• Carrier Corp. (Farmington, CT) has launched its second ComfortChoice demand-side management pilot program with Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P). As part of the program, CL&P will install Carrier ComfortChoice energy management systems in 50 Connecticut households equipped with electric heat pumps.
  • Emerson Motor Technologies (St. Louis, MO) has become a sponsor of the “Motor Decisions Matter” campaign, which encourages sound motor management and the use of NEMA Premium™ motors. For more information on the campaign, visit www.motorsmatter.org (website).
  • Wolverine Tube, Inc. (Huntsville, AL), has announced the discontinuance of its Wolverine Ratcliffs, Inc., joint venture located in Fergus, ON, Canada.
  • Airmaster (Jackson, MI) is consolidating its marketing groups. Chelsea, Brundage, and Power Line have merged with Airmaster to form one company, the new Airmaster Fan Company.

    Publication date: 03/04/2002