Michael Kellerman, director of business development for electronic controls and services at Danfoss, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss how Alsense can help food retail businesses save energy and prevent food waste.
Jackson Tiedmann, regional sales engineer for Danfoss HVAC drives, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss condition-based monitoring in HVAC applications.
Jesper Therbo, global director of HVAC and refrigeration at Danfoss, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss how the new DCGuard can protect DC grids by minimizing power losses.
Frank Ford, director of product management at Danfoss Turbocor, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss the newest Turbocor compressor, the VTCA 400.
Jeff Tucker, head of microchannel at Danfoss Turbocor, joins John Sheff, Danfoss’ former director of public and industry affairs, to discuss the latest innovations in heat exchanger technology.
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
Host John Sheff is joined by guest Keith Dunnavant, VP of Data Center Sales at Munters, to discuss data center cooling technology. Their conversation covers the latest advancements in cooling technologies, why efficient cooling is so important to data center operations and cooling trends on the horizon.
Guest bio(s) Sasha Wedekind is a senior research analyst leading Guidehouse Insights’ Building Efficiency and Decarbonization solution. Wedekind specializes in global market analysis and market forecasts for energy efficient building technologies and energy services. Her areas of focus are building decarbonization, energy efficiency, electrification, financed energy services, including EaaS and ESPC, as well as go-to-market
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
Guest Bio Marc Chupka, Vice President of Research and Programs at US Energy Storage Association (ESA), has over 30 years of experience analyzing and advising on the market impacts of both domestic and international energy and environmental policy, including serving as the acting Assistant Secretary of Energy for Policy and International Affairs for the US