Teletrol Systems Inc., a leader in building automation technology, has announced the expansion of its national business partnerships with the addition of Duke Power to its list of Teletrol Authorized Systems Integrators.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that the New Hampshire Fire Prevention Commission and the State Fire Marshal's Office have announced the adoption of the latest editions of NFPA 1, Fire Prevention Code™, and NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®, including all reference documents.
At the New Jersey State League of Municipalities’ 87th Annual Conference, representatives from the New Jersey SmartStart Buildings Program provided the state’s municipal officials with information on how to cut energy costs while being more environmentally friendly.
According to Spectronics Corporation, Westbury, NY, its patented Spectroline® Glo-Stick® dye capsules are a mess-free tool for adding fluorescent leak detection dye to air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
Syracuse University and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) have partnered on a $1.8 million dollar project to improve energy efficiency at the campus. NYSERDA is providing $522,320 for the installation of a new chiller, which will provide cooling and reduce annual energy costs by nearly $150,000.
G. R. Sponaugle & Sons Inc., Harrisburg, PA, has announced that, due to continued and rapid growth in the various sectors that it serves, it plans to relocate to larger facilities, basically doubling its operating space.
With 150 customers attending its 6th annual engineering conference, heating and air conditioning distributor Standard Air & Lite, of Pittsburgh, PA, didn’t bother bringing any commercial equipment to show. Instead, according to Ed Szpara, P.E., the distributor’s manager of systems and engineering, Carrier Corporation’s new Mobile Innovation Center — an 18-wheeled, self-contained, traveling exhibition trailer — rolled into town for the September conference.
The New Hampshire Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services (ECS) has received a $125,000 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant to expand and continue two programs designed to help make public buildings more energy efficient.