HVAC contractor found a family in potentially life threatening danger while conducting routine service
February 15, 2016
On Jan. 12, 2016, Paul McElwee, a CroppMetcalfe HVAC technician, visited a home in Maryland on a no-heat service call. Shortly after entering the home, McElwee identified the problem as a cracked heat exchanger. The cracked heat exchanger was leaking dangerous levels of carbon monoxide (CO) into the home.
UGI Heating, Cooling & Plumbing has announced a new round of hiring for new positions at the company. UGI said each new opportunity offers training for qualified candidates and comes with many opportunities for advancement.
Natural gas-powered chillers provide cost-effective HVAC system
January 4, 2016
Tecogen® Inc. has announced the sale of multiple replacement TECOCHILL® natural gas-powered chillers to longtime customer Newport East. Worth over half a million dollars, the new contract includes replacement of the original units along with a renewed long-term service agreement for complete ongoing equipment maintenance.
The New York Oil Heating Association (NYOHA) is helping a teacher in the Bronx, New York, use clean-burning Bioheat® fuel as a teaching tool in HVAC training. Peter Gonzalez is teaching the science of Bioheat fuel — as well as math, chemistry, and English — to Bronx Design and Construction Academy juniors this fall.
BGE HOME and Constellation Home team with United Way chapters to aid local families
November 16, 2015
This holiday season, four families in need will receive a new high-efficiency HVAC system thanks to the “A Gift of Warmth” program sponsored by BGE HOME, Constellation Home, and United Way of Central Maryland, United Way of Frederick County, and United Way of York County.
Trane, CALMAC, and Fellon-McCord join Tozour in examining best chilling practices
October 12, 2015
Tozour Energy Systems, a provider of HVAC systems and services, came together with other industry experts at the Franklin Institute to discuss the economic, environmental, and design benefits of thermal storage solutions.
The grants provide funding for projects that include HVAC and boiler upgrades
August 3, 2015
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is inviting manufacturers, retailers, service providers, agricultural businesses, and other small businesses to apply for a Small Business Advantage Grant to finance energy efficiency and pollution prevention projects.
Move reflects its refocus on small and mid-sized business energy efficiency programs
July 13, 2015
Lime Energy Co., a provider of energy efficiency services to utilities and their commercial customers, announced that it is moving its corporate headquarters from Huntersville, North Carolina, to Newark, New Jersey.
Eligible projects include high-efficiency HVAC and insulation upgrades
June 8, 2015
Gov. Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania announced that nearly 140 businesses across the state will soon install energy-efficiency or pollution-prevention projects using Small Business Advantage Grants provided by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). This year, DEP awarded more than $980,000 to 139 small businesses.