In campaigns promoting his composite precast/steel insulated modular panel, ThermalShell Technologies, Inc. President John Biesiadecki now is able to
In campaigns promoting his composite precast/steel insulated modular panel, ThermalShell Technologies, Inc. President John Biesiadecki now is able to feature endorsements by politicians and academicians. Rep. Bill Foster (D-IL, 14th District) expressed enthusiastic support for the panel design and affirmed his willingness to sign a letter of recommendation after examining a product sample during a mid-summer meeting with Biesiadecki. The producer emphasizes that the Congressman, a physicist with an engineering degree, commended ThermalShell’s technology after thorough questioning upon presentation of the wall segment.
Additionally, M. Kostic, Ph.D., P. Eng., professor of Mechanical Engineering at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill., cited the Sycamore, Ill.-based precaster in a signed statement entreating local, state, and national government officials, as well as community activists, leaders, and business administrators, to promote energy conservation via programs and investments creating opportunities for Illinois businesses that offer ÎgreenÌ construction technologies. Renowned internationally and a ÎgreenÌ advocate for three decades, Biesiadecki notes, the professor carried his message of energy conservation last year to China and more recently to conferences in Switzerland and Spain.
In a letter, Professor Kostic noted, President Obama recently referred to Îsuperior insulated windowsÌ in Pittsburgh. We have even more superior wall and roof panels made in Illinois. A small business, ThermalShell Technologies [www.ThermalShell.com] has the potential to contribute to substantial energy conservation by retrofitting existing buildings and in new construction÷I challenge all concerned to promote and support such Illinois businesses in contributing to national and state stimulus projects.