Trane Commercial Blog & Industry Updates

Introducing … the New IntelliPak® Rooftop System with Symbio™ 800 Connected Controls

Charles Abbinanti, Product Manager for Large Commercial Rooftop Equipment & Daniel Bliley, Marketing Manager for Unitary Equipment April 12, 2018 08:30 AM

We talked to Charles Abbinanti, Product Manager for Trane® large commercial rooftop equipment, to ask him what’s in store for the latest product release, coming in May. What’s new? What’s improved? And how Is Intellipak maximizing outcomes for our customers? Read on.

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The $13 Billion A Year Mystery: An In-Depth Understanding of PJM’s Demand Charges

Evan Berger, Director of Energy Solutions April 3, 2018 09:00 AM

PJM Interconnection, the Regional Transmission Organization that serves over 65 million people in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest, is one of the most poorly understood entities in the U.S.’s electric landscape. PJM is the grid operator in 13 states plus Washington, DC, controlling and optimizing the flow of power through 82,000 miles of transmission lines spanning Pennsylvania, New Jersey, the Washington Beltway, and much of the Midwest.

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Sound Study: Does HVAC Equipment Support Learning Environments?

Stephen Lind, Acoustics Engineer & Maria Rakova, Marketing Leader March 27, 2018 10:00 AM

In the average school day, children spend 75 percent of their time listening. They listen to their teacher, they listen to each other, they listen to presentations and videos and readings — they listen to learn.

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What’s up with Texas Power? (Other than the Cost)

Trevor Sutherland March 19, 2018 02:45 PM

Summer power is always more expensive in Texas. This is not surprising as ERCOT, the corporation that runs the power grid for most of the state, has eschewed a capacity market and instead allows price spikes to compensate occasional generation.

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Northeast Gas Pipeline Shortages Impact Pricing And Clean Energy Goals

Jude Clemente March 7, 2018 08:30 AM

Despite not producing any themselves, the six states in New England have surged their reliance on natural gas-fired electricity generation. ISO New England now receives approximately 50% of its power generation from natural gas, versus 10-15% a decade ago.

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