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A nation that can't control its energy sources can't control its future. Barack Obama
  • Controlling humidity can be expensive in energy terms, yet it is essential for the control of fungal disease and to ensure active plant growth. Humidity control also needs to be carefully targeted so as not to negate the energy savings from measures such as temperature integration (TI) and thermal screens.
  • Reducing minimum pipe temperature settings is a good way to save energy. However, this must be done alongside well considered ventilation settings to ensure that heating requirements are minimised.