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Navigant: Global energy efficient HVAC systems revenue will total $33 billion by 2020
Contracting Business
Energy consumption by HVAC systems accounts for roughly 40 percent of total building energy consumption, and in turn, buildings account for 35 to 40 percent of total worldwide energy consumption. Thus, HVAC energy consumption in commercial buildings is a key contributor to total global energy consumption. Driven by tightening energy efficiency regulations and by demand for higher-efficiency buildings, the technology for efficient HVAC systems is advancing. According to a new report from Navigant Research, annual revenue from energy efficient HVAC systems will grow from $17.2 billion in 2013 to $33.2 billion by 2020.
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ASHRAE 62.1: A review of key requirements and concepts
Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is probably the most commonly discussed aspect of building indoor environmental quality (IEQ). IAQ has direct effects on our health as well as the perception of an acceptable indoor environment. In the United States, ASHRAE Standard 62.1: Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality is the most commonly referenced standard to quantify acceptable conditions and appropriate HVAC system design. ASHRAE Standard 62.1 either forms the basis for most mechanical codes or is directly referenced by the codes themselves.
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Heating fuel mandate could drive biodiesel growth
Accesswire via COMTEX via MarketWatch
Biodiesel has seen its share of controversy and volatility over the past couple years, with government mandates stirring public concern and the RIN crisis throwing prices for a loop. But, it's becoming increasingly clear that biodiesel is an industry that's both rapidly growing and here to stay, especially as it moves into the heating fuel industry.
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  Bugs in my Fuel!
Sid Harvey’s introduces a new single use application size Biobor JF biocide, one of the most effective fuel oil treatments on the market today. The 16 ounce bottle of Biobor JF will treat up to 1,280 gallons while the newly introduced 4 ounce bottle serves as a shock treatment for a 275 gallon tank. Biobor is used by all branches of the military and is proven to be a remedy for tanks contaminated with Hydrocarbon Utilizing Microorganisms (HUM-Bugs). Biobor JF is available at all Sid Harvey branches. www.sidharvey.com
 


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Not too late to sign up
OESP
It's not too late to sign up for two great classes coming July 29 and 30 to the ICPA School in Crowell, Conn.

July 29, Ralph Adams and Tim Begoske, Director of Training for Field Controls are teaming up to deliver another workshop tied with our Home Comfort Specialist Academy — Sell More Products and Higher Efficiency Equipment.

July 30, Dan Holohan is going to work with our trainers — yes, many trainers need to get recharged on a regular basis, too. With this workshop, Learning for Trainers, attendees will learn techniques about how to improve their presentations; whether you are a professional trainer, train your guys on a semi-regular basis, it doesn't matter. With Dan, you get a fresh approach and humor.

You can read more about these workshops by visiting our home page www.thinkoesp.org. Towards the bottom you will find outlines. Each workshop costs $99 and you can register and pay online.

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The true spirit of Oil Heat Cares
OESP
This past weekend, the New York City Chapter, spearheaded by Angel Gonzalez, took on a project that benefits Christ Presbyterian by the Sea. This community, which overlooks the water, was a victim of Sandy. There are some great photos from the weekend .

Because this was such a major job, OHC wasn't able to pay for everything. So these guys didn’t just install the new equipment; they sourced everything for deep discounts and even for free!

The NYC Chapter was supported by members of other chapters, including the Long Island Oil Heating and Cooling Chapter and Fairfield County.

There will be a complete wrap-up of this project shortly and everyone will be properly recognized. But for now, thank you to everyone involved.

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Oilheat Retreat: Register today
OESP
Join us on Long Island for our 8th Annual Oilheat Retreat. If you have never been on Long Island, you will enjoy the area where we will explore. It is a perfect time to getaway, relax and learn something new.

Your inclusive daily rate includes everything and you do not have to be a director to attend this function; it is open to all.

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  PRODUCT SHOWCASES
Carlin Upgrades Primary Controls


Following the launch of the Universal Replacement ProMaxx 70200 Primary in 2012, Carlin is pleased to introduce the Series E line of primaries. With an improved look, retrofit terminals, LED lights, pump prime and better protection against water, these revised models are direct replacements for Carlin’s 40230, 48245, 50200, and 60200.
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Cost of heating oil remains level in Maine
The Associated Press via NECN
Energy officials in Maine report the cost of heating oil in the state remain relatively unchanged. The Governor's Energy Office said the statewide average price of oil is $3.36 per gallon, matching last week's cost and 2 cents cheaper than two weeks ago.
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IEA: Oil demand pushed up by emerging markets
Sky News
Emerging economies will become the main force in the global oil market next year and push demand to a record high level, according to new data. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has also raised its demand forecast this year because of unseasonably cold weather globally. The IEA now estimates that in 2014 emerging economies will drive demand to a record 92 million barrels per day. The agency said improving prospects for global economic growth would pull demand, despite increasing efficiency in energy use in advanced countries.
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White paper highlights economic benefits of biomass thermal bill
Biomass Magazine
A recent white paper published by FutureMetrics investigates the positive economic impacts of the Biomass Thermal Utilization Act of 2013, which was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives in May. The bill aims to provide incentives to install residential, commercial and industrial biomass heating systems by altering Section 25 D of the Internal Revenue Code to provide a 30 percent investment tax credit to qualifying residential heating systems.

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New ways of producing and using greener energy
EarthTechling
U.S. energy researchers have devised a new way to save billions: tailor the air-conditioning to the needs of the people in the room. Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the state of Washington have calculated that they could boost energy efficiency by 18 percent simply by customizing air movement according to whether the room is empty or full.

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Ductless air conditioners
Angie's List via WALA-TV
A ductless system works very traditional to your heating and cooling system without ductwork. For situations where you may not have ductwork or if running duct work is very difficult, these are ideal systems. They are often used to replace window air conditioners and can be found in home additions and to improve comfort in poorly cooled rooms.

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Resetting the appointment
Contracting Business
What would you do if your prospect blew you off two times in a row or even just one time? Is there a protocol or some recommended course of action? Is there some sure-fire way of getting the prospect to repent and meet with you? What would you do? Get angry? Get even? Write them off?
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5 lead management tips for small business
Small Business Computing
Most small business owners understand how important it is to invest in online lead generation, and they use a range of tactics including search advertising, email marketing, retargeting and more. But according to research commissioned by InsideSales, 55 percent of companies don't respond to new sales leads at all.
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A taxing debate over heating oil tax
The Morning Call
Steve Sweigart hates all of the taxes he has to pay. So he sure wasn't going to pay sales tax on something that's not taxable, like heating oil for his home. "I pay enough taxes," said Sweigart, of South Whitehall Township, Pa., who recently was locked in a dispute with a Berks County fuel oil company about whether an oil delivery this year was taxable. The state tax code says it isn't, if it's bought for personal residential use.
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