Trane Addresses Facility Performance and Utility Cost Management at the Energy & Environment Expo 2014
Brussels, Belgium, May 22, 2014 – Energy consumption accounts for around half of the lifecycle cost of the average cooling system, offering building owners a great opportunity for optimization and achieving long-term energy and cost savings.
On June 17th – 19 th , 2014 in London, the Energy & Environment Expo will bring together the widest range of professionals responsible for energy and environmental strategies within businesses.
At stand M1630 , Trane , a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand , will provide visitors with a chance to discuss energy savings and performance-oriented strategies for their heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems.
At the Trane booth, facility managers will be able to learn about the Trane Boost cooling system optimization program and experience live demonstrations of the Trane Chiller Plant Analyzer tool (TCPA).
Through a four-step process of the program, Trane provides customers with detailed information about their current installation and suggests an energy efficient solution that meets their key performance targets, payback expectations and existing regulatory compliance. The TCPA tool is used in the program to evaluate the energy-saving solutions for HVAC chilled water systems and illustrate the return on investment.
Visitors will be also able to learn about the Trane Rental Services that provide facilities with reliable temporary cooling solutions for a variety of applications, including emergency and planned situations.
Energy & Environment Expo 2014 Exhibition Details:
Booth Number: M1630
When: June 17 – 19
Where: ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western
E16 1XL, UK
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Energy & Environment Expo
Occupying a unique position as the only energy event to take place in London, Energy & Environment Expo will bring together the widest range of professionals responsible for energy and environmental strategies within businesses. This will include energy managers, environment managers, facilities managers, health, safety & environment managers, building services managers, architects, energy assessors, energy auditors and energy consultants. It is also the only exhibition to have the support of IEMA, the Energy Institute, Carbon Trust & CIWM.. http://www.cvshow.com