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Gratitude Starts by Seeing.

[fa icon='calendar'] Nov 23, 2017 8:47:00 AM / by Dan Lunt posted in Customers, Gratitude

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As I was growing up, my parents always emphasized that we see in life what we train our sights upon. If we train our sights upon insults, negativity, injustices, or just ugliness in general, those things will dominate our thoughts and our lives. If, on the other hand, we train our sights on positive accomplishments, and on the good and the beautiful things that surround us, those things will dominate.

 

Earl Nightingale once famously said, "we become what we think about most of the time." His statement takes my parent's idea one step further by suggesting that what we train our sights upon tends to come back to us. It helps make

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Kick-starting your motor management plan

[fa icon='calendar'] Nov 15, 2017 2:00:00 PM / by Clayton Erekson posted in Energy Analytics, energy management, Motors

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Today we finish our partner spotlight on Motors At Work with another blog post by Nicole Dyess from our Partner at Motors At Work.

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To Our Veterans: A Heart Felt Thank You!

[fa icon='calendar'] Nov 11, 2017 7:05:00 AM / by Dan Lunt posted in Liberty & Justice, Tribute, US Policy, Peace

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I hate to give up my age but I was a teenager during the Vietnam war era. My draft lottery number was 51. I would have been required to report for service but I had just started college and got a deferment. As things turned out, the war ended before my deferments ran out and I dodged the bullet, so to speak. But I had and lost a number of friends who served in Vietnam. Those who made it home were often wounded and almost always scarred in some way. At that time, I was too young and immature to fully recognize how much they sacrificed for the rest of us, but not so much that I couldn’t recognize the travesty of a nation that disrespected its veterans.

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Energy Management Can Help Your Building Be Resilient.

[fa icon='calendar'] Nov 10, 2017 2:55:55 PM / by Scott Burrows posted in Measurement & Verification, Metering, Predictive Maintenance

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How can energy management make your building more resilient? What do we mean by building resiliency? Building resiliency is the idea that your building can survive the environment, and sustainability is the idea that the environment can survive your building. It is quite a harmonious idea, based around the concepts of balance and being smart about your consumption and construction practices. There are a lot of facets to this concept, but I am going to address a few of the ways metering, and understanding data can help you achieve this ideal.

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The Declining Costs of Sensors.

[fa icon='calendar'] Nov 9, 2017 2:48:10 PM / by Clayton Erekson posted in videos, webinar

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Did you miss my free webinar about the Declining Costs of Sensors? No worries, below is the recorded video.

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Partner Case Study: M@W & Des Moines

[fa icon='calendar'] Nov 7, 2017 10:00:00 AM / by Clayton Erekson posted in Energy Analytics, Case Studies, Energy Savings, Motors

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Since 1990, 175 thousand people have moved to Des Moines, Iowa, increasing its population by 40%.

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Advantages of Energy-based condition monitoring

[fa icon='calendar'] Nov 1, 2017 8:00:00 AM / by Clayton Erekson posted in Metering, energy management, Motors

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Free CHP Checklist

[fa icon='calendar'] Oct 23, 2017 2:00:00 PM / by Clayton Erekson posted in CHP, Microturbine

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Are you interested in getting started with CHP? Download the CHP Checklist to make sure you have all of the information you need to properly size a CHP system.

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Reduce Dependence on the Grid by Enhancing Solar with CoGen.

[fa icon='calendar'] Oct 13, 2017 9:34:57 AM / by Dan Lunt posted in Solar, Alternative Power, Power Generation, Natural Gas, Energy Leadership, CHP, Microturbine

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Companies need Redundancy & Steady Power

[fa icon='calendar'] Sep 20, 2017 2:10:00 PM / by Scott Burrows posted in Energy Consumption, CHP

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When you think of cleaner energy, do you immediately think solar, or wind power? That is to be expected, due to the recent clean energy boom in modern society, and how reliant it is on solar and wind. But have you ever wondered if more options exist? Horizon Power Systems have some answers, and have implemented these answers in various locations.

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