March 25, 2015: enVerid Receives Frost & Sullivan Award for HVAC Load-Reduction Technology
HLR System Recognized for Significantly Reducing HVAC Energy Consumption
BOSTON — enVerid Systems announced that it has received Frost & Sullivan’s 2015 North American HVAC Technology Innovation Award for its HVAC Load Reduction (HLR) solution. Frost & Sullivan recognized enVerid’s HLR system for its ability to deliver substantial energy savings by solving a major cause of HVAC energy waste in commercial buildings.
“enVerid’s ingenuity in minimizing the HVAC system’s outside air intake by cleaning and recirculating indoor air has produced a solution that dramatically reduces HVAC energy consumption,” said Jennifer Tan, Frost & Sullivan analyst. “This technology offers building owners and managers a smart, practical solution to save energy, and provides the HVAC industry with a breakthrough capability to achieve new levels of energy efficiency.”
One of the leading causes of HVAC energy waste in commercial buildings is replacing indoor air with outside air in order to maintain air quality that meets regulatory standards — an inefficient process that happens up to 20 times a day. enVerid’s HLR system uses patented “intelligent scrubbers” that directly remove all molecular contaminants from indoor air, including CO2 and VOCs, reducing the need for costly air replacement and delivering double-digit energy savings, said the company.
“We’re honored to receive this recognition from Frost & Sullivan, as it underscores the tremendous energy-saving capability of our technology that can be readily used in both existing HVAC systems and new construction,” said Udi Meirav, CEO of enVerid Systems. “Our HLR solution is currently delivering substantial, measurable energy savings at commercial sites worldwide, and we hope this award will help accelerate market awareness and adoption.”
For more information, visit www.enverid.com.
Publication date: 3/23/2015