TORONTO — Flō Energy Solutions is a company involved in the dehumidification, climate control, ventilation, and refrigeration integration space, providing enterprise solutions for supermarket companies across Pan America.
Flō models and develops energy solutions that try and make the food retail environment better for the food they carry, the people they serve and the planet we all live in. Flō is currently collaborating on the patent pending Multi-Flō Reclaim that turns refrigeration waste heat into a resource, reducing energy consumption and fossil fuel emissions. Coupled with Flō’s DOAS+ with adaptive Multi-Path technology, it will hopefully allow food retailers to better use CO2 systems, eliminating more environmentally harmful refrigerants from their operations.
“At Flō we have the best people in food retail—a team of incredible, complementary talent who have designed some of the most advanced solutions that improve the food retail environment,” explained Flō Energy Solutions Founder & CEO, Bryan Elliott. “Collaborative ventures like the CO2 heat reclaim strategy have led to some of the greatest solutions we’ve introduced to our customers. And we have even more innovative design concepts in the works.”
Few things determine a company’s success as much as having a team of talented stars, this according to Elliott. “As we know, talent attracts talent, which is why we are thrilled to announce the additions of industry veterans Steve Toth and Alex Radovan, both of whom bring added support and experience to capitalize on growth opportunities in new markets.”
With experience in HVAC and commercial automation, Steve Toth takes the helm as the newly appointed President of Flō Energy Solutions. Prior to joining Flō, Toth served as Vice President at Honeywell. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Organizational Management from Arkansas’ John Brown University.
Alex Radovan joins Flō as the VP of Global Sales. With a background in systems integration, he spent the past two decades in senior leadership roles driving growth and transformation initiatives for multi-national companies providing HVAC and industrial refrigeration solutions. Radovan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology.