KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — Tozour Energy Systems, a provider of HVAC systems and services, came together with other industry experts at the Franklin Institute to discuss the economic, environmental, and design benefits of thermal storage solutions.

Representatives from Trane, CALMAC, and Fellon-McCord were on hand to present key findings from the latest research. Eugene “Smitty” Smithart, director of Trane Systems and Solutions, opened the event with a presentation, which was followed by a case study and panel discussion with representatives from CALMAC, Fellon-McCord, and Tozour Energy Systems. Guests had the chance to meet and network with fellow attendees over refreshments after the panel discussion.

“In an environment where the EPA is tightening regulations on high polluting, peak power generation, thermal storage is a valuable building design strategy to shift electric usage to lower cost, cleaner, off-peak periods,” said Kevin Duffy, Tozour Energy Systems president. “This event was an opportunity for design engineers, contractors, and building owners to learn about Trane’s thermal storage options, from both design and operating perspectives.”

Tozour Energy Systems is the factory authorized Trane equipment, parts, and supplies provider in the Philadelphia and South Jersey areas. For more information, visit

Publication date: 10/12/2015

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