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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.
CHICAGO—Master-Bilt, manufacturer of premier commercial refrigeration, will showcase its newest award-winning innovation, the Parallel Glycol Rack Refrigeration System, in the Kitchen Innovations Pavilion (booth 2440) at the 2013 National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show, May 18 to 21 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
SINGAPORE—Bartech, a leader in automatic profit-generating minibar solutions for the hospitality industry, announced the installation of its Ethernet-connected, energy-efficient automatic minibars in all 367 guestrooms of the luxury PARKROYAL on Pickering in Singapore. The hotel, which debuted in January, is the newest hotel in the PARKROYAL Hotels & Resorts portfolio.
HEREFORD, ARIZ.—March was a good month for Patrick Dome and Karl Schmitt, co-owners of the 10-room Casa de San Pedro B&B in Hereford, Ariz. The 105-panel, 34-kilowatt, solar photovoltaic array positioned on the south side of their B&B supplied 125 percent of the electricity they needed for the month. The panels typically supply about 90 percent of the B&B’s electricity. Given its Arizona location, the Casa de San Pedro B&B is ideally located to take advantage of the sun’s power; the inn also uses a simple passive solar system (black piping) to heat water for the pool. Schmitt says that system, attached to the pool water filtration system, helps extend the pool’s season by two months—one month in spring and one in fall. The solar panels were expensive—$170,000—but Schmitt expects a return on investment of 4.5 years. Already, the B&B’s owners have obtained grants totaling $67,000 and may receive yet another for $42,000. The inn’s owners’ approach to sustainability appeals to their clientele—bird watchers and naturalists.
CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, has added an Onity case study to its Vendor Case Studies section. The case study details how the Carolina Grande Resort in the heart of Myrtle Beach, S.C., is saving an average of $1,300 dollars a month in HVAC costs and meeting customer needs since installing an Onity SensorStat DDC Thermostat system.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.—Bluegreen’s Carolina Grande Resort in the heart of Myrtle Beach, S.C., is saving an average of $1,300 dollars a month in HVAC costs and meeting customer needs since installing an Onity SensorStat™ DDC Thermostat system. At the 20-story condominium resort guests enjoy spectacular views of the Grand Strand and warm ocean breezes from their private balconies. The same elements that make this a popular destination also present challenges for energy management.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.—Telkonet, Inc., developer of the EcoSmart energy management platform featuring Recovery Time technology, announced that Galt House Hotel, located in Louisville, Kentucky, will install, integrate and network the EcoSmart energy management platform throughout its entire collection of 1,290 guestrooms.
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