Small and medium commercial buildings represent the majority of buildings worldwide
August 22, 2016
Small and medium commercial buildings (SMCBs) — up to 100,000 square feet — have not seen the same penetration of energy-efficiency technologies as larger facilities due to lower expenditures on energy management, lack of customer education, perceived high risk of retrofit financing, and split incentives between the building owner and tenant, noted Navigant Research.
Company will provide cooling and heating systems from Mitsubishi Electric US Inc. Cooling & Heating Division
August 22, 2016
Peirce-Phelps, an HVAC distributor in the U.S. supporting both commercial and residential customers, announced a partnership with Habitat for Humanity® Philadelphia. Peirce-Phelps is providing cooling and heating systems from Mitsubishi Electric US Inc.
Money will enhance the culture of security within DOE’s utility members’ organizations
August 15, 2016
Over the next three years, DOE funding will be used by APPA and NRECA to develop security tools, educational resources, updated guidelines, and training on common strategies that can be used to cultivate an improved cyber and physical security culture.
Website offers deeply discounted tools, equipment, services to HVACR contractors
August 8, 2016
Leveraging group-buying power drawn from EGIA’s membership network of more than 25,000 installation contractors, regional distributors, and product manufacturers, the EGIA Contractor Marketplace enhances its member experience by offering deeply discounted prices on the tools, equipment, third-party business services, and training programs contractors need to effectively run their businesses.
Prizes awarded in random drawing at Mestek Inc.’s worldwide headquarters
August 1, 2016
Customers purchasing a minimum of 100 residential baseboard radiation and/or a minimum of five Beacon Morris Twin-Flo III kickspace heaters were entered to win a multitude of prizes including three grand prizes. The nationwide promotion ran from Oct.15, 2015, through Feb. 15.