Hunton Trane is collaborating with building owners and managers globally. We’re contributing our expertise in energy-efficient HVAC equipment and system design to help address energy and environmental challenges.
Decarbonization and energy efficiency go hand and hand
Energy efficiency means using less energy to produce the same (or better) results.
Whether you’re working toward a net-zero ESG goal, seeking compliance with local regulations and building codes, or looking for ways to reduce operating expenses, Trane’s energy-efficient HVAC equipment, controls and services can be a part of the solution. A big part.
Trane’s 4 Pillars of Building Decarbonization – Reducing direct and indirect emissions
Simply put, using less energy produces less carbon emissions. Trane is an HVAC equipment manufacturer, building automation and controls provider, and an energy services company. We know there are many ways to help improve any building’s energy intensity and costs.
Attack building inefficiencies from every angle
The envelope of older buildings can be a prime source of efficiency loss. Making improvements to prevent heat from entering or escaping can reduce the cooling or heating load. Looking inside the building, we can assess ways to reduce the use of natural resources such as reducing water consumption or upgrading lighting systems.
Connect and digitize performance management.
Trane’s HVAC equipment uses digital controls, which provide the data to feed building automation systems and intelligent services that optimize energy use.
Prevent efficiency losses
Maintenance keeps your equipment operating at its best. Trane’s factory-trained technicians understand how to maintain equipment and system performance to minimize efficiency losses that correlate to more carbon emissions.
Select equipment with high efficiency ratings
Whether selecting equipment for a new building or retrofitting an existing building, choose our new and existing energy-efficient equipment models to take advantage of the latest in efficiency gains and comply with building codes.