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2003 | This Focus on Energy report provides in-depth market information on the distributors, manufacturers and designers who supply industrial boilers, compressed air systems, and pump systems to various industries. It examines how equipment moves through the market, and the attitudes, practices...

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2003 | This Focus on Energy report provides an overview of how consumers make decisions about installing renewable energy systems, including motivation, competing options, information sources, barriers, and customer need for the Focus on Energy program. Also provides estimates of installation rates...

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2003 | This report is written for policy analysts who are considering possible design and implementation options to promote water quality trading in Wisconsin. The project was funded by a grant from the EPA Great Lakes National Program Office and was prepared for the Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance....

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2003 | This document reports on a renewable biomass-to-hydrogen energy conversion technology called aqueous phase carbohydrate reforming. It describes the development of a demonstration unit, activities, and materials to train teachers on hydrogen energy.

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2003 | This report presents the results of a study of membrane filtration technologies used to filter Lake Michigan water. The study compiled energy performance data on four membrane technologies and compares the best performing one to UV and ozone disinfection.

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2003 | Literature review surveys various means for reducing energy use in wastewater facilities. Covers electric bill, equipment and processes.

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2003 | This study investigates several research questions related to high performance building practices in the commercial new construction market. One key component of this study was to understand market actors' interest in training on high performance practices and their preferred training...

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2003 | This Focus on Energy report provides in-depth market information on the distributors, manufacturers and designers who supply equipment to the pulp and paper industry and how energy efficiency factors into their activities. It examines how equipment moves through the market, and the attitudes...

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2003 | Field tests and monitoring of 31 new Wisconsin furnaces showed that multi-stage furnaces with electronically commutated blower motors (ECMs) use significantly less electricity than conventional new condensing furnaces, especially when operated in year-round continuous-fan mode.

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2003 | Report examines the effectiveness of various ventilation techniques in two dozen new Wisconsin homes, 18 of which were Wisconsin ENERGY STAR® homes. The study covers bathroom and kitchen fans, central exhaust-only systems, heat recovery ventilators, and incidental ventilation from...

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