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CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes Kelley’s PTAC & HVAC Cleaning as a Green Product & Service Directory partner. Kelley’s PTAC & HVAC Cleaning has been providing HVAC cleaning service nationwide since 2004. The company’s professional truck mount systems produce quality results, whether it’s PTACs, VTACs, Fan Coil Units, Heat Pumps or other HVAC components.
WALTHAM, MASS.—American DG Energy Inc., a leading On-Site Utility, offering clean electricity, heat, hot water and cooling solutions to hospitality, healthcare, housing and athletic facilities, has reached agreements for feasibility studies with two new clients for $105,000. The success of these two feasibility studies may lead to future agreements to implement the recommended energy strategy with a major university and a large hospitality group.
MILFORD, OHIO—The FCS OmniColl building performance monitoring system helps customers eliminate waste, cut costs and reduce carbon emissions. The modular based communications platform for building management systems can relay data from thousands of measurement points for multiple applications without the need for wiring or expensive communications charges commonly associated with conventional data logging systems.
CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes Carrier Enterprise (CE) as a Founding Sponsor. CE joins 29 other companies as Founding Sponsors. CE is a leading provider of temperature and energy control technologies for the lodging industry. CE offers hospitality-specific HVAC and energy management solutions from Gree, Founten and TopTech.
PHILADELPHIA—National Energy Technologies LLC has announced a new industrial piping system insulative coating as well as thermal insulation blanket service. This service will protect pipes, tanks as well as other industrial infrastructure. Scott Milne, CEO of the company, says, “It is remarkable the difference this service makes in boiler rooms.”
CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes Best Hotel Products as a Green Product & Service Directory partner. Best Hotel Products is a leading provider of hotel furniture, fixtures and equipment—used guestroom furniture and new Thomasville, Kimball and Dubois furniture, mattresses, PTACs (new and used Friedrich, LG, Frigidaire and Amana PTACs, TTWs, verticals, energy management systems), TVs, carpet, drapes and more.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.—Telkonet, Inc., whose complementary business divisions include EcoSmart, an intelligent energy management technology solution and EthoStream, one of the largest high-speed Internet access providers in the world, announced the addition of three new hospitality installations with Ellicott Development Company, Buffalo, New York’s largest commercial property developer.
CROTON, N.Y.—Polaris Vending, Inc. announces the launch of the patent-pending COILPOD dust containment bag which is an environmentally-friendly solution for the indoor cleaning of self-contained condenser coil units in refrigerated or freezer merchandiser display cases containing food or beverages.
BUFFALO, N.Y.—The Mayton Inn, a new construction 45-room boutique hotel in Cary, N.C., is the first hotel to use the power of BACnet integration to combine the InnPoint system from Zeno Controls LLC with Mitsubishi’s City Multi Central Network (CMCN). The technology enables property owners Colin and Deanna Crossman to use Zeno’s InnPoint solution to monitor and manage HVAC, lighting and environmental conditions in guestrooms and share the data on the Mitsubishi CMCN.
PHILIPSBURG, ST MAARTEN—The Westin St. Maarten Dawn Beach Resort & Spa is not only the first Westin hotel or resort in the world—but also the only major resort in the Caribbean—to install and utilize solar panels to replace its energy consumption throughout the resort. The resort’s owner, Columbia Sussex Corporation, enlisted the expertise of Anthony Prall Jr.’s Caribbean Energy Store to design a system to facilitate its 317 guestrooms, restaurants, restrooms, laundry facilities and spa. “There are hotels and resorts utilizing solar power for specific areas, such as heating pools and water, bungalows or, if it is a small property, replacing nearly all energy use with solar,” Prall says. “However, the Westin St. Maarten is unique in that it is a large resort and its ultimate goal is to use solar energy for most of its overall fuel consumption.” Phase One of the solar photovoltaic system has been installed on the resort’s roof and includes 480 Suntech solar panels, with 1,200 solar panels to be installed by 2014.
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