Multistack LLC has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) to provide discounted energy-efficient, modular water chillers to qualified C40 cities and private building owners in the C40.
Multistack LLC has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI), a project of the William J. Clinton Foundation, to provide discounted energy-efficient, modular water chillers to qualified C40 cities and private building owners in the C40. The C40 is a group of the world's largest cities committed to fighting climate change by reducing greenhouse gases.
"We are proud to be a part of what the Clinton Climate Initiative is doing to change the way we think about energy, emissions and the environment," says Mark Platt, president and CEO of the Sparta, Wis.-based chiller maker. "We at Multistack believe it is not only possible but practical to do the right thing environmentally, while expanding the business opportunities that drive our global economy."
The MOU involves discounts on the portfolio of Multistack products available to the C40 cities. These discounts will help accelerate the conversion of less efficient chillers that also contain large quantities of old refrigerants to high efficiency chillers with micro-charges of new refrigerants. The modular platform of the Multistack chiller design allows building owners to replace older equipment with just what is needed to optimally meet the current building needs, knowing they can add additional capacity easily in the future if necessary. By avoiding the need for major construction on retrofit projects, modularity often can provide installation cost reductions, thereby further reducing overall project cost and total operating costs.
Multistack to Provide Energy-Efficient Chillers to C40 Cities
September 24, 2009