Fujitsu Promotes Dennis Stinson to Director of National Accounts

Stinson has more than 20 years experience in HVAC industry
(April 18, 2019)
Fujitsu General America has promoted Dennis P. Stinson to Director of National Accounts. Stinson will be responsible for supporting key national accounts, working in concert with the sales team to support growth in all product segments. Before joining Fujitsu in 2015, Stinson served as HVAC Department Manager for Harry Eklof and Associates. He was with the company for 19 years.… FULL ARTICLE >>

Mark Kuntz tapped as Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US’s new CEO

He is tasked with promoting METUS' business growth in HVAC
(April 17, 2019)
Mark Kuntz has been promoted to CEO of Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US (METUS). In his new role, Kuntz will lead the development, promotion and execution of METUS’ business growth strategy and manages all METUS departments. Kuntz reports to the Board of Directors. “Mark brings incredible leadership, management and HVAC industry expertise to this position,” said Masafumi Ando, Chairman of… FULL ARTICLE >>

NPGA Expo opens in Atlanta

Annual propane show at GWCC
(April 14, 2019)
ATLANTA–The NPGA Southeastern Convention began Saturday evening at the Georgia Word Congress Center in downtown Atlanta. The 3-day event opened with a reception on the trade show floor,  Sunday and Monday also have show hours in addition to various education and business seminars. Indoor Comfort Marketing is an exhibitor, our Mar/Apr print issue and 2019 Indoor Comfort Showcase are available… FULL ARTICLE >>

Maine Dems introduce bill to add fee to wholesale price of heating oil, propane

(April 4, 2019)
Article courtesy: WGME, Fox 23 AUGUSTA (WGME) — Nine democrats have introduced a bill to add a fee onto the wholesale price of heating oil, propane and other fuels. The bill’s sponsor says money from his proposed heating fuel tax would go to make homes more energy efficient, but opponents say the tax will hurt the very people he’s trying… FULL ARTICLE >>

Bill to double heating-oil tax advances in Vermont House

Gov disagrees, hasn't committed to veto
(March 28, 2019)
Article courtesy: By: Spencer Conlin MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont Gov. Phill Scott told reporters Thursday that a proposal to double the tax on home heating oil is a step in the wrong direction, but he has not yet decided whether he’ll attempt to veto the bill if it gets to his desk. House lamakers approved the measure Wednesday and say the… FULL ARTICLE >>
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