Aircuity to Play Integral Role in World’s Largest Net Zero Project

NORWOOD, Mass., USA ― March 5, 2024 ― Aircuity (, a pioneering leader in airflow optimization technology, is thrilled to announce its inclusion in the world’s largest Net Zero building. With nearly 1 million square feet in scope, this project marks a significant milestone for Aircuity, following its involvement in numerous Net Zero initiatives over the years.

The building is designed to be the largest and tallest Net Zero building in the world and is targeting a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum rating along with WELL Building Certification. The building will run on photovoltaic solar panels and incorporating Aircuity for ventilation optimization will significantly reduce the baseline energy use required run the building.

Airflow optimization remains a cornerstone of Aircuity’s technology, offering unparalleled benefits such as ‘right sizing’ of HVAC equipment, downsizing of clean energy supply, and substantial life cycle operational cost savings. Over the past decade, Aircuity’s innovative solutions have consistently delivered savings that surpass the project cost, while also providing ongoing energy efficiency and carbon footprint reduction.

“Aircuity continues to lead the industry in sustainable airflow optimization, dependable life cycle performance, and verifiable energy savings,” said Dan Diehl, Chief Executive Officer at Aircuity. “Our commitment to excellence positions us as the trusted platform for Net Zero buildings globally.”

As the momentum behind Net Zero construction continues to grow, Aircuity anticipates a surge in adoption among architects, engineers, and building owners seeking to optimize both initial and ongoing operational costs. With a proven track record of success and a reputation for reliability, Aircuity is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of sustainable building practices.

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