Energy Efficiency Leader Award

The Energy Efficiency Leader Award showcases and recognizes the organizations that are dedicated to making the world a safer, better place to live. Each year, Trane presents its Energy Efficiency Leader Award to organizations that have shown significant achievements in efficiency and sustainability.

In 2018, Trane is honored to name Science Museum of Minnesota as the first Energy Efficiency Leader award recipient of this year.

Science Museum of Minnesota

Science Museum of Minnesota

In January, Trane recognized Science Museum of Minnesota with the Energy Efficiency Leader award. The award recognizes the museum’s long-term commitment to providing a learning atmosphere with minimal impact on the environment.

As one of the most visited museums in the upper Midwest and a national leader in providing informal science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, the museum invested in a more sustainable solution after learning that building upgrades could save millions of dollars in energy costs by decreasing fossil fuels and high-energy sources coming from their building.

Through a collaboration with Trane, the project exceeded expectations surpassing 75 percent of hot water heat savings since installation and decreasing the amount of energy supply used in the community. The smart design practices and energy efficient systems implemented will save the museum more than $300,000 in operating costs year-over-year.

Science Museum of Minnesota

About the Award

The Energy Efficiency Leader Award is presented to organizations that have shown significant achievements in efficiency and sustainability. Ingersoll Rand businesses, Trane Commercial and Thermo King recognize and award organizations within the quality indoor environment industries and temperature-controlled transportation that have committed to more efficient and sustainable operations with the Energy Efficiency Leader Award.

The award was created to showcase and recognize the organizations that are dedicated to making the world a more sustainable and better place to live. By implementing best practices in energy efficiency, award winners set the gold standard for other organizations within every industry to witness and follow.

Criteria

To be considered for an Energy Efficiency Leader Award, organizations must display an exceptional commitment to one or more of the following areas that have resulted in notable outcomes:

  • Enhancing solutions that sustainably increase the quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings
  • Improving the standard of comfort with environmentally friendly solutions throughout all forms of transportation
  • Increasing industry productivity and efficiency

Trane Commercial Recipients

Trane makes buildings better for everyone inside. Trane also recognizes organizations that are dedicated to making the world a safer, better place to live. Click below to learn how organizations across the globe have implemented best practices in energy efficiency — and set the gold standard for other organizations within every industry to witness and follow.

 

Thermo King Recipients

Thermo King is the world leader in transport temperature control systems for trucks, trailers, buses, rail cars and shipboard containers. Thermo King also recognizes organizations that are dedicated to making the world a safer, better place to live. Click below to learn how organizations across the globe have implemented best practices in energy efficiency — and set the gold standard for other organizations within every industry to witness and follow.

 

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