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    February 26, 2020 by Crystal Camp | 3 minute read

    A Fist Full of Information

    The Human Brain: A Comparison

    The human brain stores a lot of data. The brain has the potential to store as much as a petabyte of information. A computer with that capacity would weigh 293 lbs...

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    January 13, 2020 by Shawn Henriquez | 5 minute read

    Sleeping with the Fan On: the Case for Fan Refurbishment

    Sleeping with the fan on ensures the movement of air, in your bedroom and on your rooftops. But how do you know the fans in your air handling units (AHU) and rooftop units (RTU) won’t fail...

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    January 9, 2020 by Ross Fairbanks | 2 minute read

    4 Key Insights for Understanding Utility Incentives

    The framework for understanding utility incentives is simple: utilities want commercial/industrial businesses to use energy efficiently and they are willing to subsidize the process, meaning...

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    December 27, 2019 by Caroline Haley | 7 minute read

    Efficiency Gains + Company Growth: 2019 in Review

    Our target markets and office locations both experienced another year of rapid change and an upward trajectory. This 2019 Year in Review post captures primary news updates for the field of energy...

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    November 26, 2019 by Ross Fairbanks | 4 minute read

    The Story of Energy Efficiency

    It all began in 1973. Energy efficiency is widely traced back to exactly this year, when Arab members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries imposed an oil embargo which raised...

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    October 28, 2019 by Rob Golden | 2 minute read

    2 Primary Reasons for Exterior Lighting Upgrades

    Many commercial and industrial organizations have been upgrading their lighting as of late. Ever notice how one night a bright parking lot seems to pop up out of nowhere?  It’s happening all over...

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    October 15, 2019 by Tom Cashman | 4 minute read

    Energy Efficiency Belongs in the Grocery Store

    Director of Project Management for Fairbanks Energy Services, Tom Cashman has offered a strong background in energy efficiency during his 5+ years with the team. Specifically, Tom worked in the...

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