FYI: News Briefs in HVAC - December 30, 2019
For your information news briefs from a wide variety of categories within the HVAC industry. Price increases, mergers and acquisitions, award winners, and more are highlighted here each week.
Amana Heating & Air Conditioning (Waller, Texas) will increase prices up to 6 percent, effective February 1, 2020. The price bump will affect all serialized Amana brand HVAC products.
Aircuity (Newton, Massachusetts) was named a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Qualified Vendor for the Real-Time Energy Management (RTEM) program.
Armstrong Fluid Technology (Toronto, Canada) has been honored by the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA) of Brazil with its New Project of the Year Award.
Johnson Controls International (Milwaukee) named Ganesh Ramaswamy vice president and president, Global Services & Transformation.
The Energy Conservatory (Minneapolis) named Bill Graber its new partner and vice president of sales and marketing.
Infinitum Electric (Austin, Texas) closed a $12.5 million Series B round of financing.
Trane (Davidson, North Carolina) recognized SL Green Realty Corp. (New York) with an Energy Efficiency Leader Award.
AIRSYS Cooling Technologies Inc. (Columbia, South Carolina) announced plans to establish operations in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The company’s more than $5 million investment is projected to create 116 new jobs.
Ecoer (Fairfax, Virginia) named Rick Warner as the vice president and general manager for all sales and operations in the U.S. and Canada as of January 1, 2020.
Russelectric (Hingham, Massachusetts) announced that the DVL Group (Bristol, Pennsylvania) has been named Russelectric manufacturer’s representative for the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Idaho.
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) announced TSP (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) as the winner of its 2019 Propane Project of the Year contest, which honors the best residential and commercial projects being powered
Michael F. Meier
Meier Supply (Conklin, New York) named Michael F. Meier president and CEO of Meier Supply Co.
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