Company News, Energy Management and Conservation, Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning (HVAC), Americas
Dan Diehl, CEO and Peter M. Hmelyar, Vice President of Sales at Aircuity, will be on hand in Booth #1258 to discuss the enormous benefits of optimizing ventilation with Aircuity’s platform. HVAC represents 30 percent of total energy use in commercial buildings, and is the next frontier of efficiency and productivity gains.
Customers using Aircuity achieve high priority outcomes beyond deep energy savings, including increased occupant safety, productivity, and even improved cognitive function. Benefits for higher education institutions include energy savings, a healthier environment for all occupants, a reduced deferred maintenance backlog, and a reduced spend for operations and maintenance. Other benefits delivered include data analysis for continuous commissioning and helping university buildings support the institution’s core mission. With a validated return on investment of between 2 and 5 years.
Aircuity’s system is implemented in more than 210 higher education institutions, including University of Pennsylvania, University of California Irvine, Northwestern University, Michigan State University, and University of Houston.
Visit Booth # 1258 during the event or find out more at www.aircuity.com.