Aircuity Exhibiting and University of Pennsylvania to Present During Upcoming Conference for University Business Officers

Aircuity, (, creator of measurably better environments, will be highlighting the benefits of its platform for optimizing ventilation on campus at the 2018 Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers (EACUBO) 2018 Annual Conference. The event will be held October 21-24, 2018 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center in New York. During the conference Aircuity customer, University of Pennsylvania, is scheduled to present on their unique financing program and the impact of airside efficiency on campus. Aircuity will also be exhibiting.

John Zurn from the University of Pennsylvania will be presenting during a Micro Session held at 3:15pm on October 22ndย in the Exhibit Hall. He will highlight their success deploying bond financing to deliver deep energy retrofits and how Penn applied this strategy to reduce the largest energy component of their most expensive lab buildings. Attendees will learn why Penn implemented Aircuityโ€™s demand control solution to significantly reduce deferred maintenance backlog while improving the IEQ.

Stop by Booth #321 to learn more about how the Aircuity platform can be implemented on campus to deliver measurable savings and actionable insights. While there ask about the next generation solution, Aircuity 2.0, which is changing the way clients understand their labs. In addition to labs, Aircuity is ideal for vivaria, student unions, libraries and other variable population spaces on campus. It can help significantly reduce energy costs, monitor space conditions and occupant behavior. An Aircuity project can also help universities reduce their deferred maintenance backlog as Penn will speak about during their session.

Since its launch in 2000, Aircuity has been the leader in demand control ventilation and indoor environmental quality solutions. The system is implemented in 210 leading universities around the world, including University of California, Irvine, University of Michigan, Northwestern University, University of Cambridge and University of Pittsburgh.