA 2.3 - GAS-FIRED CENTRAL FURNACES - SEVENTH EDITION Organization: CSA/AM
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: * At the time of printing, Federal energy acts in the U.S.A. regulate the efficiency (heating capacity) of furnaces having input ratings less than 225,000 Btu/hr (65 941 W).

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