Tag Archives: energy efficiency

Fatal Crash in Melbourne

Former energy efficiency CEO among four Texans killed Tragedy disrupted a pleasure trip on Tuesday when a chartered plane crashed into an Australian mall, killing all five people on board—including four notable Texans on the “trip of a lifetime.” The men were Russell Munsch, co-founder of a law firm; Glenn Garland, a retired CEO of a Texas-based […]

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Based On Efficiency

Army base camps improving sustainability practices The U.S. Army continued to demonstrate technologies to improve energy efficiency at base camps during an integrated exercise at Fort Devens, Massachusetts, from mid-May through June 17. The exercise at the Base Camp Integration Laboratory, or BCIL, was a part of the Sustainability Logistics Basing — Science Technology Objective Demonstration, or […]

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ABB joins United Nations program to promote energy efficiency

ABB, a Swiss manufacturer of of transformers, electric motors and variable-speed drives, announced at the United Nations Climate Summit in New York yesterday that it is joining the United Nations Environment Programme’s global action on improving appliance and equipment efficiency. The company will provide expertise on energy efficient motors and transformers to help governments devise policies that […]

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Dept. of Energy issues final rule for updating electric motor legislation

WEG Electric along with a coalition of other National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) electric motor manufacturers and energy advocates have been working with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for the past three years in order to provide maximum energy benefits for all users of low voltage motors. The DOE is required by law to review […]

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