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Archive for the ‘Energy Management’ Category

ROCK HILL, S.C.—HyLite LED Lighting has introduced a new LED tube light as an alternative product to its existing high-performance LED tube lights. This new, normal-brightness LED tube will provide customers a more economical choice in LED retrofit lamps while providing high quality, long lasting illumination.
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SMYRNA, TENN.—Franke Foodservice Systems announce that their variable speed kitchen ventilation control system, called VariVent, has been awarded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2016 Energy Star Emerging Technology Award. As a recipient of the 2016 Energy Star Award, VariVent is recognized as a promising technology that has the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to high standards set by the EPA.
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EVERETT, WASH.—Electric Mirror, a global leader in mirror technology, unveiled the next generation of its patented and energy-savings Keen Technology, which offers improved functionality and is now available at a lower cost. Keen allows hotel end users to individualize their lighted mirror experience by choosing from eight different lighting levels, as well as a night glow mode, which serves as a night light.
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OLDSMAR, FLA.—NovaCharge LLC, a leading provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, announced the general availability of the NovaCharger NC-5000 series of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The NC-5000 series boasts a sophisticated, compact design, and features a customizable front panel enabling businesses to showcase their brand to customers and employees. This level-2 EV charger features a rugged housing and a hardened rubber charging gun making the unit ideal for all weather environments. The NC-5000 line is built for heavy usage, and is available in both wall and pole mount configurations.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Green Seal, a nonprofit certifier of sustainable products and services, launched its new Architectural Insulation Standard (GS-54). It is designed to make it easier for the market to identify green insulation products that work and protect human as well as environmental health. It sets challenging yet achievable requirements that reflect environmental leadership among products currently available or emerging in the United States.
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ODESSA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Odessa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes AspirEnergy to its Green Product & Service Directory in the Energy Services category. AspirEnergy is a full service Energy Services Company that specializes in prescribing and implementing energy efficient and renewable energy solutions to lower operating costs and maximize return on investment. It focuses on return on investment for its clients with the maximization of government and utility incentives while keeping the customer experience at the forefront of its recommendations.
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CHICAGO—Evolve Controls has been selected to provide their integrated solution for guestroom controls for climate, lighting and shading for the Microsoft Connected Room solution. The Connected Room, which brings hotel services such as in-room dining, spa reservations and other hotel experiences into the digital era, is currently being piloted in two guest suites at The Cromwell, Caesars Entertainment’s boutique hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. Microsoft highlighted the Connected Room solution at the Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC) in New Orleans to show how Microsoft technology is helping hospitality companies make digital transformations to improve the guest experience and reduce operational costs.
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ROCK HILL, S.C.—HyLite LED Lighting announced that the Mogul Base (E39) HyLite LED Omni-Cob lamps are now listed on the DLC QPL. At 140 LPW, the HyLite LED Omni-Cob lamp is one of the most efficient LED retrofit solutions, and the new listing on the DLC QPL will allow customers to maximize their return on investment with utility rebates in many markets.
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OAKLAND, CALIF.—MACH Energy, a leading provider of energy and water management software services and solutions, revealed the results of one of the largest national surveys to date of hotel and lodging professionals on energy and water management efforts. The poll reached out to over 5,000 industry professionals, and the responses exposed significant opportunities to expand energy and water efficiency awareness as well as adoption of energy and water management best practices.
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LEXINGTON, KY.—RainMaker Hospitality, a leading hotel management and development company, broke ground recently on a 93-room, four story, TownePlace Suites by Marriott. The property is located in Richmond, Ky., and is scheduled to open during the first quarter of 2017. The extended stay hotel project is adjacent to route I-75, conveniently located directly off exit 87.
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