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MHI Thermal Systems to Launch 31 Models of Residential-use Air-Conditioners for the Japanese Market in 2024

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Monday, March 11, 2024

- Two types of sensors, and functions using ions and ozone provide comfort and cleanliness (S Series / SK Series)

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  • - Two types of sensors, and functions using ions and ozone provide comfort and cleanliness (S Series / SK Series)
    TOKYO, Mar 11, 2024 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd., a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, will launch 31 new models of residential-use air-conditioners for the Japanese market for 2024.
  • The new models in five series will be released starting April 1.
  • Together these new models provide comfortable living spaces for diverse lifestyles.
  • In addition, the AI learns how the room cools and warms, and adjusts automatically for comfortable and energy-saving operation.

Yamaha Rightwaters Lends Support to Tennessee Wildlife Federation Water Conservation Policy Efforts

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Thursday, October 19, 2023

Yamaha Rightwaters™ continues its support of Tennessee Wildlife Federation (TWF) by donating $10,000 toward ensuring Tennessee’s abundant water resources flourish through conservation policy efforts.

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  • Yamaha Rightwaters™ continues its support of Tennessee Wildlife Federation (TWF) by donating $10,000 toward ensuring Tennessee’s abundant water resources flourish through conservation policy efforts.
  • TWF is a consistent advocate for science-based, common-sense policy solutions to problems facing our wildlife, nature and water.
  • View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20231019324985/en/
    “Water is one of Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s biggest priorities when it comes to our advocacy work,” said Horace Tipton, director of conservation policy, Tennessee Wildlife Federation.
  • “Yamaha Rightwaters is dedicated to promoting clean water through various conservation efforts,” said Joshua Grier, Manager, Sustainability, Yamaha U.S. Marine Business Unit.

Learn with Leaders launches the biggest social impact fellowship for the youth with organizations at Harvard and MIT

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Monday, October 18, 2021

The Fellowship aims to facilitate experiential learning through global and cross-cultural networking and team-based learning.

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  • The Fellowship aims to facilitate experiential learning through global and cross-cultural networking and team-based learning.
  • We can't wait to see the innovative solutions these young minds develop,' said Jessica Wu, Director of Internal Relations, HPAIR.
  • The Fellowship is enriched through LIHC's Leadership Curriculum and the Institute's network of mentors who are coaching Fellows on social change through effective leadership.
  • We want to transform the next generation into path-breaking change-makers making a mark on this world with their social impact journeys.