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View Resource Evaporative Cooling Guidelines Manual for New Mexico Schools and Commercial Buildings

This Field Guide is intended as a tool and reference manual which can help facility owners to train their maintenance personnel on how to keep evaporative cooling units and their piping and duct...
View Resource New Mexico Wind Plant Site Screening Model User's Manual

The purpose of the New Mexico Wind Plant Site Screening Model is to provide a means to economically screen potential sites for wind plant development in the State. The model requires a minimum number...
View Resource How-To Guide to LEED Certification for New Mexico Buildings

The New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department Clean Energy Grant Award program is intended to help provide support and funding for development projects that advance energy...
View Resource Features of Energy Star Qualified New Homes: Energy Star

For Energy Star certification. Six areas for Energy Star certification of new homes. To earn the ENERGY STAR, a home must meet guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental...
View Resource Challenge Toolkit

Use the Challenge Toolkit communications materials to learn about energy efficiency, find creative ways to communicate your commitment to energy efficiency, grow your participation with ENERGY STAR,...
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