Air Purchases Inc., an HVACR parts and equipment wholesale-distributor, has teamed up with the New England Chapter of Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA NE) and F.W. Webb to develop “Code Review for HVAC Contractors.”
New Jersey Natural Gas Company, the principal subsidiary of New Jersey Resources Corp., will provide free carbon monoxide (CO) detectors to eligible NJNG low-income customers through the company’s CO Detector Education (CODE) campaign.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) have named the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) as a leader in energy efficiency. As a partner in the Energy Star program, NYSERDA was recognized for its accomplishments at an awards ceremony in Washington.
Bolstered with funding from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative’s (MTC’s) “Solar to Market Initiative,” the Massachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance (Mass Energy) has begun the installation of the first of an anticipated 40-plus solar electricity systems, totaling more than 100 kW, in Boston, Newton, Brookline, and Somerville, Mass.
The Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) has announced that it is ready to offer a new 300-hour HVAC training program to meet the workforce needs of local contractors. BOCES needs a part-time teacher for the program.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology has announced that technicians who handle appliances containing federally regulated refrigerants may take the required certification exams online through the college.
“Why do you need trucks that big?” That’s a question people often ask Ron Gaines, owner of R.L. Gaines & Son Heating & Air Conditioning, Georgetown, KY, about his moving van-sized work vehicles. Gaines does a lot of new construction work and his trucks are large enough so that a crew can load an entire job inside.