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Mitsubishi and Earth Advantage Team Up to Promote Energy Efficient Mini Split Systems

Mini split systems are a great choice for high performance builders to improve comfort, energy efficiency, and indoor air quality.

In 2016, Mitsubishi Cooling and Heating formed the Performance Construction Team.  The Mitsubishi Performance Construction Team has specialists with expertise in building science, mechanical engineering, utility energy efficiency programs, and HVAC systems. 

The primary mission of the Mitsubishi Performance Construction Team is to provide building science support to high performance residential builders and their HVAC contractors for energy efficient mini-split systems.  Mitsubishi’s Performance Construction team also works closely with allied organizations such as EEBA, Earth Advantage, Washington State Built Green, verifiers, and utility energy efficiency programs.

The Mitsubishi Performance Construction Team is excited to work with Earth Advantage to promote energy efficient mini split systems to the high performance residential construction market in the Pacific Northwest.

Mitsubishi and Earth Advantage will be providing a free training session on “Mini Split systems for High Performance Homes” on November 7th at 4pm at the Earth Advantage Portland office (see flyer).  Pizza and beer will be provided after the training.  The training session is open to all builders, HVAC contractors, and other allies. If you plan to attend this training event please send your RSVP to gdavenport@hvac.mea.com.   

For more information on Mitsubishi energy efficient systems please see www.mitsubishicomfort.com.
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