Harshaw Trane optimizes buildings for life.  A leading energy management services company within the global Ingersoll Rand/Trane network, we work closely with building owners and design/construction professionals at every phase of a building’s lifecycle.  Our objective is to develop Sustainable Energy Environments for our clients in Kentucky and Southern Indiana.  With  deep levels of experience and dedication, Harshaw Trane has set new standards in energy efficiency, productivity, sustainability, expertise and trust.


Energy Statistics


cars for a year

The school districts working with Harshaw Trane saved enough energy to equal removing 90,641 cars from the road for a year

Nearly 100

of the Commonwealth’s 2017 ENERGY STAR buildings

Nearly 100 of the Commonwealth’s 2017 ENERGY STAR buildings were submitted by Harshaw Trane


NAESCO accredited

One of only 17 entities nationwide to be NAESCO accredited, Kentucky-based Harshaw Trane is the state’s largest and most experienced ESCO


In our 40 years Harshaw Trane has developed the kind of comprehensive knowledge and expertise that allows us to serve an array of markets, creating sustainable energy environments for everything from schools and hospitals to manufacturing facilities large and small.

With our holistic, client-centric approach that goes deep to understand every aspect of our clients' business and mission, Harshaw Trane is as nimble and versatile as we are knowledgeable and trustworthy.

Have a look at the diverse market sectors we support and imagine what we can do for you.


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20-year Guaranteed Energy Savings Contract with annual data analysis

Western Kentucky school district improves HVAC operations and learning environments in partnership with Harshaw Trane. District faced facility issues and a large gap in facility needs versus available capital revenues for 9,700 enrolled students.


Partners & Alliances

  • The Acoustical Society of America generates, disseminates and promotes the knowledge and practical applications of acoustics

  • The Association of Energy Engineers promotes scientific and educational interests of those in the energy industry and foster action for sustainable development

  • The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) is the largest association devoted to professionals who design, build, maintain, and operate hospitals and other health care facilities.

  • Combined Heat & Power Association (CHPA) brings together diverse market interests to promote the growth of clean, efficient local energy generation in the United States.

  • The Illuminating Engineering Society ( IES ) builds upon a century of excellence to create the premier lighting community dedicated to promoting the art and science of quality lighting to its members, allied professional organizations, and the public.

  • Kentucky Association for Economic Development (KAED) is the state’s premier organization dedicated to promoting and facilitating economic development in the Commonwealth.

  • Kentucky Association of Manufacturers is a statewide association dedicated to a better business, tax and labor climate.

  • Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) is a leading advocate and resource for public school boards on behalf of successful students and stronger communities.

  • The Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers (KSHE) is a professional society devoted exclusively to the education, development and expansion of skill and standards of the Environment of Care disciplines, as performed in healthcare facilities.

  • U.S. Green Building Council Kentucky Chapter and its volunteer members are connecting business owners, homeowners, educators, professional and trade organizations, building design and construction teams and policy makers with sustainable approaches to today’s pressing energy, environmental and economic issues. Harshaw Trane is a founding member of the USGBC Kentucky Chapter.



ENERGY STAR partner of energy-efficient products and services, implementing proven energy management strategies while earning the ENERGY STAR label for their buildings.


One of 17 Energy Service Companies (ESCO) accredited by the National Association of Energy Service Companies in the U.S.