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June 6, 2013
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Bosch has officially opened its Experience Center within a sustainable community south of Atlanta called Serenbe. A ceremony was held May 31 for the grand opening, which included an audience of state and local officials, industry professionals, trade media representatives, and Serenbe developers,

Richard Soper, president of Bosch Thermotechnology North America, served as master of ceremonies and explained during his opening remarks that the Bosch Experience Center at Serenbe is the first of its kind in North America. It will serve as a teaching and interactive demonstration center for a variety of Bosch products and technologies on display.

The Experience Center showcases a suite of Bosch energy-efficient solutions, including aluminum structural materials from Bosch Rexroth, Energy Star-recognized appliances, diesel systems, heating and cooling technology, power tools, security and sound systems, and a solar photovoltaic panel.    

Mike Mansuetti, president of Robert Bosch LLC, spoke about how establishing the Bosch Experience Center at Serenbe is aligned with the values of the company’s founder Robert Bosch, and how the 127-year old global company is dedicated to “providing technological answers to ecological questions.” 

For complete details on the Bosch Experience Center, visit www.BoschExperienceCenter.com. To learn more about the Serenbe community, visit www.serenbecommunity.com.

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