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Items Tagged with 'energy efficiency'
Smartcool Systems Inc. announced that it has received approval for beta testing of its energy efficiency technology with a Florida-based food distribution firm. This test is the next phase in introducing its technology to the refrigerated transport sector.
The Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) has announced four recipients of its 2014 Star of Energy Efficiency Awards: Nest Labs Inc., MGM Resorts International, National Housing Trust, and Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens.
Lime Energy Co., a provider of energy efficiency solutions for small businesses, announced that the company has partnered with National Resource Management Inc. (NRM), a supplier of energy-efficient refrigeration solutions.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T) and NORESCO have entered into a $3.8 million energy savings performance contract for work on the Greensboro, North Carolina, campus.
Coolerado announced that Office Depot Inc., a leading provider of office supplies and services, has selected Coolerado’s line of air conditioners to be part of its stores’ HVAC system design.
TPG Special Situations Partners (TSSP), the credit arm of TPG, and SMi-Enerpro, a division of The SM Group Inc., have announced the launch of a new joint venture to provide financing for the SMi-Enerpro energy efficiency platform.
Promise Energy celebrated the installation of the largest solar water heating system in the city of Norwalk at the grand opening of the Norwalk Tower, an 11-story 185-unit affordable housing retrofit project.
The city of Toronto recently piloted a program that will allow residents in certain designated neighborhoods to get city-financed loans to improve their homes’ energy and water efficiency.
The Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) program, an initiative of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, has approved research projects combining Maryland companies with state university researchers. Two of the projects are HVAC related.
Efforts to promote energy efficiency enjoy overwhelming support among Americans, according to a poll released by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM).