Mitsubishi Electric Builds $12M Technology Training Center
Mitsubishi Electric says its Thai-based subsidiary, Mitsubishi Electric Kang Yong Watana, has invested over 400 million baht ($12 million) in a new training center that will promote cooling technology education and advance other environmentally sustainable technologies for housing and commercial buildings, including air-conditioning, home-appliance and housing systems.
The Advance & Innovation Center (AI Center) is scheduled to start operating on Aug. 17 in Bangkok.
The company says the demand for “eco-friendly products” is on the rise and it plans to use the new facility to educate people on technological innovations.
The AI Center, a five story building on a 7,700-square-meter property, includes four product-training rooms, a meeting space, and the Advance & Innovation Gallery (AI Gallery), which will enable visitors to experience demonstrations and trial operation of products in five categories; air conditioning systems, ventilation and air circulation, water and sanitation, lighting and renewable energy, and electrical home appliances.
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