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Aircuity Celebrates National Energy Awareness Month

Aircuity (www.aircuity.com), the indoor air quality company, today celebrated National Energy Awareness Month by recognizing the work done by Aircuity’s cutting-edge clients to reduce their energy impact in the laboratory, K-12 school, university and commercial office industries. By optimizing ventilation with Aircuity, these facilities are significantly reducing both their energy consumption and their carbon footprint, and have saved 76 Billion MBtus to date. Read more >>

Aircuity Upgrades Dashboard with New Analytics Features

Aircuity, creator of measurably better environments, announces a redesigned analytics dashboard with many new features making it even easier to intelligently manage your buildings’ portfolio. Many of the new features were designed to analyze and display indoor environmental quality (IEQ) data making Aircuity’s dashboard a critical part of a healthy building strategy. Read more >>

Aircuity Celebrates 20 Years – Company celebrates the impact made on the environment

Aircuity announced that 2020 marks the company’s 20-year anniversary. “Our founder, Gordon Sharp, is truly an industry pioneer and was ahead of his time when creating Aircuity in 2000,” said Aircuity CEO, Dan Diehl. “We thank our progressive and demanding clients who believed in Aircuity early on and who have helped us continually evolve and improve.”Read more >>”

Aircuity is an Approved Vendor for NYSERDA’s Real-Time Energy Management Program

Aircuity, creator of measurably better environments, announces it has been named a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Qualified Vendor for the Real-Time Energy Management (RTEM) Program. NYSERDA offers a 30% cost-share incentive for building owners to deploy energy management solutions such as Aircuity’s platform. Read more >>

Aircuity Participates in Creating NZE School

Howard County Public Schools set out to construct a 106,221 square foot net zero energy (NZE) middle school to replace an aging facility. The new building was designed to accommodate twice the student population while using half the amount of energy. In addition to the goal of being the first NZE school in Maryland, the project team was targeting a LEED® certification. Read more >>