Trane Commercial Blog & Industry Updates

4 Opportunities for Building Optimization on a Budget

October 3, 2018 06:30 AM

Delaying building improvements because of budget can ultimately cost more in reduced performance and inefficiency. So don’t wait. Here are four opportunities for building optimization on a budget.

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Power Bill 101: What’s Driving Your Price? Revealing the Secrets of Your Energy Bill.

Diane Coleman, Business Development Representative September 18, 2018 03:30 AM

Electricity bills can be painful. Ask businesses about their operating expenses, and most will say that energy is in their top three. If the utilities in your state are regulated, look to optimize your utility rate schedule.

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U.S. Natural Gas Exports to Mexico at Record Highs

Jude Clemente, Senior Market Analyst - Gas and Power September 11, 2018 09:17 AM

With two new pipelines entering service in June (Nueva Era and El Encinco-Topolobampo), U.S. piped gas to Mexico has been soaring to all-time highs.

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Predictive Building Analytics: The Future of HVAC Automation

Neil Maldeis, Energy Solutions Engineering Leader September 5, 2018 03:45 AM

Would you feel more confident in your building’s performance if technology could predict equipment failures before they happen? In the Internet of Things (IoT) age, this level of insight is possible and is known as predictive analytics.

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The Formula for Energy Supply Management

August 28, 2018 11:30 AM

When customers ask for our help in analyzing their energy bill, we start by building a fundamental understanding of the influencing factors.

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What you need to know about using R-22 in HVAC systems

Steve Kujak, Refrigerants Technology Leader August 21, 2018 03:00 AM

R-22 was the most popular refrigerant used in commercial and residential air conditioning units for many years because it was considered a safe and cost-efficient refrigerant choice by the HVACR industry. But as anyone in the industry knows, R-22 was phased out in the U.S. beginning in 2010 because it is ozone depleting.

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Where is Wind Energy in the U.S. Headed?

Jude Clemente, Senior Market Analyst August 14, 2018 03:30 AM

With natural gas first and solar third, wind has been the second most prolific source of new U.S. power generation capacity over the past 15 years or so.

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Nevada Looks Toward Electricity Deregulation Vote

Trevor Sutherland, Market Analyst August 7, 2018 03:30 AM

Nationally, the trend of power deregulation seems to have largely stabilized. While there are some occasional efforts in states like Ohio or Michigan to re-regulate, these rarely make it past the introduction of a bill or speculation on the part of a utility spokesperson. Similarly, few states seem to be interested in deregulating (or in the case of California and Michigan, further deregulating) their power sector.

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Summer Energy Best Practices

Neil Maldeis, PACT Engineer July 17, 2018 09:06 AM

In the warm summer months, electrical demand goes up, driving prices higher. Meanwhile, HVAC equipment kicks into high gear to keep occupants cool. It’s the annual conundrum as building operators struggle to maintain the balance between cost and comfort. It’s time to take on a few summer energy projects.

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Do the Natural Gas Bulls Have a Chance?

Beau Walker, Energy Supply Services Department Leader July 10, 2018 10:00 AM

Is sub-$3.00 natural gas the new normal? Can the NYMEX prompt-month contract actually make a rally? In short, do the bulls have a chance anymore?

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