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College Expands Air Conditioning Training

More and more people throughout the country are taking an interest in air conditioning. In response, some institutions are expanding their air conditioning training. Consider a recent article for the Deer Park Broadcaster titled “College to expand training in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration.”The author of the article writes, “San Jacinto College is introducing new [...]

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Air Conditioning and Churches

Going to church service on a hot Sunday with no air conditioning can be miserable. How are you supposed to get the word when you can’t concentrate because you are sweating all over yourself and feeling uncomfortable. Consider a recent article for Patheos titled “Should churches use air conditioning?” The author of the article writes, “The [...]

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Air Conditioning Stirs Controversy on Florida Bus

The recurring issue of air conditioning in schools extends beyond just the classroom. A recent story shows the issue is just as important on the school bus. Consider a recent article for WFLA 8 titled “Driver accused of turning off air conditioning on hot Florida school bus.” The author of the article writes, “Parents of students [...]

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Heatwave Scorches Kerala

There is nothing that showcases the need for a quality air conditioning system like a heatwave. Consider a recent article for the Times of India titled “No respite from heatwave; temperatures reach 29-year high in Kerala.” The author of the article writes, “The heatwave continued to sweep the central and southern states of the country, with [...]

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Another School Will Have Air Conditioning Next Year

It’s hard for children to learn when they are hot, sweaty, and uncomfortable in all of their classrooms. This is why many school districts throughout the country are updating or at least discussing updating their air conditioning systems. Consider a recent article for DNA Info titled “Christ The King Students, Parishioners Will Have Air Conditioning [...]

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​Portable Air Conditioners & Energy Efficiency

The Department of Energy is making big changes. One of those changes has to do with portable air conditioners. Consider a recent article for NRDC titled “Portable Air Conditioners on Course for Their First Efficiency Standards.” Lauren Urbanek of NRDC writes, “Though it may be hard to believe given that parts of the Northeast had snow [...]

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​Air Conditioning in Wythe Schools

The issue of making sure adequate air conditioning is in schools only seems to be getting more serious throughout the country. Children need to learn. They also need conditions that are conducive to learning. The latest battleground is Wythe. Consider a recent article for SWVA Today titled “ Air conditioners to be added to Wythe schools.” Millie [...]

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White House Warns US About 2030 Heat Wave

If people really want to examine how important air conditioning could be, look to heat waves of the future. Consider a recent article for USA Today titled “Summer of 2030 heat wave could kill 11,000, White House says.” Gregory Korte of USA Today writes, “Extreme temperatures linked to climate change could cause an additional 11,000 heat-related [...]

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Struggling to Put Air Conditioning in Classrooms

Classrooms across the country are in need of air conditioning. Students need the proper conditions to get the most out of their academic experience. Consider a recent article for West Hawaii Today titled “DOE struggles to balance costs with need for air-conditioning in classrooms.” Kirsten Johnson of West Hawaii Today writes, “Fans were blowing, the door [...]

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Non-Air Conditioned Schools Brace for Heatwave

As spring kicks into full gear, air conditioning is becoming more of a pressing issue for many schools. Consider a recent article for the FOX 2 titled “South Bay schools brace for heat; some don't have air conditioning.” The author of the article writes, “Some South Bay schools are bracing for tomorrow's heat. Lucha Elementary doesn't [...]

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