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Welbilt Named 2017 ENERGY STAR Partner of Year Sustained Excellence

April 06, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Welbilt has been named a 2017 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year—Sustained Excellence Award winner for continued leadership in protecting our environment through superior energy efficiency achievements. Welbilt’s accomplishments will be recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, D.C. on April 26.

Welbilt, an ENERGY STAR partner since 2001, will be honored for its long-term commitment to energy efficiency by receiving eight years of award winning excellence. Currently participating and offering seven product brands in seven ENERGY STAR categories, including fryers, ice machines, refrigerators & freezers, steam cookers, griddles, hot holding cabinets, and ovens. Significantly increasing the number of ENERGY STAR products offered in its Frymaster fryer line and product sales for Koolaire ENERGY STAR qualified ice machines.

“Welbilt truly values our partnership with ENERGY STAR,” says Caitlin Rodgers, VP Marketing Communication & Services.” It’s exciting to see the impact we’ve made through our commercial foodservice equipment and we remain committed to continuing our work to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect the environment.”

In 2015 alone, ENERGY STAR and its partners saved American businesses and consumers 503 billion kilowatt hours and $34 billion dollars on their energy bills, while achieving broad emission reductions.

The 2017 Partner of the Year—Sustained Excellence Awards are bestowed upon a diverse set of organizations that have demonstrated continued leadership in energy efficiency. Winners hail from small, family-owned businesses to Fortune 500 organizations—representing energy-efficient products, services, new homes, and buildings in the commercial, industrial, and public sectors.

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