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Articles Tagged with ''energy management''
It’s time again for the annual Residential Heating Showcase. The intent is to help contractors prepare for this busy period by doing the research that will help them distinguish between brands.
A recent state-of-the-industry panel session focused on the cost-effectiveness and energy efficiency of natural refrigerants when compared to the much more common f-gases.
To help meet the growing demand for qualified HVACR technicians, Gateway Technical College and Trane recently unveiled six Energy Systems Training Labs.
While the Shaheen-Portman bill enjoys bipartisan support in both the House and the Senate, its passage is not a certainty as Senate leadership works out the amendment process.
On the horizon are the so-called natural refrigerants. Measurements in real-world applications are continually pouring in, offering more evidence of the potential impact — or lack thereof — that these so-called natural refrigerants possess.
In restaurants, those large, walk-in refrigerators and freezers need to be energy efficient to help maintain sometimes thin profit margins. And they need to run quietly so as not to disturb customers who may find themselves seated close to the kitchen.