Air conditioning manufacturer Trane has become a business partner with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI).
Air conditioning manufacturer Trane has become a business partner with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI). The aim of the CCI is to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions in 40 of the world's largest and most progressive cities; Trane will work with CCI and its partner cities under the joint agreement.
As a partner in the programme the firm will be committed to providing self-funded energy upgrades that deliver significant energy and operating cost reductions. A Trane energy upgrade will involve a comprehensive approach to building energy use including heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting and renewables that can generate energy savings of 10-50%.
The firm has carried out a number of seminars over the past month to promote the concept of energy efficiency. These include an event in Kuwait which, in line with the Environmental Public Authority of Kuwait (EPA), focussed on how to increase user-comfort in buildings, while reducing energy use and operating costs.