DOE Awards enVerid $2.4M for Ventilation Technology
The Department of Energy awarded enVerid Systems $2.4 million to accelerate the deployment of the company’s HVAC Load Reduction (HLR) technology.
enVerid’s scrubber modules use materials developed in part through universities and the DOE’s National Energy Technology Lab.
The HLR Module actively captures and removes indoor contaminants that necessitate air replacement. By removing molecular contaminants from the air, less fresh air needs to be introduced, allowing buildings to achieve excellent indoor air quality while eliminating 20-40 percent of the cooling or heating energy costs.
The approach can be applied in office buildings, stores, schools, hotels, airports – anywhere where there are systems for air conditioning or heating.
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