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Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization Fights Rising Energy Consumption, Costs (Ind. Report)
Honeywell
Date: 2020-03-04
Honeywell is touting it's cloud-based, closed-loop Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization solution that continuously studies a building's energy consumption patterns and automatically adjusts to optimal energy saving settings without compromising occupant comfort levels.

This autonomous building solution is focused on cutting energy consumption and costs and decreasing building's carbon footprint without significant upfront capital expenses or changes to a building's current operational processes.

Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization autonomously and continually optimizes a building's internal set points across hundreds of assets every 15 minutes to evaluate whether a building's HVAC system is running at peak efficiency. Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization offers plug-and-play capabilities. (Source: Honeywell, Facilities Exec., Mar., 2020) Contact: Honeywell, www.honeywell.com/en-us

More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywwell,  Energy Efficiency,  Energy Management,  


Global Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019-2025 (Report Available)
QY Research
Date: 2020-02-05
QY Research is touting its Global Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019-2025 report covering the global energy efficiency in commercial buildings market.

According to the report, the global energy efficiency in commercial buildings market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 12.0 pct between 2019 and 2025. By the end of 2025, the global market value is projected to reach above $60 billion, an increase over its 2018 $25 billion mark.

The report covers leading players in the global energy efficiency in commercial buildings market, including Johnson Controls, Logical Buildings, Siemens, Honeywell, Cylon Controls, Eaton Corporation, Spacewell, Carrier (UTC), Coolnomix, Schneider Electric, GridPoint, Fujitsu General, Technovator International, Emerson Electric, Danfoss, General Electric, Carel, Trane, Hitachi, and Bosch Thermotechnology.

On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into energy management, lighting, and HVAC. The authors of the report have also segmented the global energy efficiency in commercial buildings market into schools, hospitals, stadiums, shopping malls, retain chains, offices, and hotels and others.

Access report details and PDF report sample HERE. (Source: QY Research, PR, 29 Jan., 2020) Contact: QY Research, Inc., 626 295 2442, , www.qyresearch.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Energy Eficiency,  


Diamond Green Diesel Seeks Ren. Diesel Pathways Cert. (Ind. Report)
Diamond Green Diesel
Date: 2019-12-06
Diamond Green Diesel -- a JV formed between a subsidiary of Valero and Irving, Texas-based low-carbon feedstock supplier Darling Ingredients Inc. -- reports it has filed an application with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) seeking carbon intensity (CI) certification for the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) of renewable diesel (RD) pathways from distillers corn oil; rendered animal fat; and used cooking oil (UCO) at the Diamond Green Diesel LLC facility in Norco, Louisiana.

The Norco plant uses the UOP Ecofining Process to produce renewable diesel. The process hydrogenates triglycerides and free fatty acid feedstocks which are then isomerized to create a high-quality hydrocarbon fuel (RD). In addition to RD, the process produces a liquid petroleum gas vapor stream (LPG vapor); a liquid petroleum liquid stream (naphtha LPG); and a purge gas stream. All of the co-product streams go to the adjacent Valero oil refinery to be separated into fuel gas, propane, and naphtha through a distillation process. For the purposes of the CI certification, displacement credit was given to the fuel gas used as fuel gas for hydrogen production at the Valero refinery.

Producing 275 million gpy of Honeywell Green Dieselâ„¢, Diamond Green Diesel is the largest commercial advanced biofuel facility in the US. (Source: Diamond Green Diesel,Green Car Congress, 5 Dec., 2019) Contact: Diamond Green Diesel, sales@diamondgreendiesel.com, www.diamondgreendiesel.com; Valero Renewable Fuels, Joe Gorder, Pres., (800) 324-8464, www.valero.com; Darling Ingedients, Melissa A. Gaither, VP IR , (972) 281-4478, mgaither@darlingii.com, www.darlingii.com; Honeywell UOP, Bryan Glover, VP Petrochemicals & Refining Technologies, www,uop.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Diamond Green Diesel,  


Acciona to Construct Paraguayan Alt. Fuels Plant (Int'l.)
Acciona
Date: 2019-11-27
Madrid-headquartered engineering group Acciona SA reports it has been selected to construct a 20,000 bpd advanced biofuels HVO and SPK project using Honeywell UOP technology near the Paraguayan capital city of Assuncion. HVO is a renewable substitute for diesel and and SPK is a renewable aviation fuel.

Financial details of the agreements were not disclosed but the project is expected to come in at roughly $88 million. (Source: Acciona SA, Successful Farming, Reuters, 25 Nov., 2019) Contact: Acciona SA, +34 91 663 28 50 / Fax - +34 91 663 28 51, www.acciona.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Acciona ,  Alternative Fuels,  


Diamond Green Diesel Plans $1.1Bn Expansion (Ind. Report)
Diamond Green Diesel
Date: 2019-10-02
Honeywell is reporting the Valero Energy and Darling Ingredients joint venture Diamond Green Diesel facility in Norco, Louisiana, will invest $1.1 billion to expand its annual production capacity of renewable diesel using Honeywell UOP's Ecofining™ process technology to meet growing demand for renewable fuels in North America and Europe.

Producing 275 million gpy of Honeywell Green Diesel™, Diamond Green Diesel is the largest commercial advanced biofuel facility in the US. The expansion, which will increase the facility's annual production by nearly 150 pct to 675 million gpy, will also produce about 60 million gpy of renewable naphtha when completed and operational in late 2021.

Diamond Green Diesel's product is a qualified Advanced Biofuel under the US EPA Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). (Source: Honeywell, Hydrocarbon Engineering, Oct., 2019) Contact: Diamond Green Diesel, sales@diamondgreendiesel.com, www.diamondgreendiesel.com; Valero Renewable Fuels, Joe Gorder, Pres., (800) 324-8464, www.valero.com; Darling Ingedients, Melissa A. Gaither, VP IR , (972) 281-4478, mgaither@darlingii.com, www.darlingii.com; Honeywell UOP, Bryan Glover, VP Petrochemicals & Refining Technologies, www,uop.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell UOP,  Diamond Green Diesel,  Renewable Diesel,  Valero,  Green Diesel,  Darling Ingedients,  


Honeywell, KE2 Therm Trim Refrigeration Energy Costs (Ind. Report)
Honeywell, KE2 Therm
Date: 2019-09-23
Honeywell Building Technologies reports it and Washington, Missouri-based smart refrigeration controllers developer KE2 Therm have reached an agreement under which Honeywell will have selling rights to KE2 Therm Solutions, including smart controllers for the commercial refrigeration industry -- grocery, convenience store and restaurant sector to help operators cut energy consumption, costs, and meet regulatory guidelines.

With the agreement, KE2 Therm will also sell Honeywell Multisite (f.k.a. Novar) technologies including its Novar building controls systems, E-MON electrical meters, and Manning refrigerant leak detection sensors.

According to the U.S. DOE, grocery stores are responsible for approximately 9 pct of the total energy consumed by commercial buildings in the U.S., of which more than 50 pct is from refrigeration.

Honeywell Multisite provides full-service building management including design, engineering, programming, software and hardware production, delivery and installation, and 24/7 centralized monitoring, control and reporting. (Source: Honeywell, PR, 23 Sept., 2019) Contact: Honeywell Multisite, Matt Call, GM, www.honeywell.com; KE2 Therm, Patrick Holdmeyer, Pres., CEO, (636)266-0140, fax (888) 366-6769, information@ke2therm.com, www.ke2therm.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell,  Energy Management,  Energy Efficiency,  


St1 Nordic Licenses Honeywell Ecofining Tech. (Ind. Report)
Honeywell UOP, St1 Nordic
Date: 2019-09-20
Des Plaines, Ill.-based Honeywell UOP is reports it has licensed its Ecofining renewable fuels technology to Helsinki-headquartered St1 Nordic Oy for the production of 4,000 bpd of diesel and jet fuel at St1 Nordic's refinery complex in Gothenburg, Sweden. Basic engineering design for the project has already been completed.

The Ecofining process converts inedible oils, animal fats, tall oils derived from forestry residues and other waste feedstocks into Honeywell Green Diesel which is chemically identical to petroleum-based diesel and can be used as a drop-in fuel. It also features up to an 80 pct lifecycle reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared with diesel from petroleum.

In addition to Ecofining technology, Honeywell has commercialized the UOP Renewable Jet Fuel Process™. Jet fuel produced by this process can be blended seamlessly with petroleum-based fuel. When used in up to a 50 pct blend with petroleum-based jet fuel, Honeywell Green Jet Fuel™ requires no changes to aircraft technology and meets all critical specifications for flight, according to Honeywell. St1 Nordic Oy researches and develops economically viable, environmentally sustainable energy including waste-based advanced ethanol fuels and industrial wind power. (Source: Honeywell, Chemical Engineering, 19 Sept., 2019) Contact: St1 Nordic, Bo-Erik Svensson, Managing Director, www.st1.eu; Honeywell UOP, Bryan Glover, VP Petrochemicals & Refining Technologies, www,uop.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeyell UOP,  Green Diesel ,  St1 Nordic ,  


Resideo Snares Whisker Labs to Expand Smart Home Offerings (M&A)
Resideo Technologies,Whisker Labs
Date: 2019-05-24
In the Lone Star State, Austin-based smart home, energy efficiency specialist Resideo Technologies, a 2018 Honeywell spinoff, is reporting its acquisition of energy efficiency technology from Whisker Labs. The technology creates a thermodynamic model of a home to accurately predict home heating and air conditioning run time and energy use to enable a homeowner to control energy usage.

According to Resideo, the technology complements it's portfolio of connected thermostats, including the Honeywell Home T-Series smart thermostats -- the T9 and T10 Pro -- which feature wireless smart-room sensors to deliver a desired temperature to a specific room as needed.

Resideo claims a presence in 150 million homes and a network of 110,000 professional contractors. (Source: Resideo TechnologiesPR, 22 May, 2019) Contact: Resideo Technologies, Mike Nefkens, Pres., CEO, www.resideo.com; Whisker Labs, hello@whiskerlabs.com, www.whiskerlabs.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Whisker Labs,  Energy Efficiency,  


U.Maine Advances Honeywell Renewable Energy Project (Ind Report)
University of Maine,Honeywell
Date: 2019-04-08
Following up on our 22 May, 2018 report, the University of Maine System trustees are reporting the authorization of up to $5.7 million to advance negotiations with Honeywell International for a long-term energy contract worth up to $165 million to shift the University of Maine systems Orono campus from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources including biomass.

The newly approved funds begin the second phase of negotiations, providing Honeywell up to $4.2 million to solidify the design and provide more precise information on the project scope and financials. The other $1.5 million is for the university to hire experts for its own work on the project. Once the second phase is completed, Honeywell will provide "a firm fixed price" for the Board's approval.

The energy system conversion is being driven in part by University of Maine's goal of virtually eliminating net greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. Honeywell says its project will achieve 85 percent of that goal. The university presently spends $10 million +- per year on electricity and heat. That expense could be cut to $4.3 million with a proposed new biomass power plant and solar array.

The proposed on campus 6-MW central heating and power plant would burn approximately 70,000 tpy of wood chips from sustainably harvested local timber. The CHP plant would use natural gas and oil or liquid biofuels as backups for its boilers, as well as the 40MW solar array. A similar but smaller biomass facility at the University of Maine at Farmington campus burns 4,000 tpy of locally harvested hardwood chips, and replaced nearly 400,000 gallons of oil. (Source: University of Maine, Portland Press Herald, 5 April, 2019) Contact: University of Maine Orono, https://umaine.edu; Honeywell, www.honeywell.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News University of Maine,  Honeywell,  Renewable Energy,  


Honeywell, Newark Ink Energy Efficiency, Savings Deal (Ind. Report)
Honeywell
Date: 2019-04-03
In the Garden State, Honeywell is reporting it will partner with the City of Newark in an energy savings improvement project to help New Jersey's largest city meet its sustainability goals and cut energy and operating costs by approximately 36 pct. Honeywell will lead a program to upgrade building infrastructure in 17 city facilities and help cut the city's annual energy operating costs with a potential savings of nearly $1 million a year.

As part of the project, Honeywell will:

  • Implement three co-generation plants to enable the city to generate on-site electricity and heat simultaneously in two recreation centers and at the City Hall complex;
  • Modernize the existing City Hall complex central boiler plant;
  • Replace failed steam traps and missing pipe insulation on steam distribution systems to reduce thermal energy losses;
  • Upgrade lighting with more energy-efficient LEDs and install energy-efficient control solutions, such as room occupancy sensors thermostatic valves on radiators to reduce steam consumption;
  • Install a comprehensive Building Management System (BMS) platform to monitor and control multiple buildings from a central location;
  • Integrate the City's HVAC and building systems into the BMS;
  • Install a City-wide solution to reduce desktop computer electric power consumption;
  • Improve building envelopes to better maintain conditioned air in facilities; and
  • Install electric and gas sub-meters on buildings to more accurately monitor and manage energy use.

    The building infrastructure improvements, which are slated for completion by end of 2019, are expected to help Newark cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 2,930 metric tpy. The Honeywell-led upgrades are being funded with a $2.3 million rebate from the New Jersey Clean Energy Program and a 20-year, $15.4 million energy savings service contract. Honeywell guarantees the savings, eliminating the need for upfront capital investment and making it a self-funding project over the contract term. (Source: Honeywell, PR, April, 2019) Contact: Honeywell, Jessie Timmerman, (763) 954-6071, jessie.timmerman@honeywell.com, www.honeywell.com; City of Newark, Press Office (973) 733-8004, City Hall, (973) 733-4311, , www.newarknj.gov

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell,  Energy Efficiency,  


  • Virgo, Punjab Confirm Indian Biofuel Project MoU (Int'l Report)
    Virgo Corporation
    Date: 2019-02-13
    The Punjab government Monday signed an MoU with the Delhi-based engineering products and services company Virgo Corporation for a Rs 630-crore ($88,389 million, &euro:77.931 million) biofuel project that will use Honeywell technology to produce renewable fuel from waste rice stubble and husks. The Punjab State agricultural sector generates approximately 20 million metric tpy of paddy straw.

    The new biofuel facility will create a new market cash flow for Punjab farmers as well as support the national government's biofuel blending and air quality targets. (Source: Energy InfraPost, 12 Feb., 2019) Contact: Virgo Corporation, +91 11 43588335-37, +91 11 43588338 - fax, virgo@vsnl.com, www.virgogroup.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Virgo Corporation,  India Biofuel,  Biofuel,  


    Honeywell, FEWA Ink Emirates Energy Management Deal Int'l)
    Honeywell Building Solutions
    Date: 2018-10-31
    In the United Arab Emirates, the Federal Electricity & Water Authority (FEWA) and Honeywell are confirming an agreement under which Honeywell will drive energy efficiency, sustainable development and green economy initiatives in the UAE's northern emirates.

    The agreement calls for the implementation of Honeywell technologies including building management systems, energy management dashboards, energy performance contracting (EPC) and related energy efficiency systems and technologies.

    The UAE's Energy Strategy 2050 aims to increase clean energy usage from 25 pct to 50 pct by 2050, reduce the country's power generation carbon footprint by 70 pct, and increase corporate and individual energy efficiency by 40 pct. (Source: FEWA, ME Construction News, Honeywell, 30 Oct., 2018) Contact: FEWA, Salim Bin Rabee, Exec. Dir. of Electricity Directorate, www.fewa.gov.ae/en; Honeywell Building Solutions, Susanna Minoia, CFO, Honeywell Building Solutions, High Growth Regions, www.buildingsolutions.honeywell.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell Building Solutions,  Energy Efficiency,  Carbon Footprint,  Energy Management,  


    Advanced Biofuels Canada Membership on the Rise (Ind. Report)
    Advanced Biofuels Canada
    Date: 2018-08-01
    Vancouver-headquartered Advanced Biofuels Canada (ABFC) is reporting a significant expansion of its membership with the recent addition of: Canada Clean Fuels, Canfor Pulp, EcoEngineers and Honeywell UOP, an international leader in process technology, catalysts, adsorbents, process plants, and consulting services to the petroleum refining, petrochemical, and gas processing industries.

    In May 2017, Ensyn Corporation, Iogen, LanzaTech, OPIS, Steeper Energy, and Targray joined ABFC. (Source: Advanced Biofuels Canada, PR, 31 July, 2018) Contact: Advanced Biofuels Canada, (604) 494-0040, info@advancedbiofuels.ca, www.advancedbiofuels.ca

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Advanced Biofuels Canada ,  


    UMaine Orono Investigating Woody Biomass Proposal (Ind. Report)
    University of Maine Orono
    Date: 2018-05-28
    In the Pine Tree State, the University of Maine in Orono is considering a proposal from Honeywell International to provide "green" heat and electricity from an on-campus Renewable Energy Center.. The center would be fueled by locally sourced woody biomass and solar energy.

    The proposed energy system conversion to woody biomass is being driven in part by the university's goal of virtually eliminating net greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. Honeywell says its project will achieve 85 pct of that goal. The university presently spends roughly $10 million a year on electricity and heat, an amount the could be slashed to $4.3 million with the new power plant and solar array, Honeywell estimates.

    The on campus 6-MW central heating and power plant would burn approximately 70,000 tpy of wood chips from sustainably harvested local timber. The CHP plant would use natural gas and oil or liquid biofuels as backups for its boilers, as well as the 40MW solar array. A similar but smaller biomass facility at the University of Maine at Farmington campus burns 4,000 tpy of locally harvested hardwood chips, and replaced nearly 400,000 gallons of oil. (Source: Univ. of Maine Orono, Honeywell International,, Portland Press Herald, 22 May, 2018) Contact: University of Maine Orono, https://umaine.edu

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell,  Biomass Power,  


    Honeywell's GoDirect® Software Helps IAG Cut Carbon Emissions (Int'l)
    International Airlines Group,Honeywell
    Date: 2018-03-23
    Honeywell Aerospace reports that its GoDirect® Connected Aircraft flight data analytics platform, flight efficiency software is being deployed by the UK-headquartered International Airlines Group (IAG) across its fleet of more than 500 aircraft. The data analytics platform uses flight analysis tools to benchmark energy, enhance efficiency, cut fuel costs, and reduce aircraft carbon emissions.

    Honeywell's GoDirect Flight Efficiency software integrates with existing systems to produce more than 100 analysis reports that improve flight-planning capabilities and empower pilots with unprecedented levels of information and insight. (Source: Honeywell, EMEA, 20 Mar., 2018) Contact: Honeywell Aerospace, David Shilliday, VP Airlines,www.honeywell.com; International Airlines Group, +44 (0) 20 8564 2800, www.iairgroup.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell Aerospace,  Carbon Emission,  


    Honeywell, UNEP Ink Clean Energy, Climate Change MoU (Ind. Report)
    Honeywell, UN Environment
    Date: 2018-03-14
    Honeywell is reporting the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) to support energy efficiency, access to affordable and clean energy, and urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.

    To that end, the two entities have agreed to support the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 7 and 13, and to focus on experience-sharing and programs to build capacity and enhance the contribution of the private sector in protecting the environment. (Source: Honeywell, ACHRnews, 12 Mar., 2018) Contact: Honeywell, www.honeywell.com; UN Environment Program, Erik Solheim, Exec. Dir., +254 20 7621 234, executiveoffice@unep.org, www.unep.org

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell,  UN Environment,  Climate Change,  


    U.S.Carbon Capture and Storage Market Report 2018 -- Report Available (Ind. Report)

    Date: 2018-03-09
    MarketResearchNest.com reports the availability of its new United States Carbon Capture and Storage Market Report 2018 report studying Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India.

    The study includes production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions from 2013 to 2018, and forecast to 2025. The report also identifies major players in the market and their market revenues including GE Energy, Siemens, Honeywell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Shell Cansolv, Alstom Energy, Linde Engineering, ConocoPhillips Company, Statoil ASA, Dakota Gasification, Fluor Corporation, Hitachi, Halliburton, HTCO2 Systems, Carbon Clean Solutions, Summit Carbon Capture, Sasol Limited, Aker Clean Carbon AS, China HuaNeng Group.

    Browse full table of contents and data tables HERE. Request a sample copy HERE; Purchase the report HERE. (Source: MarketResearchNest.com, satPRnews, Mar., 2018) Contact: MarketResearchNest, Jeet Jain, 240-284-8070, +44-20-3290-4151, sales@marketresearchnest.com, www.marketresearchnest.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Carbon Capture and Storage,  CCS,  


    Honeywell Touts Amazon Voice-Ready Thermostat (New Prod & Tech)
    Honeywell
    Date: 2018-03-07
    Atlanta-based Honeywell is reporting the launch of its INNCOM e7 Thermostat (e7) that incorporates Amazon Alexa voice control. The e7 is based on a patent-pending Smart Wall Plate design that provides hotel staff with an easy and reliable back-up of the device configuration.

    The e7 automatically reduces energy costs and is compatible with most HVAC solutions and equipped for Honeywell's Connected Guest integration. The e7 helps reduce the total cost of ownership by minimizing room downtime and automatically capturing the thermostat configuration. Its wired or wireless flexibility enables simplified installation in new-build or retrofit properties. For maximum flexibility the e7 also provides standalone HVAC control and occupancy-based sensing that customarily requires a door switch monitor and motion sensor. (Source: Honeywell, Hospitality Net, Mar., 2018) Contact: Honeywell, Thurman Melson, VP, Honeywell Home and Building Technologies, www.honeywell.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell,  Energy Management,  Energy Efficiency,  


    Honeywell's Aviation Biofuel Powers 13,000km Flight (Ind. Report)
    Honeywell UOP.
    Date: 2018-02-19
    Global technology company, Honeywell tests first trans-Pacific flight using a new biofuel made from Carinata seeds, a non-edible mustard seed. The company says that the 15-hour 13,000km journey marked the debut of Honeywell UOP Green Jet fuel.

    According to Honeywell, the new fuel can replace as much as half of the petroleum jet fuel used in flight, without changing the aircraft technology and still meet emission standards established by the ASTM, resulting in a potential 65 to 85 pct cut in greenhouse gas emissions compared to standard petroleum jet fuel. The Carinata oil engineered by Quebec-based Agrisoma is intended for industrial use in the production of bio and jet fuels. When pressed, this seeds yield half their weight in oils that is then refined into jet fuel by AltAir, at the world's first commercial-scale renewable jet fuel plant in Paramount, California. (Source: Honeywell, AutoCar news, 19 Feb., 2018) Contact: Honeywell UOP, Rebecca Liebert, Pres.,CEO, www.uop.com; Agrisoma Biosciences Inc., Steve Fabijanski, CEO, www.agrisoma.com, www.growcarinata.com; Altair Fuels, Bryan Sherbacow, CEO, (843) 720-8920, bryan@altairfuels.com, www.altairfuels.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Carinata,  Honeywell UOP,  Aviation Biofuel,  Agrisoma,  AltAir,  


    Honeywell UOP Chinese Coal-to-Chemicals Catalysts Production Plant Online (Int'l Report)
    UOP Honeywell
    Date: 2018-01-29
    Des Plaines, Ill.-headquartered Honeywell UOP reports it has begun production of its proprietary catalysts used to convert coal into plastics at its facility in China. The company also inaugurated a new R&D and engineering center at the same facility.

    The new catalyst production line, located in Zhangjiagang in Jiangsu Province, manufactures state-of-the-art catalysts used in Honeywell UOP's Advanced Methanol-to-Olefins (MTO) process technology, which converts methanol from coal and natural gas into the olefins that are used to make plastic resins and fibers. The heart of the MTO process is a proprietary catalyst that facilitates the conversion of methanol into olefins. (Source: Honeywell, Hydrocarbon Engineering, 25 Jan., 2018) Contact: Honeywell UOP, Rebecca Liebert, Pres.,CEO, www.uop.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Methanol,  UOP Honeywell,  


    Empower, Honeywell Partner for Refrigerant Efficiency (Int'l)
    Empower,Honeywell
    Date: 2018-01-26
    UAE-based Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower) reports it is partnering with Honeywell to explore alternative refrigerants adoption for reducing energy consumption and meeting environmental target in the region.

    The two companies will explore environment-friendly refrigerant solutions in cooling buildings that could help Empower further conserve energy in its operations. (Source: Empower, GDN, TradeArabia News Service, 25 Jan., 2018) Contact: Empower, Ahmad bin Shafar, CEO, +97 14 375 5555, info@empower,ae, www.empower.ae; Honeywell Saudi Arabia, www.honeywellprocess.com/en-US/about-us/global/middle-east/Pages/saudi-arabia.aspx

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Empower,  Honeywell,  Energy Efficiency,  


    Aussie Hotel Gets Major Energy Efficiency Upgrade (Ind. Report)
    Honeywell Building Solutions
    Date: 2017-08-07
    In the Land Down Under, Honeywell reports the implementation of its Honeywell Enterprise Building Integrator (EBI) and Building Management System (BMS) at the Crown Towers Hotel complex in Perth. which is an expansion of the Crown complex in Perth.

    The BMS optimizes building controls, improves energy efficiency, and coordinates access controls, lighting and other for improved energy management and efficiency. The system provides environmental and energy management HVAC control along with control of drapes, lighting controls via designer switches controlled from mobile tablets. Honeywell also modernized the site's direct digital control (DDC) system that controls and monitors multiple building functions during Crown Perth's enterprise upgrade. (Source: Honeywell, PR, 4 Aug., 2017) Contact: Honeywell Home and Building Technologies (HBT), www.buildingsolutions.honeywell.com, www.honeywell.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell,  Honeywell Building Solutions,  Energy Efficiency,  Energy Management,  


    Honeywell Upgrading Summereside's Energy Efficiency (Ind. Report)
    Honeywell Building Solutions
    Date: 2017-04-12
    The City of Summerside, Prince Edward Island, is reporting a partnership with energy services provider Honeywell, for the city's Energy and Facility Renewal Program. The program, which is cost neutral to the city, will look at areas in city facilities, and the city itself, where it can realize improvements and savings in energy usage.

    The first phase of the program involves an assessment of the city's building infrastructure, which includes validating the current conditions as well as occupancy schedules. Systems such as heating, ventilation, air conditioning, mechanical equipment, lighting, building automation and air distribution systems, as well as street lighting will be areas of focus.

    Summerside's annual energy bill, which includes heat and electicity consumed at all city facilities, costs approximately $1 million a year. (Source: City of Summerside, Journal Pioneer, 7 April, 2017) Contact: City of Summerside, Rob Philpott, CFO, (902) 432-1230, www.city.summerside.pe.ca; Honeywell Building Solutions, John Rajchert, Pres., (800) 345-6770, www.buildingsolutions.honeywell.com, www.honeywell.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Honeywell,  Energy Efficiency,  Energy Management,  

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