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Tarek Salameh

Tarek Salameh

Tarek Salameh years of experience designing and implementing Demand Side Management (DSM) programs for utilities in the Southwestern and Midwestern USA. Through this work Mr. Salameh has provided technical assistance to utility customers and contractors in the form of energy assessments, audits, and building systems modeling. Mr. Salameh has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northern Arizona University and is a Certified Energy Manager and registered Professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin. To join Mr. Salameh's professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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This author no longer works for DNV GL. Is a geothermal heat pump system right for my building? How much can I save by reducing my lighting levels by 20 percent? Can I achieve Net-Zero-Energy? These are just a few of the questions that may come up ...

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Can energy efficiency programs keep up with data center growth?

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