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BOWLING GREEN, OHIO—Systems Associates Inc. (SAI), a provider of building automation systems for energy management and hotel maintenance, announces the acquisition of Scientific Control Systems (SCS). As a distributor of SAI’s CONTROLIQ energy-management solution and owner of the Scientific Atlanta hotel property-management system interface, this acquisition is positioning SAI to serve as a comprehensive resource for building automation.
CAMBRIDGE, OHIO—On a day very soon Ohio State Park Lodges will be buying most of the food served in its restaurants from sustainable sources, generating zero hazardous waste and significantly decreasing greenhouse gas emissions. At least that is the goal for five Ohio State Park Lodges operated by concessioner Xanterra Parks & Resorts. “Our sustainability practices permeate every aspect of our operations—rooms, restaurants, gift shops, swimming pools, marinas—you name it, and as new technologies and products become available, we take a fresh look at what we are doing to see if we can improve upon it,” said Greg Woodland, regional manager of Ohio State Park Lodges and Punderson State Park Lodge in northeast Ohio near Newbury, Ohio. “And although we have made significant progress over a period of many years, we know there are always more improvements to be made. We take our mission of providing legacy hospitality with a softer footprint very seriously.” An example of Xanterra’s expanding sustainability strategies can be found in the five lodges.
ATLANTA—Onity, a leading provider of electronic locks and energy management solutions, has been selected by Larson Companies to provide the Onity SensorStat DDC Energy Management System (EMS) to a new full-service Holiday Inn in Eau Claire, Wis. Onity is part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.
NEW ORLEANS—At the 2013 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), Panasonic Eco Products Division introduced the WhisperRecessed LED, providing builders, remodelers and architects with an efficient ventilation option, complete with an elegant design. Available starting August 2013, the WhisperRecessed will be offered with a 10W LED lamp.
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA—Ellerman House has launched an initiative to become Cape Town’s most eco-friendly boutique hotel. Through newly implemented green projects such as solar panels, LED light bulbs, heat pumps, earthworm farms and recycling systems, the property aims to be Cape Town’s leader in eco-friendly luxury hospitality by September 2013. In order to measure the carbon footprint for the entire property, including the main house, villas, spa, art gallery and all administrative housing and offices, Ellerman House hired an energy efficiency company, BrightBlack, as a consultant and to administer extensive energy testing. The staff at Ellerman House began taking energy-reducing steps immediately, beginning with the installation of energy-efficient and motion-sensor activated LED lights.
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA—Mario and Annemarie Delicio of Dematech are the owners behind Hotel Verde. Dedicated and passionate about sustainability, they have transformed what was initially just a sensible business proposition into a showcase for some of the most advanced environmentally conscious technological installations as well as construction and operation practices in the world. “We have a responsibility as a company, as an employer and as a visitor on this planet to live as sustainably as possible,” says Mario Delicio. “This is the only way we can survive long-term and hand over to our children in a responsible manner.” Construction on Hotel Verde, which is a part of the recently launched BON Hotels group, began more than a year ago just outside Cape Town International Airport. “If you look at what can be done from a green angle you look at energy, water and waste reduction,” Delicio explains. “You then take each of these areas and work out how to implement alternatives, generating your own electricity for example.”
MILWAUKEE, WIS.—Green Wolf Technologies, LLC, a partner and reseller of the Telkonet Energy Management System focused at the hotel, resort, and university residence hall market, has been approved as a United States Value Added Reseller for Islandaire.
DECATUR, GA.—Seresco USA Inc., a leading manufacturer of HVAC indoor air quality equipment, has introduced WebSentry Mobile, the HVAC industry’s first “smart phone” web app allowing facility managers and service contractors remote monitoring and programming functions for Seresco commercial indoor pool dehumidifiers.
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, is now operating two 450-ton chillers at Doral Arrowwood Hotel and Conference Center in Rye, N.Y. The highly efficient cooling systems will cool the property and be owned and operated by American DG Energy.
CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes Swegon as a Green Product & Service Directory partner. Swegon’s PARAGON compact Comfort Module provides hoteliers with energy savings and reduced maintenance costs while offering guests silent, draft-free air-conditioning.
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