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.
The Solar Expansion Sits Atop a 58,575-Square-Foot Store Extension Completed Last Summer
April 13, 2015
IKEA has officially plugged-in an expanded solar energy array atop its Boston-area store that opened nine years ago in Stoughton, Massachusetts. The 51,516-square-foot solar panel addition consists of a 318-kW system built with 1,248 panels, and will produce 385,900 kWh more electricity annually for the store.
Both Firms Look Forward to Developing New Opportunities, Strengthening Existing Relationships
March 16, 2015
Carrier Commercial Sales has announced that it is now represented by the H. C. Nye Co. for the central Pennsylvania and northeastern Pennsylvania territories. The agreement will allow both companies to enhance their strategic business positions within this region.
McKenney Is a HVAC Specialist Serving the New York and Connecticut Markets
February 23, 2015
Go Green Global Technologies Corp., a water and fuel technology company, has announced that McKenney Mechanical has signed a national distribution contract to market and sell its Sonical™ products to commercial, industrial and municipal customers.
He Brings Nearly Two Decades of Experience in the HVAC and Energy Services Industry
January 5, 2015
Leading Philadelphia-area mechanical construction and energy services firm Burns Mechanical has announced the appointment of Rob Komorowski as senior service account manager. Komorowski brings nearly two decades of experience in the HVAC and energy services industry.
Sullivan County, N.H., Sees Immediate Economic and Environmental Benefits
December 29, 2014
To minimize reliance on fossil fuels and reduce carbon emissions, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, conducted extensive research into biomass fuel technology. After looking at almost two dozen plants, the county purchased a Hurst biomass boiler district heating system with a backpressure steam turbine/generator.
New Distribution Agreement Complements Opening of Ontario, Canada Warehouse Facility in May
December 1, 2014
Aquatherm North America announced that N.H. Yates will serve as the polypropylene pipe company’s primary warehouse for the East Coast. An existing N.H. Yates warehouse located in in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, will stock and distribute Aquatherm pipe and parts throughout the eastern United States.
he Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association (PHCC) of New Jersey, with help from Association of New Jersey Apprenticeship Coordinators (ANJAC) and the U.S. Dept. of Labor, has received approval to run its Plumbing and HVACR eLearning course for apprentices.