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Sign This Letter on Equipment Needs for Building Electrification

We need to eliminate toxic fossil fuels from our buildings. This joint letter to HVAC equipment manufacturers asks them to address the gaps in the equipment that’s currently available.

Have you been moving toward electrifying HVAC systems but struggling to find the equipment you need?

Many engineers are in this position—and the Sustainable MEP Leaders are trying to change that. The Sustainable MEP Leaders peer network brings together the most committed sustainability directors from leading MEP design firms throughout North America. Members are in a sustainability leadership role at a firm with a substantial MEP design practice and a passion for helping transform the building and design industry.

Now, by signing this joint letter, other MEP firms can join them in asking HVAC manufacturers to address the gaps in the equipment that is currently available. Not with an MEP practice but want to get involved? Stay tuned--there will be more outreach and engagement opportunities coming in January 2020.

If you're at an MEP practice that wants to sign on, provide your logo here. You can do that by using the "Add to album" button in the top right corner.

Questions? Please contact BuildingGreen’s Peer Networks Manager, RoseAnn Grimes, at



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UPDATE: Version 1 of the letter was posted on January 17, 2020. If you are with a large MEP practice and want to join in this effort (and network), you can still add your logo to the folder and apply to join the network here.




Published December 11, 2019

Melton, P. (2019, December 11). Sign This Letter on Equipment Needs for Building Electrification. Retrieved from

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