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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Insight from an expert: IEQ and back to school

July 29, 2021

Q. What are your key observations about IEQ & schools in 2020/2021? A. I think many schools realized that their systems, particularly mechanical and HVAC systems, were not capable of handling the CDC- and ASHRAE-recommended modifications during the pandemic, such as increasing outdoor air. Especially in the Northeast, systems are not built to handle 100 […]

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Trane Quarterly Innovation Release

July 6, 2021

QUARTERLY INNOVATION RELEASE – Q2 New Trane Offerings Help Cut Energy Costs, Increase Sustainability and Optimize Building IEQ Davidson, N.C., June 28, 2021 – Trane® – by Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT), a global climate innovator – is launching new offerings to help customers meet energy efficiency, sustainability and indoor air quality goals as part of its Wellsphere™ holistic approach to indoor […]

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Creating Comfort Through Humidity Control

July 1, 2021

Life is slowly returning to normal, as more and more people are coming together in their favorite eating places. For restaurant owners and facility managers this uptick in indoor dining is a good sign after taking a $240 billion hit from pandemic shutdowns1. For many, recovery will take years. But that recovery is happening, which […]

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Making the invisible visible: The science of improving indoor air quality.

June 23, 2021

As we begin to transition into a post-pandemic world, indoor air quality (IAQ) continues to be a central focus for us, our customers and the world. While people collectively consider how and when to safely return to buildings, addressing airborne health risks in indoor spaces is a top priority. Out of sight, but on everyone’s […]

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ESSER Funds: What are they and how can you use them for facility improvements?

June 8, 2021

At Hunton, we can help school leaders and administrators create a plan to submit to the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to use Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds to make facility improvements, safeguard learning environments, and keep schools open and safe for the kids in our communities. With public concern about reopening schools, […]

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