Rueil-Malmaison (France), March 19, 2018 – Schneider Electric, Danfoss and Somfy announced today that they are partnering to create a Connectivity Ecosystem that aims to accelerate the adoption of connectivity in residential, mid-size building and hotel markets. Committed to openness and interoperability, the three companies combine 300 years of innovation and expertise with the largest global network of trusted installers in the industry.
CO2 is often regarded as the "big problem" when it comes to climate change. While in some regards it is a hazard, in other situations it can be the answer. In fact, when used as a refrigerant, CO2 can make a big difference when it comes to keeping people, products, and our planet cool.As a refrigerant, CO2 has the lowest possible Global Warming Potential (GWP) with a rating of "1" causes zero ozone depletion, it is non-toxic, and non-flammable. This means that people and products can be cooled safely without negatively affecting our planet's climate. It is also exceptionally versatile and can be used in many different cooling applications, including commercial, industrial, and transport applications.
A new report shows that for about 70 million European households, energy costs could be reduced significantly by upgrading heating systems with basic thermostatic radiator valves.
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