Energy Air Solutions Honored

Energy Solutions Air has designed and manufactured the ESA 1000, a controller-driven heat exchanger designed for northern climates. It can operate in the presence of frost or ice, in addition to the particles contained in the stale air to be evacuated.
In addition, each device reduces annual emissions by the equivalent of those of two or three cars.

Energy Solutions Air has received Regional Recognition for this innovative project, awarded as part of the special 100th anniversary edition of the Recognition Evening organized by the Ordre des ingénieurs in collaboration with the volunteers of the Estrie Regional Committee.

“For 100 years, women and men of genius from different regions have been innovating to build the Quebec of tomorrow. By promoting professional excellence, the Order wishes to inspire members of the profession and to highlight the essential contribution of engineers to the evolution of our society, “said College President Kathy Baig during the event. recently held at the Cultural Center of the Université de Sherbrooke.

This evening was also an opportunity to celebrate those who, at the end of their juniorate period, have obtained their engineering license in the last 12 months. They can now work in full autonomy.

During the past year, 114 professionals have obtained this permit in the region. The Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec has more than 3800 members in Estrie. Of these, more than 13 percent are women and more than seven percent have been educated abroad.

At the beginning of 2020, the Order will blow its hundredth candle. This evening was therefore an opportunity to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Order with the members of Estrie and to highlight the contribution of engineers to the development of the region.

In the coming months, several other activities will be organized as part of the Order’s 100th anniversary celebrations, such as a Gala of Excellence at the Montréal Science Center on May 27th.

The Order brings together some 65,000 engineering professionals from all disciplines, with the exception of forest engineering.

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