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Today’s blog post comes from the April edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue, you’ll read about data discoveries, and how Aircuity helps the environment. You’ll also learn about how Flow Tech and Aircuity helped Bristol Community College achieve the first zero net energy lab in the Northeastern United States…

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On Thursday, August 4, 2016 Sales Engineer, Tom Proietti attended the International Institute of Sustainable Laboratories’ New England Chapter’s tour of the John J. Sbrega Health and Science Building at Bristol Community College in Fall River, MA. During the tour, Tom had the opportunity to learn about all the planning and resources that went into building this state-of-the-art science lab, one of which happens to be Aircuity (our facility monitoring, efficient building ventilation system). He also learned of the challenges they faced on the path to achieving Zero Net Energy. Below consists of a summary of facility/project facts he learned, as well as some pictures he was able to take…

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Zero energy

Last Thursday, September 17, 2015, the Department of Energy (DOE) released a common definition of what a zero energy building is. After years of debate and differences in opinion, now there is a clear definition and standard. Today’s post comes from ASHRAE’s press release regarding the statement. Find out more details and read the definition…

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Bristol Community College

Zero Net Energy Without Adding Zeroes to Cost A Zero Net Energy (ZNE) academic lab-science building is without precedent in the Northeast, but in 2016 Bristol Community College will lead the way in achieving this feat with the completed construction of its John J. Sbrega Health and Science Building, designed by Sasaki Associates. Achieving ZNE…

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