In June, the two master’s candidates from the defense fund’s Climate Corps fellowship will start work on a number of energy initiatives at the company.
Ingersoll Rand PLC, parent company to a
number of HVAC equipment manufacturers, is hiring two interns from an Environmental
Defense Fund program.
In June, the two master’s candidates
from the defense fund’s Climate Corps fellowship will work on a number of
energy initiatives at the company, including evaluating energy audits and developing
greenhouse gas-reducing programs.
work that the fellows will undertake is critical to our efforts to improve our
energy performance and sustainability,” said Scott Tew, executive director of at
Ingersoll Rand’s Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability. “The Climate
Corps program offers a win-win for students and companies like ours - a unique,
hands-on educational approach that will help us achieve our vision of creating
safe, comfortable and efficient environments.”
Rand’s HVAC brands include American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning, Thermo
King and Trane.