Sustainable investing has outperformed the average of its asset classes in 2021 and global sustainable fund assets reached almost USD 2 trillion at the end of the first quarter of 2021 proving a continued strong public interest in environmental, social, and governance issues.
In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day 2021, TEI’s female engineers share their engineering heroes in keeping with the theme of its eighth annual celebration.
Earlier this month TEI’s Technical Director, Sam Mawby, was invited to deliver a presentation at the Richmond Energy Business Forum International. With customers actively stepping up their energy efficiency efforts in response to internal and Governmental carbon targets, Sam met with representatives from some of Europe’s biggest energy users to explain how Thermal Energy can support them in reducing their carbon emissions through TEI’s expanded portfolio of Heat Recovery solutions.
Last week, at the Marcus Evan’s Petrochemical & Refining Online Summit, Thermal Energy’s David Coletta, Gary Brooks, and Mike Mckissick presented our energy efficiency solutions to Engineering Managers and Directors, Site Managers, Senior Process Engineers, and other representatives from over a dozen Petrochemical organizations at locations from Pennsylvania to Texas. The recurring theme from many of those plants was the exorbitant cost of leaking steam traps, and the simple and obvious solution, replacing them with traps that don’t leak. Easy, right?
Yesterday, Thermal Energy’s TEI Sales Manager, Caribbean & Latin America, Tony Bezares, was invited to deliver a presentation at Canada Supply Day 2.0 on strategies that industrial manufacturers can implement which will ensure they are achieving optimal energy recovery at their sites.
Last week, Thermal Energy attended PaperWeek Canada 2020, at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. As PAPTAC’s flagship conference and tradeshow, serving the pulp, paper, and forest products industry, it is a valuable platform for exchanging industry best practices with pulp and paper mills from across the country, as well as showcase Thermal Energy’s energy-efficiency solutions.
To celebrate the 2019 holiday season, Thermal Energy would like to share with you, a festive, magical story of energy efficiency miracles that came true for many clever customers this year.
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On June 23rd, Thermal Energy celebrated International Women in Engineering Day. INWED is an international awareness campaign to raise the profile of women in engineering and focuses attention on the amazing career opportunities available to girls in this exciting industry. The theme for 2019 is #TransformTheFuture.
Thermal Energy hosts a great deal of diversity, including a strong team of female engineers. In order to celebrate this and INWED1919, we put together a video of our team sharing some of their goals for the future as female engineers.
“With carbon regulations being developed on provincial and federal levels of government, Canadian industry is being challenged by new benchmarks, timelines, pricing and rules. If your company or association needs to understand the risks and opportunities presented by the new carbon regulations, then you are encouraged to stop by TEI’s booth and learn about our cleantech technologies for reducing carbon emissions and increasing competitiveness.” says Antoine Hofer, Technical Sales Director at Thermal Energy
Today at 12 pm EDT, TEI’s Guy Bonneau, Business Development Manager, Cogeneration Solutions, will be presenting CHES Webinar # 4 on Simple and Permanent Reduction in Steam Line Losses.
Steam is the most commonly used medium to distribute heat in health care facilities, due to its high energy content and the ease with which its temperature can be regulated. Steam gives up its useful energy as it condenses to water.