Conserving energy in building envelope design

Agriculture in New Jersey is more dependent on farm buildings as part of operations than most other American farming operations. Greenhouses, nurseries, vegetable and fruit producers, and equine farms, all prevalent in New Jersey, make extensive use of enclosed structures for growing and processing their products. Additionally, both of these sectors tend to require significant areas with energy-intensive, tightly-controlled environments. While agricultural buildings are often less energy-intensive than buildings for other uses, significant energy conservation...
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