The National Association of Oil & Energy Service Professionals (OESP) is accepting applications for the Dave Nelsen Scholarship program until March 1. This year, OESP, along with industry partners, plans to award at least four $5,000 scholarships.
Bovio Heating and Air Conditioning, an HVAC contractor serving southern New Jersey, announced that the company has earned the 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award. This award is given out on an annual basis to only about 5 percent of companies that are listed on Angie’s List.
The national television program “This Old House” will feature the installation of high-efficiency equipment from Lochinvar on an episode scheduled to air on Thursday, Jan. 10. Both the KNIGHT® boiler and Squire™ indirect water heater are featured on the final episode for the Cambridge House series.
ConstructionConnection.com, an online construction industry networking site, announced that it is helping companies in New York and along the East Coast find qualified workers to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy. Using the site, business owners and contractors can find workers whose specific skill sets meet their needs.
REC Solar, a leader in solar system design and installation, announced the completion of three solar power installations totaling 2 MW of electricity generation at schools across Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Bourne’s Energy has announced the opening of the first local biofuel blending plant in the central Vermont area. Bourne’s Energy was awarded a $45,000 grant through the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund to support the development of an injection blending operation for bioheat and biodiesel.
American Mechanical Inc., a HVAC, plumbing, and electrical contractor, announced that it has become a certified Trane dealer. The company now offers maintenance service, installation, and repair on Trane heating and air conditioning products.
The Catholic University of America (CUA) dedicated the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) panel system in Washington, D.C., featuring more than 2,600 solar panels designed to generate in excess of 830,000 kilowatt-hours of clean electricity per year, including a canopy of 714 panels over more than 70 parking spaces.
Connecticut’s Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA) is lending $1 million for “Campus Efficiency Now,” a new program aimed at advancing energy efficiency and promoting cleaner, cheaper, and more reliable energy for Connecticut’s independent colleges.