This webinar will feature Kimberly Llewellyn, Sr Product Manager for Emerging Markets, and Karen McGunagle, Commercial Sales Manager, both at Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US. The webinar will highlight the top sustainability changes on the horizon for commercial HVAC contractors and provide guidance as they join in on the decarbonization movement. It will showcase examples of projects they have been involved with. Included will be one historic building in Connecticut, which became the first net-zero hotel in the US using energy-saving, all-electric products and systems. Another featured project will be the new Credit Human HQ in San Antonio, Texas. 


Attendees will walk away with actionable insight on:  

  • What’s next in commercial building decarbonization, how to prepare and drive revenue.  
  • The Inflation Reduction Act tax deductions for commercial building owners and architects and the impact it will have on demand for energy-efficient and greener equipment like all-electric heat pump HVAC systems and electric water heaters.  
  • The EPA’s refrigerant regulations and how variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems are stepping up to the challenge, reducing the amount of refrigerant used in commercial HVAC while still providing efficiency and comfort.  
  • Passive Buildings and VRF go hand in hand, learn why and review PHIUS/METUS multifamily project highlights.  
  • Avoiding common missteps on the road to redesigning HVAC systems for electrification. 


Commercial Building Owners and Operators 
Engineering Design Firms 
Architectural Design Firms 
Government / Utility Conservation implementers 
Anyone who wants to know about successful decarbonization projects.

Kimberly Llewellyn, Senior Product Manager for Emerging Markets | Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US
Karen McGunagle, Commercial Sales Manager | Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US