Posts tagged ‘Corporate News’

November 29, 2016, 9:00 am

Updating a Homeowner’s Comfort


Are your customers in the Northeast interested in updating their cooling and heating system, and want to learn more about our Zoned Comfort Solutions™?

Now, you can direct them to a new page on our Comfort website specifically designed for their region. Homeowners can learn about our zoned technology and how it can provide them year-round comfort. But beyond just learning information about the technology, customers can also schedule a consultation with a local Diamond Contractor™ and see which products qualify for local utility rebates.

If consumers are eager to stay connected with Mitsubishi Electric, they can also download a brochure about our heat pumps and subscribe for continual updates about products and our involvement in the HVAC industry.

We are excited to share this new, valuable resource with you; don’t forget to share it with your customers!

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November 23, 2016, 9:00 am

Be Sure to Sign Up for Our December Webinar!


Registration is now open for our free, hour-long webinar, “Advances in VRF Technology: Satisfy Cold Climate and Other Application Challenges”!

On Thursday, December 8, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. EST, Architectural Record will host the webinar. Presenters will include our own Kevin Miskewicz, LEED® Green Associate and director, commercial marketing; and Greg Hosselbarth, CEM, LEED AP BD+C, regional manager, commercial. Attendees will learn how advanced heating technology and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) are an impressive combination in cold-weather climates.

Topics include:

  • New technology advancements that enable VRF to be the sole heat source
  • Why many designers use VRF to earn LEED points
  • What happens when a facility must guarantee its occupants’ comfort
  • Why VRF is here to stay

Click here to register for the webinar.

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November 9, 2016, 9:00 am

Providing the Comfort of Home to Our Service Men and Women

Zoned Comfort Solutions™ in the “Veterans Village” of tiny houses, as a part of the Veterans Community Project.

A daily routine is something most of us take for granted. While our lives may get stressful from time to time, nothing compares to the challenges our soldiers face while serving our country. Men and women in the United States Armed Forces put their lives on hold so we may enjoy our family, friends and a safe home. On this Veterans Day, we remember how important it is to recognize the service of all U.S. military veterans.

When veterans transition back to civilian life, they take on a new challenge they may not have faced before. Fortunately, there are many nonprofit organizations that help make this transition smoother. We sponsor Operation FINALLY HOME (OFH), New Braunfels, Texas and they assist wounded veterans by providing a custom-built, mortgage-free home tailored to their needs and the needs of their family. In Kansas City, Missouri, the Veterans Community Project (VCP) also offers a holistic support system for homeless veterans – providing housing, food and counseling.

Our Zoned Comfort Solutions™ have been donated to numerous custom houses in support of both OFH and the VCP. We are proud to work with these organizations and to support veterans in the way we know best: keeping them comfortable.

November 3, 2016, 9:00 am

Making a Difference One Hammer at a Time

When we think of our homes, we think of places that provide comfort. That comfort might be emotional, physical or both – whatever makes us feel at ease.

Unfortunately, not all of us have this luxury in life. In Ocean County, New Jersey, many working professionals cannot afford to live comfortably. Remarkable organizations, like the Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity, see this problem and work to find a solution for professionals and their families. We are humbled to have recently been involved in one such effort.

From September 30 – October 2, 2016, we joined forces alongside one of our distributors, ABCO, to participate in a blitz build event. Working with local New Jersey businesses including the Ocean County Mall, Toms River and 100.1 WJRZ, Manahawkin, we sponsored a build event to start the movement toward comfortable and affordable living for everyone. Together, we hosted the first-ever “Building Homes from the Heart.”

From planning to execution, the volunteers began to make safe, affordable housing a reality for their community. We were deeply honored to donate to the comfort of our friends and families in Ocean County.

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November 1, 2016, 9:00 am

Be Sure to Sign Up for Our Building Controls Webinar!


Registration for our free, hour-long webinar, “Whole Building Control: From Concept to Reality” is now open!

On Thursday, November 17, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. EST, The News will host our own Kevin Miskewicz, LEED® Green Associate and director, commercial marketing; and Mark Kulik, associate product manager, controls, as they discuss the evolution of building controls systems and how today’s innovations offer another level of building management.

Topics will include:

  • Current industry trends that influence controls system development
  • Today’s most advanced systems and how they differ from earlier technologies
  • Future of controls systems

Click here to register for the webinar.

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October 26, 2016, 9:00 am

Greenbuild 2016


At Mitsubishi Electric, we take pride in creating sustainable cooling and heating technology. Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to share our newest innovations at the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Greenbuild is the largest conference and expo dedicated to green building and sustainable design. It attracts industry leaders and experts from all over the globe. In addition to a diverse crowd, Greenbuild is known for its attractions. This year included a film festival, yoga session and Women in Green Power Breakfast. The buzz was so contagious that #Greenbuild16 became a trending topic on Twitter.

Although this year’s Greenbuild has come and gone, its impact will continue in Los Angeles with the Legacy Project. For this year’s Legacy Project, the U.S. Green Building Council-Los Angeles Chapter helped launch an Eco-Tech Maker Space for the Los Angeles Unified School District. This project offers “S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) curricula, hands-on learning and environmental stewardship emanating from the reuse of discarded, safe manufacturing materials.”

From beginning to end, Greenbuild always brings the energy that inspires us to engage and create technologies for this industry. We look forward to participating in next year’s conference in Boston.

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October 18, 2016, 9:00 am

The Future of Housing: 2016 HIVE Conference Highlights


From September 28-29, we gathered with other ardent professionals at the first-ever Housing Innovation, Vision & Economics (HIVE) conference in Los Angeles. Industry leaders from the  construction, design, business, public policy and education fields came together to discover ideas and create discourse about “the future of how people live, work and play.”

Throughout the two-day conference, attendees dove in depth in the housing field – connecting through conversation and technology. From keynote speaker presentations to networking breakfasts, attendees discussed the latest product innovations and services in addition to developing ideas about future product technologies that could change how professionals in the building industry think and work.

Specifically, our own Mark Kuntz, senior vice president and deputy general manager, took part in a 30-minute panel with other supplier professionals. Kuntz and other panelists engaged in discussion about how companies, like us, are integrating innovation into the development of products, culture and programs.

We were pleased to be an alliance sponsor of the inaugural #HIVELA2016, and look forward to hearing about the many new ideas and initiatives that are a result of this incredible dialogue.

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October 12, 2016, 9:00 am

Check Out Our Course on The Continuing Architect


Looking to gain some extra knowledge on Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)? Check out our recent course, “VRF Technology: An Innovative HVAC system for Achieving LEED® Points,” published on AIA’s continuing education website, The Continuing Architect, presented by Architectural Products.

From this course, architects will learn about the benefits of VRF in comparison to other HVAC systems, as well as learn how VRF can help earn points toward a LEED certification. The course also explains how to find solutions for potential design challenges with VRF through examples from our recent case studies.

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October 4, 2016, 9:00 am

Be Sure to Sign Up for Our October Webinars


Registration for our free, hour-long webinars is open! Topics will include: energy efficiency, advanced heating technology and ventilation.

  • On Tuesday, October 4, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT, Business Energy will host our own Kevin Miskewicz, LEED®Green Associate and director, commercial marketing; and Eric Dubin, senior director, national accounts and utility programs, to discuss energy efficiency. Attendees will learn about the latest energy efficiency innovations, energy mandates and utilities’ incentive programs.
  • On Thursday, October 13, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. CDT, Buildings will host a webinar in which Kevin Miskewicz is joined by our own Greg Hosselbarth, CEM, LEEDAP BD+C, regional manager, commercial, to discuss advanced heating technology. Attendees will learn the benefits of advanced heating technology and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) and how they are an unbeatable combination.
  • On Wednesday, October 19, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT, Kevin Miskewicz and our own Joe Cefaly, manager, OEM applications, will discuss ventilation with HPAC Engineering. Attendees will hear about current trends and the future of ventilation.

Click on the topic to register for each webinar: energy efficiency, advanced heating technology and ventilation.

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September 20, 2016, 9:00 am

LEEDing the Way


On September 24, 2016, the Smithsonian Institution will cut the red ribbon to its 19th museum. Taking the last vacant site on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., The National Museum of African American History and Culture houses over 36,000 artifacts telling stories about how African Americans contributed to the foundation of today’s society. We are deeply honored to be a part of this momentous occasion and this important landmark.

Lead designer David Adjaye and lead architect Philip Freelon designed the building by drawing inspiration from cultures such as the Greco-Romans and Africans. The well-recognized, bronze-colored lattice wraps the entire building but also allows natural sunlight to brighten the interior. Adjaye’s exterior design choice was just one factor that helped the building become the first among the Smithsonian museums to earn LEED® Gold certification. The building contains other systems contributing LEED points, including solar hot water panels on the roof, a geothermal groundwater system and our CITY MULTI® Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning system.

To experience this historic opening and learn about history in a comfortable environment, check out the museum’s website to reserve free passes.

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