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Combined Heat and Power Systems Can Weather the Storm

In the last six years, three severe weather events—Superstorm Sandy and Hurricanes Harvey and Maria—caused widespread damage and left millions of residents without power during and after the storms for a long duration of time. When Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on September 16, 2017, it was the second-largest recorded power outage in the world. But even smaller storms that produced 4 tornadoes in Connectict in May 2018 left many businesses without power for a week.

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Does Your Building Make the Grade?

When it comes to selecting which of the 24,000 New York City restaurants to dine in, many locals have come to rely on the city’s Restaurant Grades system. Derived and maintained by the Health Department, the grading system reflects inspection scores: the lower the score, the lower the grade, which correlates to how the inspector perceived safe food handling, food temperature, personal hygiene and vermin control.

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National Cut Your Energy Costs Day

It makes ‘cents’ that National Cut Your Energy Costs Day occurs in the beginning of the New Year—January 10, to be exact—when resolutions are either being planned or implemented. As a professional, we’d like for you to consider conducting an energy audit. After all, energy efficiency can mean the difference between dollars in your company’s pocket and dollars wasted.

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