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Goodbye summer, hello fall! While we enjoy all the apple and pumpkin spice goods our hearts desire, we must be prepared for the unpredictable weather. The fluctuating temperatures make it impossible to pull the plug on the air conditioning, or to hold out on the heat for a few more weeks. Fact is, as much as we want to save a pretty penny, office temperature has a direct affect on productivity.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Building / Structural HVAC By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Between gassing up our cars, powering our homes and the products we buy, we consume more energy on a daily basis than we think. Overall, the world's population consumes around 15 terawatts of energy a year. That's comparable to 10 billion 100-watt household lightbulbs being used at the same time!

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Energy HVAC By MadgeTech Marketing Team

In the United States and Europe, government agencies have established regulations for the transportation of animals, including that shipping climates be maintained between 45°F to 85°F. However, there are no such standards in place for travelers in the sky, on the rails, or on the ground.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Building / Structural HVAC By MadgeTech Marketing Team

On October 15, more than 150 countries meeting in Rwanda agreed to phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), gases frequently used in refrigerators, air conditioning units and insulating foams. This measure, aimed at fighting global climate change, has scientists racing to find an energy-efficient, cost-effective alternative.

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Engineers at Stanford University have developed a fabric that helps the human body cool down better than any existing fiber.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Environmental Cloud Software HVAC By MadgeTech Marketing Team

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