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Lighting, HVAC, and plug load integration

The Integrated Controls study team performed a pilot study for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Integrated Lighting Campaign to integrate building systems more efficiently to produce greater cost savings and climate solutions. Continue reading
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Collaboration

Bayview Redevelopment: Net Zero for All

The Bayview Foundation wanted to provide modern, affordable housing for their community to not only lower utility bills and reduce emissions, but also enhance indoor air quality, daylighting, and a connection to nature. With a grant from Madison Gas and Electric, Slipstream helped the team set and reach their sustainability goals. Continue reading
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Powering Wisconsin's Future through Clean Energy Careers

The State of Wisconsin set a goal that all electricity consumed in the state be 100% carbon free by 2050. But how do we get there? Slipstream partnered with Wisconsin’s K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP), WPPI Energy, and Xcel Energy to create educational videos in support of local schools and to encourage young minds to consider career opportunities within the energy sector—especially in the clean energy space. Learn more and watch the full series here.   Continue reading
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Carbon and equity leadership in Chicago

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has appointed Slipstream’s Saranya Gunasingh and Jeannette LeZaks to a Building Decarbonization Working Group. Saranya and Jeannette will share their expertise in equity-focused research and reducing building greenhouse gas emissions to support the City of Chicago’s commitment to the Paris Agreement. Continue reading
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Research

Reimagining HVAC in New Manufactured Housing

Slipstream, partnering with the University of Central Florida–FSEC Energy Research Center and the Washington State University Energy Program, received nearly $1,000,000 from U.S. Department of Energy to reimagine HVAC in new manufactured housing (MH) over three years. Our project team seeks to evaluate, refine, and field test new approaches for delivering space heating and cooling in manufactured homes to improve energy efficiency, durability, and indoor air quality without significantly increasing production and MH siting costs. Continue reading