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,
Host Vic Marinich, global marketing director for air conditioning at Danfoss, is joined by Ron Domitrovic of EPRI to discuss advances in heat pump technology and what is needed to increase heat pump adoption.
Host Vic Marinich, global marketing director for air conditioning at Danfoss, is joined by Steve Nadel of ACEEE to discuss heat pumps and their role in decarbonization and climate policy.
Our new host, Vic Marinich, global marketing director for air conditioning at Danfoss, is joined by guest Julia Panzer of the Energy Transition Fund to discuss how companies can make an impact on the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and how the public and private sector can work together to move the world toward cleaner fuel sources.
In April 2022, Danfoss announced its ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) goals that will guide the company through 2030. The largest sustainability project in company history began with an assessment and examination of company goals and priorities, resulting in a roadmap and official launch. Recognizing industry and societal trends toward sustainability, Danfoss seeks to build on
John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, discusses heat pump technology and policies and the regulations driving the adoption of heat pumps.
Heat Pumps and Heat Recovery: A Comprehensive Approach to Decarbonization and Electrification | EnVisioneering Exchange podcast ep. 34
Drew Turner, global head of sector integration at Danfoss, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss the latest in heat pump and heat recovery technologies and their role in decarbonization.
Michael Strouboulis, director of business development for digital infrastructure at Danfoss, joins John Sheff, Danfoss director of public and industry affairs, to discuss the latest trends in data centers and data center cooling.
With our ever-increasing reliance on data storage and access to keep businesses running, particularly in critical times, the energy demands on data centers are predicted to grow exponentially in the years ahead. Currently, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, there are three million data centers in the U.S. using, collectively, 73 billion kWh in
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