The House recently passed HR 6, an energy bill that includes tax incentives, “an energy title” that includes repeal of the Public Utility Holding Company Act (PUHCA), and a provision to drill for oil in the Arctic.
According to the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI), building owners in the United States last year replaced or converted 2,594 comfort cooling chillers that use CFCs, leaving an estimated 38,000 of the units that still rely on CFCs.
According to International Comfort Products (ICP), its training department has launched a 44-foot mobile training center designed to offer HVAC dealers opportunities to learn about the most modern heating and cooling products and installation.
RedVector.com recently unveiled an online course series focusing on toxic mold. According to RedVector.com, the curriculum covers detection, prevention, and guidelines, as well as remediation in schools and public buildings.
The Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES) has made available the seminar titled “Computerized Automation Systems for Residential and Commercial Applications” to its chapters, associations, and organizations that would like to host an RSES International seminar.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has selected Lennox Industries, a subsidiary of Lennox International Inc., as its Energy Star Manufacturer of the Year for its contributions to making and promoting energy-efficient products.