Advanced Systems Conserve Energy, Reduce Costs

Emrich, Anne Bond
May 2005
Grand Rapids Business Journal;5/31/2005, Vol. 23 Issue 22, pB4
Discusses the role of advanced energy systems in the energy conservation and reduction of energy costs. Categories of advanced energy systems; Application of the system by the GMB Architects & Engineers of Holland; Process included in the advanced energy systems.


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