YANMAR's Energy Systems division began operation in 1984, and today has installed more than 256,000 Combined Heat and Power (CHP or cogeneration) and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Natural Gas Heat Pump systems worldwide. Using a YANMAR-designed, lean-burn Miller Cycle Gas Engine, which was developed from the company's world-class diesel engine technology, these environmentally friendly systems are designed for reliability, efficiency, energy conservation, comfort and long-term savings.
Association for Learning Environments Southeast Conference Date: April 2-5, 2017 Location: Hyatt Regency Greenville; Greenville, SC On April 3-5, YANMAR America will be set up as a sponsor tabletop to discuss our VRF and CHP systems with attendees. The Southeast Region / South Carolina Chapter Annual Association for Learning Environments Conference: “Construction to Instruction – Building […]Read full story
It is with great excitement that YANMAR is pleased to announce the Atlanta stop of our 2017 YANMAR Sustainable Energy Tour! WHEN: Friday, April 28 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. WHO: Engineers, Architects, Contractors, Gas Companies, Building Owners and Facility Managers WHERE: 3036 Northeast Parkway #101, Atlanta, GA 30360 SCHEDULE: Time Event 11:00 A.M.- 2:00 […]Read full story
“We are very proud to be the first YANMAR VRF installation at a school in Canada. We hope this unit will provide a better learning environment for our students, and we are excited to see the results of this environmentally-friendly technology in action.” – Steve Feeney, Waterloo Region District School Board