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Field Controls Welcomes New Engineering Manager

KINSTON, N.C. – Field Controls announced the addition of Mark Lundberg as Engineering Manager. Lundberg will be responsible for leading the Field engineering department in the design, development, and production of new products and product lines.  “Mark is a wonderful addition to our team,” said Field President Patrick Holleran. “He has an exceptional record of success in the management of ...

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Field Controls Updates Indoor Air Quality Reference Guide

KINSTON, N.C. – Field Controls has released an update to its Indoor Air Quality reference guide for contractors and distributors. With over 50 pages of helpful information, it includes the fundamentals of indoor air quality plus complete product details, specifications, wiring diagrams, and installation options. It’s everything you need to know about IAQ and the Healthy Home System™. New additions ...

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Industry Veteran Milt Swenson Joins Westmor in New Sales Role

MORRIS, Minn. – Westmor Industries, one of North America’s largest suppliers of fueling equipment and related services, has appointed Milt Swenson to a role in bobtail vessel sales within the manufacturer’s truck and trailer division. “Milt has been a well-known, well-respected member of our industry for a quarter century,” said Mike Hennen, general manager at Westmor Industries. “His experience and ...

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Scully Offers Nozzle Trade-in Program

This time of year is a great time to replace and upgrade worn-out equipment. To reward customer loyalty and celebrate 80 years serving the oil industry, Scully Signal Company is offering a Nozzle Trade-in Program. Through July 15, trade in any existing complete Scully or competitive nozzle for a special discount off of a new Scully delivery nozzle. For more ...

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Great Plains Institute Lauds Legislative Passage of New MN Bioenergy Program

MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Legislature has established a new program aimed at enabling the commercial construction of Minnesota-based facilities that will produce advanced biofuels, renewable chemicals, or biomass thermal energy utilizing agriculture and forestry feedstocks. “We are pleased that a new bioenergy program has been signed into law. The Bioeconomy Production Incentive Program received $2 million in funding for the ...

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AEC: U.S. Oil Production to Remain Steady Despite Sagging Prices

Courtesy of American Energy Coalition Oil production in the United States will continue its muscular output despite falling oil prices, according to federal estimates reported recently by USA Today. The national oil boom that sent crude production soaring last year and contributed to plummeting oil prices will continue its steady flow of crude this year and next, the article states. ...

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SEIA Unveils First ‘SEIA Residential Consumer Guide to Solar Power’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In an effort to lead by example and further educate residential solar consumers across America, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is launching the first SEIA Residential Consumer Guide to Solar Power. Available online, the free guide offers those interested in solar power a one-stop shop to better understand the basics of solar energy and ownership options, ...

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Still Time to Register for PPA Summer Conference

OCEAN CITY, Md. — With the reauthorization of NORA, it is time to give serious thought to the development of new technologies in the heating area. Last year, an R&D planning meeting was held to address just this question. This past winter, NORA completed their first R&D call and selection process. There are a lot of things that inform and influence ...

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