Danfoss Now Accepts Entries For EnVisioneer of the Year Award
Danfoss is now accepting entries for its seventh annual EnVisioneer of the Year Award competition.
The competition is launched in 2010 and it recognizes North American original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), municipalities, end users, contractors, and building owners that have presented and launched a new product, invested in a building or systems upgrade, and opened a new facility in the last 18 months using Danfoss solutions or products to achieve significant energy and environmental savings.
Those who are interested in participating in the said competition may join by submitting an application by May 1. all applications will be verified and reviewed and the winner will be selected by a panel of third-party judges who represent different disciplines.
John Galyen, the President of Danfoss North America said, “The EnVisioneer of the Year Award continues to laud energy-efficient and carbon-reducing solutions in action. Danfoss recognizes the significant role of these solutions play and, through our global commitment to Engineering Tomorrow, works hard to support them with high-quality, reliable, innovative products designed to tackle the efficiency and performance challenges our customers face today and will encounter in the future.”
EMCOR Services Mesa Energy Systems was presented the EnVisioneer of the Year Award by Danfoss last year. The commercial HVAC contractor used energy-efficient variable-speed, magnetic-bearing, oil-free centrifugal compressors in different retrofit applications that include the MacArthur Plaza commercial office building that is located in Irvine, California. These compressors are used to reduce energy consumption and costs, lower payback period, and acquire utility rebates.
Based on Danfoss’ website, the EnVisioneer of the Year Award gives recognition to a commitment to the company’s core values that include engineering solutions that improve performance and profitability, energy efficiency that meets higher standards and lower operating costs, environmental sustainability that provides a financial and social payback, and engaged partnerships that foster quality, reliability, and innovation.
The Danfoss Group is a global producer of HVAC products and services and is also active in the field of the wind and solar power as well as cooling infrastructure and district heating that focuses on cities and urban communities. It has sales companies in 47 countries and 56 factories in 18 countries all over the world.