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December 19, 2011
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BALTIMORE — Danfoss announced its participation in a series of energy-efficiency makeovers of 10 U.S. embassy residences across Europe. The makeovers are the result of a partnership between the Alliance to Save Energy and the League of Green Embassies, a U.S. Department of State initiative promoting international cooperation in energy efficiency and clean technologies.

“We’re excited to be part of this initiative that exemplifies the type of partnerships and collaboration needed to advance energy efficiency. The Alliance and League of Green Embassies are providing the leadership that is fundamental to creating an energy-efficient economy, and manufacturers have a platform to showcase available technologies — able to be deployed today — to reduce energy and emissions,” commented John Galyen, president of Danfoss North America.

Danfoss will provide its energy-efficient radiator thermostats to the project for installation in each of the residences. The list of participating U.S. embassies to undergo the makeover includes Berlin, Germany; Bern, Switzerland; Bratislava, Slovakia; Lisbon, Portugal Madrid; Paris; Rome; Sofia, Bulgaria; Vienna bilat and IAEA, Austria; and Warsaw, Poland.

For more information, visit www.danfoss.us or www.leagueofgreenembassies.org.

Publication date: 12/19/2011

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