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Awards

energyawards

Energy Awards – 2016 Energy Efficient Product of the Year HVAC&R

rac

RAC Cooling Industry Awards – Innovation of the Year 2016

enviro-leader

Environmental Leader – Top Product of the Year 2015

2016

ColoradoBiz Magazine –  2016 Top 250 MADE in Colorado Companies

2015

ColoradoBiz Magazine –  2015 Top 250 MADE in Colorado Companies

garfield

Garfield County – 2012 Clean Energy Contractor Innovation Award

Press Releases

December 6th, 2016

FridgeWize Winner of Coveted 2016 International Energy Award

October 18th, 2016

FridgeWize is Finalist in 2016 Energy Awards

October 6th, 2016

FridgeWize Wins RAC Innovation of the Year Award

June 29th, 2016

FridgeWize is Finalist in RAC Cooling Industry Awards 2016

October 15th, 2015

FridgeWize Announces Strategic Move Into Kansas City

May 14th, 2015

FridgeWize Q Blade Named Top Product of the Year by Environmental Leader

Media Kit

Media Inquiries

For media and press inquiries, please contact:

Colleen Hickman
colleen@fridgewize.com

CompanyWeek

“On the Western Slope, Ryan and Juan Grobler have gone from the rugby scrum to the world of energy-efficient refrigeration, with very cool results.”

energymanager2

“FridgeWize is targeting larger hotels, hospitals and office buildings with its new high efficiency HVAC EC motors.”

Loding

“FridgeWize’s Q12 and Q10 evaporator motor fan blades enable enterprise clients with refrigeration units to save money on their utility bills.”

CStoreDecisions

When installed in conjunction with the FridgeWize EC motor, the combination sets new industry standards in energy-efficiency worldwide.”

FMrevised

“FridgeWize… empowers business owners and facility managers to save money on utility bills and minimize their carbon footprint.”

ccn

“A dramatic improvement from aluminum and plastic blades commonly used in refrigeration systems… engineered to significantly reduce energy consumption.”

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