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Aircuity CEO on 2022: Big Focus on ESG & Decarbonization for our Life Sciences and Higher Ed Clients

Aircuity (www.aircuity.com), the leader in creating healthy and sustainable buildings, today released a statement noting the increased urgency with which its customers are addressing their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) requirements, and the rapid progress they are making toward stated goals, by tackling building emissions. In 2021 Aircuity helped several top-20 Life Sciences companies establish programs to reduce carbon and create healthier spaces for their occupants. Read more >>

HVAC Upgrades Aim to Reduce School Energy Use, COVID Spread

Though K-12 schools have been replacing outdated HVAC systems in recent years with air quality somewhat in mind, much of the focus of those capital projects had been largely on cutting energy costs and reducing carbon footprints in the fight against climate change. More recently, HVAC upgrades in schools have drawn the spotlight as a potential weapon in the arsenal against COVID-19, according to Dan Diehl, CEO of the indoor ventilation company Aircuity.
Diehl said the need to replace outdated […]

Aircuity Introduces New “Airside” Energy Dashboard

Aircuity developed the new Airside Energy Dashboard at a time when the property owners, developers, and facility managers in the areas of commercial real estate, life sciences, and higher education are bracing for new and more stringent regulations targeting inefficient buildings. Coming to the local, state, and national levels, these looming new requirements impose fines and other penalties for buildings that fail to reduce carbon emissions and other climate change contributors. Read more >>

Aircuity Offers Exhaust Fan Application for California Title 24 Compliance

Aircuity, the leader in creating healthy and sustainable buildings, today announced it is offering the company’s proprietary, industry-first exhaust fan control application in combination with its Lab Efficiency solution to deliver maximum savings and compliance with the requirements of California’s ‘Title 24’ Building Standards Code for energy efficiency in buildings. Aircuity introduced the exhaust fan control application in 2010, recognizing that this “last mile” in lab airside efficiency was a critical complement to the company’s lab ventilation optimization. Read […]

Trane Technologies and Aircuity Help Buildings Reopen and Operate Safely with Indoor Air Quality Monitoring and Management Solution

Global climate innovator Trane Technologies, through its strategic brand Trane®, has joined forces with indoor air quality monitoring, reporting and ventilation management company Aircuity® to provide automated, data-based indoor air quality monitoring and management solutions for building owners. Read more >>

Indoor Air Quality Takes Center Stage During Building Reopening

For building owners and facilities managers, indoor air quality (IAQ) is taking center stage as they plan for safe reopening of workplaces in 2021. IAQ solutions can help reduce the likelihood of airborne disease transmission. New offerings from Honeywell and as a service vendor Aircuity are poised for growth in the IAQ market…

Aircuity monitors many IAQ parameters and designs custom solutions, which are funded through savings from an organization’s operational and energy…Read more >>

Aircuity Introduces “Air Quality as a Service” Solution to Accelerate Safer Building Re-openings

Aircuity, the leading provider of measurably better environments, today introduced “Air Quality as a Service” (AQaaS), a new indoor air quality (IAQ) solution that helps building owners create “healthy buildings” that meet both COVID-19 re-entry and longer term air quality requirements. As an operating expenditure, Aircuity’s AQaaS requires no or low upfront capital, making it easier – and faster – to deploy in existing buildings. Read more >>

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 >>