BC Comfort is Increasing Energy Savings Through Energy Efficiency Partnership with Transformative Wave

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A trial installation of Transformative Wave’s CATALYST is forecasted to achieve 30% energy savings in commercial applications such as major shopping centres.

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BC Comfort, a Vancouver-based commercial and industrial HVAC contractor, is pleased to announce they have signed a partnership agreement with Transformative Wave, developer of the CATALYST, and have become an official Affiliate Partner. As an Affiliate Partner, BC Comfort is a certified installer and reseller of the CATALYST, serving the Vancouver, BC market.

“Our recent partnership with Transformative Wave allows us to provide an innovative product to our clients that is proven to help reduce energy costs and benefit their businesses greatly,” says Rob Noel, President of BC Comfort.

Transformative Wave is the developer of the CATALYST, a complete HVAC energy efficiency upgrade for existing constant volume HVAC systems. Co-invented by Danny Miller, President of Transformative Wave, the CATALYST radically lowers the energy use of such systems while also improving performance. The CATALYST has a proven track record of reducing overall energy use by 25 to 40 percent in a cost-effective manner.

The benefits of the CATALYST can be seen in a recent trial installation at Richmond Centre, a major shopping mall. Multiple CATALYST systems were installed by BC Comfort in conjunction with BC Hydro Power Smart. At a recent Power Smart breakfast, potential energy savings of 30% were forecasted following the installation of the CATALYST in this application.

To learn more about how the CATALYST can reduce energy consumption and operational expenses for your business, contact BC Comfort.

About BC Comfort:

For over four decades, BC Comfort has served Vancouver businesses with mechanical engineering services. BC Comfort provides service through all phases of a project, as well as after completion. With a commitment to providing sustainable comfort, BC Comfort offers plumbing, HVACR, building automation, LEED & sustainable design, energy assessment & modeling, sustainable building design, and design build services for commercial and industrial facilities. More information can be found via the company’s website, http://www.bccomfort.com.

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