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This Week From Trane: Week of September 19, 2022

September 23, 2022

With decarbonization, electrification, energy efficiency, and other ever-changing hot topics being discussed, where can you go for reliable info relevant to your world? Turn to Trane thought leaders who go behind the curtain each week with new blogs sharing industry insights, innovations, and inspiration on optimizing indoor environments across an array of markets we serve. 



Trane Helps District Undertake Nationally Recognized Energy Saving Lighting Upgrades

A lighting upgrade recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE) is expected to reduce energy use by more than 60 percent for the Holt Public School district, which serves more than 5,000 students in nine buildings in central Michigan. Read the project highlight and discover how Trane partnered with the school district to help make this happen.

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Insights from a BTU Crew Parent

Dana Cheney, who has had two children who have participated in the Trane BTU Crew at Beloit Jr. High School in Beloit, Kansas, shares her perspective on how the program has impacted them. The BTU Crew, a science, technology, engineering and math program (STEM) transforms schools into Virtual Living, Learning Labs (VL3) – engaging students and teachers alike.

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You Can’t Afford to Have Your Building Call in Sick

When it comes to optimizing the indoor air quality (IAQ) of your building, there is more to address than simply reducing the possibility of potential virus exposure for occupants. Factors such as bacteria, mold, fungi and volatile organic compounds pose a potential risk to IAQ. Hear from Chris Hsieh, Applications Engineer for Trane, about why you can't afford to have your building call in sick.

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