Facilities management: electronically commutated technology

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27 September 2012 Helen McHugh looks at how electronically commutated technology can be used to reduce hidden energy consumption, leading to lower bills and lower carbon emissions Energy management is an issue that we must all consider as part of our daily working lives. The more...

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