Climate Control Group Appoints New Chief Technology Officer

Climate Control Group publicly announced today that it has named Kevin Keller as its new Chief Technology Officer. In his new role, Kevin Keller will accelerate engineering and manufacturing innovations with a focus on sustainability. He brings leadership to drive the development of new technologies toward decarbonization and deliver industry-leading solutions for the upcoming refrigerant transition, as a member of the executive team.

“Kevin brings an extensive experience in leading change,” said Kevin McNamara, Chief Operating Officer at Climate Control Group. “He has a history of driving towards big goals, using technology for exponential growth and most important of all – winning. I like winning and so does Kevin. So does the Climate Control Group.”

Mr. Keller is a senior-level engineering executive with over twenty years of experience maximizing efficiency to drive revenue & profit growth. He has driven success through business expansion opportunities by leading extensive use of technology, aligning processes with evolving markets, and leading Global R&D efforts. At Climate Control Group, he will apply these skills to lead the collaborative efforts of the company’s brands that include ClimateMaster, IEC, ClimateCraft and ClimaCool.

When asked about his goals as CTO, Kevin Keller replied, “I am placing immediate emphasis on new product development for all brands. Innovation is the key to propelling CCG into the future for both equipment and controls.”

Prior to accepting this position at Climate Control Group, Kevin Keller has served as a trusted advisor and strategist to executives, management teams, and organizational partners to help companies navigate challenging times. Kevin brings 25+ years of experience with 10 of those at Johnson Controls in various leadership positions.

Written by Nizel Pradhan

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