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Five Ways to Tell if Micro CHP is Right for Your Home  4/13/18

YANMAR America’s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems were recently featured on the Propane Energy Update website in the story “Five Ways to Tell if Micro CHP is Right for Your Home.” Contributing to the article were Michael Alfano, Regional Sales and Service Manager for YANMAR’s CHP systems, and Kent Thuesen, owner of Thuesen Mechanical […]

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New Tax Credits Benefit VRF and CHP  2/15/18

Two new tax credits that impact YANMAR’s Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) and Combined Heat and Power (CHP ) systems have recently been put into effect. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes a provision which allows certain HVAC products to be immediately expensed. Section 179 of Small Business Expensing states that all components of a […]

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Annual Energy Outlook 2018  2/8/18

The U.S. Energy Information Administration published the 2018 Annual Energy Outlook earlier this week. This report models projections for domestic energy markets through 2050 based on calculated assumptions. Here are a few key projections related to natural gas from this year’s Outlook: Natural gas prices are expected to remain less expensive than electric prices for […]

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HVAC Equipment Market Continues Growth Through 2021  7/6/17

According to the latest HVAC Equipment Market report, the global HVAC market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.9 percent from 2017-2021. The report cites key reasons for the continued growth in the HVAC market, including the growing construction sector. In fact, the latest data from the U.S. Census indicates that during the […]

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Natural Gas or Electricity, Which Costs More? Why?  5/16/17

Which costs more, natural gas or electricity? This is a tough question because you can’t go down to the local store and buy a bucket of electricity or natural gas. But if you could, it would not be measured out in inches, pounds or gallons. Electricity is sold in units of kilowatt-hours, and natural gas is typically […]

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