What are the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint?

October 25, 2022

Staying relevant in today’s competitive market can be challenging, especially since there’s more to success than simply meeting traditional business goals. Thriving organizations must now look beyond decades-old drivers to examine their impact on the environment as they begin investing in corporate sustainability efforts. Added pressures from stakeholders, customers, and government regulations require businesses to […]

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Energy Monsters that can take over your healthcare facility

September 28, 2022

Is it October? We need to look at some monsters, but not the goblins and ghouls that come out at this time of year. We’re talking about energy monsters that take over facilities! Heating, ventilation, water heating, cooling and lighting are major energy consumers in healthcare systems, accounting for 29%, 12%, 11%, and 11% of […]

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Happy Hour Event with Valent Air

August 23, 2022

Hosted by Hunton Trane and Valent You are invited to see a Valent unit up close and personal at our Happy Hour event. Come talk to one of our Hunton Trane experts white sipping on a Karbach beer and enjoying delicious appetizers. Valent is the outdoor air experts, with robust designs, and thousands of configurable […]

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Providing Backpacks and School Supplies to Thousands of Students

August 15, 2022

At Hunton, we exist to radically improve the environments in which people live, work, and play, and our local schools are very important to us. Since 2019, The Hunton Group has partnered with HPD to provide backpacks and school supplies to thousands of students across the Greater-Houston area. This year we took it upon ourselves […]

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Getting Your Supermarket to Net Zero: A Decarbonization How-To

July 12, 2022

Everyone’s talking about decarbonization these days, and for good reason. Leaders across the grocery industry are responding to a groundswell of pressure from consumers, investors and regulators (not to mention their own children)—by setting emissions targets. As someone responsible for meeting those corporate goals, you probably have a few questions such as: How can I […]

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Join Us at the 2022 TEMA Conference

April 18, 2022

Event dates: April 26-28, 2022 Waco Convention Center, 100 Washington Ave., Waco, TX 76701, 254-750-5810 Join us at booth 46 for the 2022 TEMA Conference in Waco, TX. We are excited to be a part of these three days of learning sessions, networking opportunities, and Energy-focused exhibits. Be sure to stop by and meet our […]

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Navigating Fundamental Changes in the Energy Landscape

March 31, 2022

Chances are you’ve heard about decarbonization and electrification: two six-syllable words that may sound like a weird new diet. They are in a way – but for fossil fuel consumption, not calories. And engineers and building owners should be paying attention. The march toward a decarbonized future continues across the United States. To date, 19 […]

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Maximizing Restaurant Profits using Remote Connectivity

March 21, 2022

Running a successful restaurant means making a million decisions daily. Ordering, staffing, menu planning, the list can seem never-ending. What if I told you that simple changes to your HVAC system could not only make it easier to operate your building’s energy systems, but could also save money? Automating heating and cooling using remote connectivity […]

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6 Ways to Make HVAC Systems as Green as Can Be

December 6, 2021

Technology and material advancements have been making buildings consistently more sustainable for decades. Some of what’s possible is truly remarkable. There are solutions readily available today that can reduce emissions while paying back building owners with financial benefits.Here are six ways that HVAC systems can make bigger strides to decarbonize right now. 1. Squeeze out […]

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Open Distribution in Building Automation Systems

October 14, 2021

When it comes to building automation systems, not all uses of the term “open system” are equal. When talking about open systems, definitions typically fall into three categories: open distribution, open protocols, and open service. This blog explores open distribution. Definition What does “open distribution” mean? Typically, it refers to the ability to purchase a […]

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