News and Awards
Awards and Recognition:
Coolerado receives AHR Expo Innovation Award
The industry’s best and brightest technology will take center stage January 26-28, 2015, in Chicago when the winners of the 2015 AHR Expo Innovation Awards display their winning products at the world’s largest HVACR exposition and conference. (Click for more information)
Coolerado Selected as 2014 New Energy Pioneer by Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the provider of unique analysis, tools and data for decision makers driving change in the energy system, today announced Coolerado as a 2014 New Energy Pioneer. The winners were recognized on stage at the seventh annual Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit in New York (Click for more information)
In 2010, Coolerado was declared Green Business of the Year by the Denver Chamber of Commerce based on merit of proven reduction in energy costs, product sustainability, carbon footprint reduction and involvement in environmentally-focused community programs.
In 2009, Coolerado was recognized by Popular Science magazine in its annual ‘best of what’s new’ article for development of the hybrid H80 unit. According to the editors, “Coolerado’s rooftop air conditioner handles dry weather more than twice as efficiently as anything else, cutting energy consumption in the hottest, most AC-dependent desert areas.”
In 2009, Coolerado was recognized with the first UC Davis Western Cooling Challenge award for its innovative development of the hybrid H80 unit, which exceeded the expectations of increased energy efficiency set by the Department of Energy by 80%.
In 2004, Coolerado was recognized with an R&D 100 award for developing one of the most technologically significant products of the year. Of the companies vying for the awards the previous year, notable winners include 3M, Caterpillar, GE, Lockheed Martin, Mitsubishi, NASA, Dow Chemical, Procter & Gamble, and Toyota.
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