Bosch announces 2014 Green Living Awards winners
Londonderry, New Hampshire – Bosch Thermotechnology Corp. has announced the winning entries in its 2nd annual Green Living Awards contest. For 2014 Bosch considered entries for commercial and residential projects using Bosch products and awarded prizes for what was judged to be the top three projects in each category.
The First Place Award winners are:
For Commercial Bid-Spec: PEPCO Energy Services, Arlington, VA
Presented to David Benham, Construction Manager, PEPCO
Application Summary: PEPCO Energy Services retrofitted the HVAC systems in a total of nine Spartanburg County, SC schools to boost energy efficiency by using geothermal heat pumps from Bosch/FHP. The upgrades are anticipated to save the school district $185,000 in energy savings annually and more than $3.5 million over the contract term, and reduce the schools’ carbon footprint level some 25% below year 2000 levels, as mandated by the Palmetto state. Bosch products included Bosch/FHP LV and EC water-source heat pumps and a TRS rooftop unit.
For Residential/Wholesale: James Brown Plumbing, Heating & Air
Conditioning, West Chester, PA
Presented to Scott Brown, Installer, James Brown Plumbing,
Heating & Air Conditioning
Application Summary: James Brown Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning installed Bosch heating, hot water and air conditioning products in a relocated historic home in Malvern, PA that was expanded and relocated. The 5-1/2 bathroom home features radiant heated floors in the new addition and master bedroom. Bosch products included a Bosch Greenstar boiler with a Buderus indirect storage tank and a water-to-water Bosch TW061 geothermal heat pump as the primary heating and air conditioning source for the home.