Whatever their reasons may be for seeking out certification, NATE offers a bevy of programs and aims to help technicians across the country constantly improve themselves while also providing value to other segments of the industry.
CHP module increases the overall efficiency of the system
September 8, 2016
FlexEnergy Inc. has announced the release of a new integrated exhaust heat recovery module for its GT333S microturbine powered electric generators. The new heat recovery module will allow FlexEnergy to improve its microturbine products with increased efficiency and improved performance.
Emerson Network Power unveils its ‘2016 Cooling the Edge Survey’
September 8, 2016
Emerson Network Power has released results of a new survey that shows IT and data center managers in North America are becoming more focused on how they manage remote network closets and server rooms used in edge computing.
Company will be able to offer a wider product line to serve facilities of all sizes
September 7, 2016
Aegis Energy Services Inc., a leading provider of cogeneration technology, has announced a strategic alliance with Yanmar, a Japanese diesel and natural gas engine manufacturer and cogeneration provider. The Aegis and Yanmar relationship is expected to broaden the reach of combined heat and power (CHP) systems.
Company to help modernize flagship hospital in Memphis
September 6, 2016
Johnson Controls and Methodist Healthcare have signed a $12.9 million technology contract that will play a significant role in helping modernize the healthcare system’s flagship facility, Methodist University Hospital, in Memphis, Tennessee.
It will promote and facilitate mutual cooperation and assistance between the associations
September 5, 2016
The Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) and the Geothermal Exchange Organization (GEO) announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to establish a framework for cooperation in the ongoing development and improvement of the geothermal heating and cooling industry.
Family businesses have long been a mainstay of the industry, and multigenerational companies are proud of their HVACR heritages. And, in spite of the challenges, many contractors have successfully passed the torch to succeeding generations and are now planning for future transitions.