Trane China has formally joined the Bayer EcoCommercial Building Program. Bayer MaterialScience AG, a global polymer manufacturer, founded the program to offer decision-makers a unique combination of technical service and material solutions concerning energy-saving and high cost-efficiency buildings.
According to reliable statistics from World Business Council for Sustainable Development, buildings are responsible for 40 percent of global energy consumption, of which 45-65 percent is used by HVAC systems. EcoCommercial Building Program aims to bring together the best materials, systems and technologies to construct energy-efficient office buildings and business premises to suit the climatic conditions.
Trane will contribute leading-edge, energy-saving concepts and technology to the program. For instance, our customized air conditioning system solutions are able to help Chinese clients reduce operational costs and minimize negative influence on the environment.
Dr. Wen Ming, China project manager of the Bayer EcoCommercial Building Program, said “Rising energy prices force us to pursue more effective air-conditioning systems. Trane’s participation is no doubt a great impetus for this program to be successful in China. ”
In close collaboration with Bayer MaterialScience and other partners within the program, Trane China plans to offer comprehensive solutions to domestic real estate developers and business leaders and to create eco-building prototypes to support the growth of sustainable construction.
“China presents a massive market. Leading multinationals from various industries and disciplines should work together like this to drive sustainability with their advanced technologies,” said Tang Qi, President, Trane China.
Rather than treating a product in isolation, Trane focuses on enhancing the HVAC system as a whole. Through optimized designs, we are able to achieve the highest level of efficiency. And Trane’s after-sale service helps the client’s equipment maintain optimal performance. The partnership between Trane and Bayer MaterialScience is certain to create tangible energy-saving results for sustainable development.
Trane is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ingersoll Rand that manufactures, manages and services HVAC equipment systems or controls for nearly half the commercial buildings in the United States, as well as buildings all over the world.