New Mexico is home to two Department of Energy-funded laboratories: Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories. The Air force Research Laboratory (AFRL), New Mexico Tech, and New Mexico State University also conduct research in many fields of energy. The Energy, Climate, and Infrastructure Security (ECIS) Strategic Management Unit (SMU) is at the forefront of research into energy alternatives that will help the nation reduce its dependence on oil and coal and to combat the effects of climate change. Sandia’s long history with geothermal, solar, and wind research has seen a vast increase in effort and intensity over a decade.
The City of Santa Fe is 46 square miles with a population of nearly 70,000. Santa Fe is working to reduce energy demand, promote clean renewable energy, and improve the efficiency of city facilities and operations. The City of Santa Fe’s main goal is for a blended reduction in energy use of 20 percent by 2020 at all of its buildings. The City further commits to work with the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce to identify private sector businesses owners who are willing to commit to similar reduction goals. Specifically, the City is committed to the following improvements at its facilities: the installation of renewable energy, upgrading HVAC equipment, installing high efficiency boilers, and upgrading building structures which will include walls, floors, doors and roofs.
Santa Fe, SAVE THE DATE! Perma-Liner Industries cordially invites you to the annual WWETT show! The Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment &Transport Show is happening on February 17th– 20th at the Indiana Convention Center.
100 South Capitol Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46225 U.S.A.
This is the largest annual trade show of its kind, the WWETT Show attracts some 14,000 environmental service professionals and exhibitor personnel from 53 countries. Register now and SAVE.