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Your unique business and operational needs deserve optimized solutions
Our approach provides guided expertise every step of the way
We gather data about your needs, building, equipment, and local regulations and incentives to inform our conversation.
We ask thoughtful questions to fully understand your aspirations, motivations, and constraints.
We use our operational and energy expertise to recommend custom solutions that deliver the outcomes that matter most to you.
We deliver on customized solutions and validate the results, helping you achieve your goals now… and into the future.
We can help you make a plan
Developing tailored strategies to meet your building and business needs doesn’t have to be difficult. Trane experts can deliver customized plans that meet your goals with specific, actionable solutions.
John Schafer, Area Vice President and General Manager – Grand Hyatt
"Sustainability is not only one of our corporate core values, there is a financial component to it as well. The more efficient our systems can be, the more we can save. We couldn’t do it alone and needed a partner.”
Muhummad Baig, Services and Controls Sales Leader – Trane
“It started as a customer relationship, but now it’s almost like a family. We believe in partnership; we continue to work together improving their building results.”
Grand Hyatt has reduced energy use by more than 1,328,335 kWh and CO2 emissions by over 916 metric tons, saving more than $271K in annual operating costs and realizing the benefits of energy rebates of over $600K.
Todd Gray, Assistant Superintendent of Facilities – Science Museum of Minnesota
“Our experience with Trane has been extremely positive from equipment selection and reliability to installation and the support we get now and expect in the future. We have lots of energy needs and Trane has helped us optimize our systems, allowing us to be financially responsible to our donors and our community.”
Mark Platt, Senior Sales Manager – Trane
“The heat recovery system is part of their vision – to create scientific solutions to great problems… We can not only do the right thing environmentally – whether you’re concerned about pollution or greenhouse gases – but at the same time, have it pay for itself.”
The project has reduced the building’s hot water heating bills by 75 percent, resulting in savings of nearly $300,000 a year, for a payback of slightly over three years.
Kyle Thompson, Director of Buildings and Grounds – Mequon-Thiensville School District
“It’s not about equipment and controls, it’s about having the information and knowledge we need to run our building smartly.”
Rick Walker - Trane
“We built our key performance indicators around things that made the environment and classroom better.”
Homestead predicts future energy savings to be more than $40,000 a year. Electrical energy consumption was approximately 10 percent below similar buildings, as benchmarked by the Department of Energy Buildings Performance Database.
It all starts with a conversation. During this consultation, your Trane advisor listens—not just to listen, but to understand. This allows them to solve for what you truly need. Combining tailored energy services with an advisory process that evolves as your needs do, our experienced energy experts make it easy to realize sustainable outcomes that transform how you engage with energy.
Our experts at Trane proactively manage your HVAC systems anytime, anywhere. By connecting building and machine data to deliver the knowledge and power you need for the results you want, our Wayform approach and knowledgeable people pinpoint your pathway to creating buildings that are reliable, comfortable and energy efficient.
Sustainable practices have become a key part of the planning process when it comes to assessing building assets today. Over one-fifth of the world’s 2,000 largest public companies have net zero commitments according to the report “Taking Stock: A global assessment of net zero targets.” These companies together represent annual sales of nearly $14 trillion. While we once strived for net zero, is that enough or can we push ourselves to go further and achieve net positive?
Many of our higher education, municipal and government customers need help navigating ESSER and other funding to complete much needed upgrades. They have always had deferred maintenance on their building operations but have not had enough funding to address it. When it comes to using that funding, it looks different for each customer. Ultimately, they are facing a lot of infrastructure challenges. This includes rising rates on the energy side and the need to keep up with technology.