Trane Commercial Blog & Industry Updates


Trane's Engineers Newsletter Live! Supporting Distance Learning for Engineers During COVID-19

April 7, 2020 11:21 AM

The ENL series launched back in 1999, providing customers with technical education focused on HVAC system design and control strategies. With many states implementing “Stay at Home” orders, Trane was able to implement a virtual version of this series to accommodate those customers who are working remotely.

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Top Tips For Remote Building Management

March 30, 2020 08:30 AM

As the needs of facilities are rapidly changing during these unprecedented times, Trane wants its customers to know we're here to help.

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Celebrating International Women’s Day, Recognizing Awesome Achievements by Trane Women

March 6, 2020 11:21 AM

International Women’s Day (IWD), celebrated annually on March 8, provides an opportunity for countries around the world to recognize women’s contributions to society and calls for the acceleration of women’s equality. At Trane, we’d like to take the opportunity to celebrate International Women’s Day by highlighting the awesome achievements of a few of our women colleagues.

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Next Generation Lighting Illuminates New Options, Simplifies HVAC Integration

Kandice Cohen February 26, 2020 08:45 AM

Although light-emitting diode (LED) applications have been available for decades, their use in commercial lighting has rapidly grown in recent years. Several factors have driven this rapid growth, including organizations’ increased commitments to energy and operational efficiency.

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AHR Expo 2020: Sustainability is the New Reality

February 14, 2020 08:45 AM

Sustainability is becoming more deeply embedded into every aspect of business and buildings. Looking back at AHR Expo® 2020 last week in Orlando, we’re feeling proud of the way our industry has stepped up to the challenge.

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Energy Storage: Transforming How We Use-- And Pay For-- Energy

Mark MacCracken, VP, CALMAC Portfolio December 13, 2019 08:45 AM

Energy storage may be the technology that fundamentally changes the grid. It’s important to know that buildings have two types of energy loads, electric and thermal, and each one has an optimal storage method.

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The Benefits of Wireless Controls for Connected Buildings

December 10, 2019 09:00 AM

Zero energy building growth has increased by 700 percent since 2012 and revenue from these buildings is expected to reach $1.4 trillion by 2035. Buildings with the greatest flexibility can offer multiple benefits to the grid and to the owners and managers of those buildings.

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Approaching Zero Energy: Unleash your building’s hidden potential

Mark MacCracken, Portfolio Leader, CALMAC® Portfolio, Trane November 21, 2019 08:15 AM

Zero energy building growth has increased by 700 percent since 2012 and revenue from these buildings is expected to reach $1.4 trillion by 2035. Buildings with the greatest flexibility can offer multiple benefits to the grid and to the owners and managers of those buildings.

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Designing an HVAC System When Your Building Occupants are Green

November 15, 2019 08:15 AM

Green plants, such as lettuce, kale, basil, and other crops, are being grown by indoor agriculture producers around the world. Maintaining an optimal environment is just as important when plants are grown indoors as when they are outside.

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Energy Cost Saving Methods for Data Centers

Justin Wieman, Trane Applications Engineer November 4, 2019 08:15 AM

When data centers want to reduce non-IT energy costs, there is no single solution. Many strategies come to mind, and the best one…depends. It depends on utility rate structures, local climate and natural resources, and on the type of IT equipment and how the center is laid out. Experienced HVAC system designers begin with energy efficient base equipment—and then we get creative. Many of the available solutions for reducing energy costs aren’t new, but we’re finding new ways to apply them to reduce the energy intensity of data centers.

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