WASHINGTON, D.C. — Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) applauded the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the Working Families Flexibility Act of 2017 (H.R. 1180).
WASHINGTON — Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) took the concerns of the HVACR industry straight to Washington via its annual HARDI Congressional Fly-In May 23-24.
I recently watched an episode of the television show, “60 Minutes,” which talked about America’s addiction to mobile devices. It spurred some internal thought about my habits and the attention spans of my fellow humans, which seem to be growing shorter. With shorter attention spans and an economy that is more and more based on fulfilling our impulse needs, it seems as if everyone is rushing to be first, even if that means sacrificing quality.
Industry experts foresee installations for geothermal energy systems in the North American market to remain stable for the next two to three years based on existing factors such as cost, government grants, and tax incentives to people and businesses looking for ways to tap into long-term energy sources.
By the time you read this, we will be in the closing days of the 2016 campaign. As someone who has eagerly followed campaigns, elections and government for some time, I have to say that this campaign has at times sucked the life out of me.
WASHINGTON — A record number of distributors, wholesalers, and manufacturer’s representatives from across the U.S. took their issues and concerns directly to Capitol Hill during the eighth annual HARDI Congressional Fly-In, held May 24-25 in Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON — In the year since the new regional energy conservation standards for split-system and single package central air conditioners took effect Jan. 1, 2015, the HVACR industry has adapted as best it can to the new energy conservation standards in the absence of any enforcement guidance from the DOE.