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Here's your comprehensive, up-to-the-minute source for the very latest developments in applications and strategies for managing energy costs, assuring a secure and affordable energy supply, and achieving optimum overall facility operational performance. More than 100 authorities in the fields of energy engineering and management, CHP and on-site generation, alternative and renewable energy, and facilities security and management have contributed to this truly extensive work. You'll learn about new tools for reducing energy costs in buildings, developing distribution generation strategies, and employing the latest security measures for any type of facility. You'll find a thorough examination of such topics as integrated combined heat and power systems for buildings; high performance buildings for sustainable design; new power quality solutions; new tools for federal energy managers; measurement and verification systems and continuous commissioning; securing facilities for bio-terrorism protection and disaster preparedness; realtime risk management in the energy market; the rapidly approaching market for fuel cell technologies; and much more including detailed case studies.

ISBN: 0-88173-411-X
8½ x 11, 624 pp., Illus., Softcover


1 – High Frequency Metal Halide Ballast
2 – Energy Efficiency of Rotary Dryers in Manufacturing Plants
3 – Energy Information and How to Turn It into Knowledge
4 – Results from the Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) Steam ToolBenchmarking Support Project
5 – The Industrial Partnership of ENERGY STAR®
6 – Is Commissioning Once Enough?
7 – Central Plant Retrofit Considerations
8 – Exhaust Air: Control it and Save Money
9 – Making Buildings Work…A Case Study of an Innovative Cold Air Retrofit
10 – Technology Demonstration: Magnetically- Coupled Adjustable Speed Drive Systems
11 – ADD CHP-Accelerated Development and Deployment of Combined Cooling, Heat and Power at Federal Facilities
12 – Investment Grade Audits…Fact or Fiction
13 – Advanced Tools for Energy Auditing
14 – Air Force Performance Contracting in the US and Overseas
15 – Operations and Maintenance for Federal Buildings: Capturing the Potential
16 – FEMP's O&M Best Practices Guide: A Guide to Achieving Operational Efficiency
17 – Building Continuous Commissioning Guidebook
18 – Software Maintenance: A Must for Energy Management Programs
19 – If Buildings Were Built Like Cars-The Poential for Information and Control Systems Technology in New Buildings
20 – Maximizing Revenue Potential Through Remote Automation Systems
21 – Strategy for Developing 10-Year Energy Management Plans at U.S. Army Forces Command Installations
22 – Real-Time Risk Management in the Energy Market: Goals and Challenges
23 – Army's Sustainable Design and Development Program for Military Facilities
24 – Successful Development and Privatization of Energy Plants Through Enhanced Leasing
25 – Assessment of Non-Electric Cooling Alternatives to Reduce the Electric Demand on New York's Power Grid
26 – Hybrid Plant Expansion: A Case Study at SJSU
27 – Variable Air Volume and Ventilation (VAV2)
28 – The Changing Role of the Energy Manager
29 – Heat Recovery Strategies for Low Temperature Heat Sources
30 – Delivering Energy Efficiency Services to Wisconsin's Industries: Actions, Experiences and Results from the Focus on Energy Program
31 – Energy 101: Ten Ways to Reduce Facility Energy Costs or What to Look at First
32 – Leveraging Power: How to Use Energy Management Systems to Track Power and Negotiate Better Prices
33 – Energy Management Challenges in the Water/Wastewater Industry
34 – Working Overseas on Energy Management Projects: Cultural and Financial Considerations
35 – Achieving Energy Efficiency in Buildings that Utilize Subsidized Electrical Energy
36 – Demand Exchange Trading Floor (Dex): A New Opportunity for End Users and Utilities Under a Regulated Environment
37 – Fitting Flexible Wind Speed Models: A New Approach
38 – Prospective FORSCOM Energy Intensities

39 – Geothermal Heat Pumps – A Case Study of Federal Agencies Leading by Example
40 – Water+® Geothermal Heating and Cooling from Municipal Water

41 – Investment Grade Energy Audit
42 – A Contractor's Real World Performance Contracting Experiences
43 – A Discussion of the Economic Aspects of Implementing Energy Conservation Opportunities
44 – Use of Measurement and Verification Systems for Continuous Commissioning
45 – Using Advanced Metering to Measure and Verify Savings on Energy Projects
46 – Market-Based Energy Procurement
47 – Utility Deregulation: How to Make It Work for You
48 – Measurement and Verification of a Utility's Energy Management Program
49 – The Energy Engineer's Guide to Performance Contracting Opportunities
50 – The Effect of Building Geometry on Energy Use
51 – Performance Contracting: Tips to Get What You Need and and Avoid What You Don't
52 – The City of Calgary Fire Stations

53 – Enabling Distributed Generation and Demand Response with Enterprise Energy Management Systems
54 – Natural Gas Purchasing Strategies: Making Sense of It All
55 – The Rapidly Approaching Market for Fuel Cell Power Generation
56 – Lessons Learned from World's Largest Fuel Cell Installation:Connecticut Juvenile Training School
57 – Steam Turbine Versus Pressure Reducing Valve Operation

58 – Solar Electric Technologies and Applications
59 – Solar Heating for Emergency Diesel Generators
60 – Policies and Incentives for Biomass Power to Become a Real Player in the Competitive Electricity Market
61 – Using Facility Intelligence to Manage Energy Costs at Multiple Sites
62 – Evaluating Building Performance Using Interval Meter Data

63 – Indoor Air & Environmental Quality (IA&EQ): Investigation Introduction (Including Toxic Mould)
64 – Updates on Legislation and Insurance Activity in the Nation for Mould, Asbestos, and Lead
65 – Buildings for a Livable Future
66 – Sustainable and High Performance Building Design, Construction and Operation: An Engineer's Perspective
67 – The High Performance School, Sustainable, Obtainable and Cost-Effective
68 – The Energy Manager's Role in Sustainable Design
69 – Benefit-Cost Analyses of Sustainable Building Features
70 – Fast and Innovative Delivery of High Performance Building: Design-Build Delivers with Less Owner Liability

71 – Reducing the Vulnerabilities of Department of Defense Utilities and Energy Use
72 – Energy Security and Small-Scale Generation: Some Things Never Change
73 – Highly Reliable Electric Power System Design with Probabilistic Risk Assessment
74 – Massachusetts and Energy Security: What One State Is Doing to Enhance Security Through Distributed Generation
75 – Renewable and Distributed Energy as a Security Tactic

76 – Energy Management of Wake County Schools: A Growing Demand
77 – From Tick Tock to the Superhighway to Save Energy Dollars
78 – Power Quality Solutions to Mitigate the Impact of Voltage Sags in Manufacturing Facilities
79 – Powering the Digital Revolution: Electric Power Security, Quality, Reliability, and Availability in the Digital Age
80 – How Enterprise Energy Management Systems Help Maximize Reliability
81 – Building Business Partnerships with Your Electric Utility: A Power Quality Perspective
82 – Energy and Cost Savings Through EMS Optimization
83 – Striving for Cost-Effective Energy Information Solutions: Emerging Web-Based Technologies Provide Hope!
84 – A New Approach to Maintaining Chiller Efficiency
85 – Information Technology Basics for Energy Managers – How a Web-Based Energy Information System Works