Host Vic Marinich, global marketing director for air conditioning at Danfoss, is joined by Stanley De Vries of Danfoss to discuss heat pumps and the importance of hydronic balancing to ensure the building realizes full energy efficiency gains of a heat pump.
As the legislative push toward decarbonization continues and federal, state and local governments adopt restrictions on carbon emissions from buildings, the need for heat pumps is growing. With that need comes the demand for technologies that make heat pumps more efficient and effective, particularly in colder climates. What is a heat pump? In simple terms,
Commercial Geothermal Heating Systems and the Inflation Reduction Act | EnVisioneering Exchange podcast ep. 48
Host Vic Marinich, global marketing director for air conditioning at Danfoss, is joined by Paul Selking of Water Furnace to discuss the benefits of using geothermal heating systems in commercial buildings and the opportunities for increased adoption created by the Inflation Reduction Act.
Host Vic Marinich, global marketing director for air conditioning at Danfoss, is joined by Kent Peterson, vice president and COO of P2S, to discuss the importance of recognizing embodied carbon and its role in the decarbonization of buildings.
Sankar Padhmanabhan, global applications expert in air conditioning at Danfoss, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss how variable -speed solutions can improve indoor air quality.
Victor Marinich, global marketing director for A/C at Danfoss, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss the 2023 rooftop regulations and the current innovations in product development.
The recent report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has increased the urgency on decarbonization. With many state and local governments setting limits on fossil fuels and carbon emissions for commercial buildings, the adoption of cleaner energy sources in the coming years will be necessary. Heat pumps, which provide an electric source of
Exploring how the push for decarbonization and electrification can create opportunities for building design transformation
The recently released report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) made it clear that unless we achieve net-zero carbon emissions and reduce additional greenhouse gases over the next decade, we may be facing pronounced environmental changes, including weather extremes and severe weather events. Conversations at both the state and federal level are
Host John Sheff is joined by guests Jenna Cramer and Chris Cieslak of the Green Building Alliance to discuss the Green Building movement. Their conversation covers the GBA’s work to improve energy efficiency and lower carbon emissions in buildings in western Pennsylvania.
Rapid advancements in technology are continuing to alter the way we view the world. Over the past few hundred years we have transitioned through several different industrial revolutions and gone from work performed by steam, water, or horsepower to electrical motors. Looking back half a century, process control primarily focused on variable DC, complicated multi-pole