July 9, 2020 by Adam Fairbanks | 4 minute read | Data Center, Thought Leadership, Energy Efficiency

    Beyond PUE: Data Center Cooling Efficiency

    Today’s engineers design modern data centers with state-of-the-art cooling infrastructure, taking into account the vast power needed to keep them...

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    June 25, 2020 by Crystal Camp | 3 minute read | Fairbanks Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Services

    A Business Student’s View of Energy Efficiency

    While working on my first assignment as the Marketing Co-op for Fairbanks Energy Services, I overheard someone in the office talking about how a...

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    June 25, 2020 by Melanie Lopez | 4 minute read | Fairbanks Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Services

    A Semester of Efficiency

    I came across this internship through the university in my third year, and it piqued my interest because I am interested in learning more about...

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    June 23, 2020 by Tom Mahoney | 3 minute read | Controls, LED Lighting, Energy Efficiency

    A 3-Step Process for Building Effective Lighting Controls Systems

    A lot is asked of a lighting control system. When you flip a switch or adjust a dimmer to achieve a desired effect, there’s a litany of design,...

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    June 17, 2020 by Adam Farragher | 5 minute read | LED Lighting, Energy Efficiency, HVAC/Mechanical

    Watts: Understanding Power Equivalents

    James Watt contributed so many engineering advancements in the late 1700s that we named the “watt” after him: a single unit of power. The Scottish...

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