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September 10, 2012

Thermo King unveils new split system solution at BusCon

The BE-550 lightweight bulkhead evaporator is ideal for small- to mid-size bus users such as transit authorities, airport shuttle services and school bus fleets. Three-speed blowers provide optimal pull-down on the evaporator to maximize passenger comfort.


July 7, 2011

Valley Metro debuts solar power-cooled station

Placed in a light rail station shelter in downtown Phoenix to provide air-conditioning to commuters. The station is believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S.


June 17, 2011

Valley Metro to use solar power in cooling system

NRG Thermal LLC is building a system that uses solar power and the company’s downtown district cooling system to provide cooling to the seating areas of the popular 3rd Street/Washington Valley Metro light rail station. Will design and build the system by July 5, the week before the Major League Baseball All-Star game is held in Phoenix.


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