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Trane Technologies leads climate change fight with sustainable HVAC solutions

Published Sep 19, 2023 09:54PM ET
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New York-based Trane Technologies (NYSE:TT), a prominent player in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) sector, is at the forefront of discussions surrounding climate change mitigation this week. The company's focus on reducing carbon emissions from heating and cooling buildings, which contributes to around 15% of global carbon emissions, has positioned it as a leader in the fight against climate change.

On Tuesday, Trane's CEO, Dave Regnery, highlighted several technologies that are contributing to this effort. High-efficiency chillers and thermal energy storage systems are among these innovations. These systems function like large-scale ice makers, allowing building managers to produce ice during off-peak electricity hours and use it for cooling during the day. This technology not only reduces operating costs but also eases pressure on the electricity grid by reducing peak demand.

Trane has also been employing building automation technology. The integration of thermal management into commercial buildings has proved beneficial for the company, helping offset any economic downturns. Despite flat HVAC markets in Europe, Trane's commercial HVAC business saw a high-teens percentage increase in the second quarter.

Financial analysts predict steady growth for Trane in the coming years. Annual sales are expected to rise between 5% and 6%, accompanied by an over 10% increase in annual earnings. Trane's shares currently trade at about 21.8 times estimated earnings over the next year, higher than the S&P 500 average of around 18.4 times. This robust growth has led to a higher-than-average valuation for Trane.

However, this higher valuation has made Wall Street hesitant, with only about 36% of analysts recommending a Buy rating on the stock, compared to the S&P 500 average Buy-rating ratio of approximately 55%. The average analyst price target for Trane's shares is around $216, roughly $13 more than its current trading value.

As of the most recent Tuesday trading session, Trane's shares have seen an increase of about 21% year to date and approximately 28% over the past year.

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Trane Technologies leads climate change fight with sustainable HVAC solutions
 

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