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AGCC To Offer Free Seminar

WASHINGTON, DC — A recent study conducted by TA Engineering for the American Gas Cooling Center (AGCC) provides an updated assessment of the market for thermally activated cooling products, with emphasis on the product delivery chain and how the products are being installed, serviced, and maintained.

AGCC will offer a free seminar to present and discuss the findings of the report. The first seminar will be held on November 1, and is for manufacturers, distributors, dealers, and installers only. On November 2, a second seminar will be presented for gas and electric utilities only. Both days will present the same information.

For more information, call 202-824-7141 or 202-824-7093 (fax).

Publication date: 10/08/2001

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