Emerson's Warren Beeton Receives AHRI Distinguished Service Award

Warren Beeton, vice president of engineering for the Refrigeration Division of Emerson Climate Technologies, has received the Richard C. Shultze Distinguished Service Award from the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI).

The award selection was made by industry colleagues, and is given to recognize distinguished service and commitment to AHRI and the goals and objectives of the industry.

“Our industry has benefited immeasurably from Warren’s contributions,” says Stephen Yurek, president, Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute. “His many years of dedicated service and expertise on behalf of our industry in the areas of compressor technology, commercial refrigeration, research and standards have been an inspiration to his colleagues.”

In addition to his duties as vice president of engineering and technology business leader, Beeton will now also provide leadership for Emerson Climate Technologies’ regulatory and sustainability efforts, reporting to Emerson’s new sustainability steering committee. He will represent Emerson Climate Technologies on the board of the Alliance for a Responsible Atmospheric Policy, participate in committees for American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and AHRI, and work with government regulators and legislators on sustainability and environmental issues.

“Warren has been a well respected technical expert in our industry for quite some time,” says Ed Purvis, Emerson group vice president, Emerson Climate Technologies, Refrigeration. “In his expanded role, he will develop strategies in support of our business and sustainability objectives, influence legislation, regulations and standards consistent with our sustainability goals and be our voice to customers on environmental, technical and regulatory issues. We are truly excited to have Warren on board as we push to further our efforts and reach out to the industry.”

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