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Author(s):Staples, Andrew
Author Affiliation:President, Golf Resource Group Incorporated, Phoenix, Arizona
Title:Energy planning, upgrades and the future: Energy use and costs will be changing for every business, including golf, and superintendents must be prepared
Article Series:Golf course energy use, part 3
Section:Research
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Source:Golf Course Management. Vol. 77, No. 9, September 2009, p. 94-96, 98-100.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Lawrence, Kansas: Golf Course Superintendents Association of America
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Costs; Energy conservation; Energy usage; Golf course superintendents; Metering; Planning
Abstract/Contents:Suggests that "understanding a course's energy use and how to reduce these costs has been shown to stabilize operating expenses and even bolster profits." Describes potential methods of reducing energy costs on the golf course, including smart metering; the cap-and-trade philosophy; and renewable energy. Explains that an "advantage to smart metering is that customers will know exactly how much energy is being consumed at any particular time of the day." Concludes that "everyone's aim should be to reduce energy and water use and maximize operational costs to increase a course's profitability, and reinvest these savings into the overall facility."
Language:English
References:2
See Also:See also part 1 "Energy generation and delivery: What are you doing to not participate in this recession?" Golf Course Management, 77(6) June 2009, p. 96-98, 100, 102, R=148946. R=148946

See also part 2 "Pump stations: Pump stations and water use can be managed to decrease energy costs on golf courses" Golf Course Management, 77(7) July 2009, p. 94, 96, 98, 100-102, R=151950. R=151950
Note:Includes sidebars "Implementing an energy management plan", p. 98 and "Online resources", p. 99
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Staples, A. 2009. Energy planning, upgrades and the future: Energy use and costs will be changing for every business, including golf, and superintendents must be prepared. Golf Course Manage. 77(9):p. 94-96, 98-100.
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