ASHRAE to expand member services globally

ASHRAE has approved 14 strategies to strengthen its role as a global resource for HVAC/R practices through expanded membership services and cooperation with associations.


ASHRAE has approved strategies to strengthen its role as a global resource for HVAC/R practices through expanded membership services and cooperation with associations.

These strategies include the Board of Directors incorporating into its strategic plan Strategies for a Global Environment . Through the 14 strategies in the plan, ASHRAE aims to expand the amount and the quality of information and services available to its members.

  • Developing expertise in HVAC/R technologies to embrace whole building sustainable design and be one of the most valuable global resources for publications and educational products related to sustainable HVAC/R technology.

  • Cooperating with organizations with shared objectives and strengthening the ASHRAE Associate Societies Alliance.

  • Supporting, in cooperation with national associations, a uniform, international standard for credentialing in the disciplines and practices of HVAC/R. Actively supporting and participating in international standard development activities.

  • Providing enhanced staff support outside of the United States.

  • Aligning its business practices to better serve members globally.

  • Pursuing, in cooperation with national societies or independently, conferences and exhibitions outside North America.

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