Media tagged with "Energy"
Article | InBuilding Magazine
The term “smart grid” is often used as a generic term when discussing how technology is impacting the creation and use of energy, but it’s somewhat vague. Technology affects energy use in many ways and at many levels, and the phrase “smart grid” is not meaningful to most building owners. However, a related concept, the microgrid, is something that owners and property managers should become familiar with. So what do these terms actually mean? Southland Energy’s Ken Robinson explains.
Tampa Convention Center
Southland Energy will be among technology and project implementation specialists at the Federal Energy Management Program’s Energy Exchange 2017. The event will focus on the challenges and opportunities of energy consumption, sustainability, energy efficiency, and energy security in and across federal agencies.
Southland Energy Booth #413
Energy 2014 is designed to help you do your job better by giving you details on the latest energy-saving strategies and products, opportunities to network with your colleagues to discuss new applications and strategies, and information from the experts on successful case studies and projects.
Over 500 facilities officers, directors and managers throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and the world will convene this July at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, where they will identify and discuss the most current and pressing challenges facing educational facilities, and determine the common path forward.
Article | Contractor Magazine (2014)
Southland Energy, the comprehensive energy services division of Southland Industries, has been selected as Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation’s preferred contractor for all energy services projects executed at the US Army Post at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Under Nolin’s utility energy services contract with Fort Knox, Southland Energy will develop and implement energy improvement projects.
Article | HPAC Engineering (2014)
The United States’ infrastructure for power transmission and distribution is aging and, in many places, has difficulty meeting the demands placed on it. Local utility companies produce power on a large scale at a distance from sources of usage, with as much as 25 percent of the energy lost during delivery. Using the same natural resources, cogeneration plants eliminate those losses...
Washington Convention Center
AEE is very pleased to bring the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) once again to Washington, DC for 2013. Now in its 36th year, the WEEC is is well-recognized as the most important energy event of national and international scope for end users and energy professionals in all areas of the energy field.