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.
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.
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 Ted Wilke, Vice President at SPOC Automation, to discuss manufacturing automation in the US. Their conversation covers how automation can enable innovation, facilitate better efficiency, and allow the US to compete with overseas factories.
John Masters, Industry Affairs Advisor for Danfoss Drives and the former Vice President of Sales, Water Division at Danfoss, joins host John Sheff for episode 16 of the EnVisioneering Exchange podcast. The two Industry Affairs experts have a comprehensive conversation about water infrastructure and the outsized role you may not realize it plays in maintaining our daily lives―what it is, what challenges current infrastructures face, how it can be improved, and what the future of water infrastructure may look like.
A recent report from Navigant shows that just from implementing existing technology solutions for electrification of transport, energy efficient heating and cooling of buildings and sector integration – urban areas can bridge half of the gap needed to reach the 1.5°C Paris Agreement target in urban areas
Over the next 30 years or so, the world’s population is expected to skyrocket from about 7.6 billion today to more than 9 billion — and a resounding 70% of people, the UN estimates, will live in cities. This begs the questions: How will we prepare our infrastructure to accommodate such a shift? And, how
As countries develop, their buildings improve in life quality performance and decline in carbon performance. Even if we ignore life quality issues that emerge in developed countries as buildings age but remain operational, the dominant conception of “high performance” is at best ambiguous. The defining trajectory of the past century or more is toward a