Airxchange to bring ERV Message to D.C

Posted 18 September, 2013 — Newsroom

The World Energy Engineering Congress will aim to find answers on how to successfully
combine efficiency, IAQ, and renewable energy in HVAC design. Airxchange will provide its
solution at the Sept. 25-27 event in Washington, D.C.

Airxchange Vice President Jim Connell will discuss how to use energy recovery ventilation
technology and its benefits for indoor air quality, energy efficiency, and natural gas savings.
Airxchange officials said its ERV technology presentation at WEEC is part of a comprehensive,
multi-track conference agenda focused on climate change, energy policy, high-performance and
green buildings, technology and innovation, industrial energy management, and distributed
generation and alternative energy.

“With an international push toward energy efficiency and President Obama’s recent Climate
Action Plan, this is an opportunity to demonstrate how air-to-air energy recovery technology can
save natural gas and produce clean energy,” said Airxchange Vice President and Chief
Operating Officer Dave Kirk. “We are excited to take the ERV message to such an esteemed
group of industry influencers gathering in our nation’s capital. We believe the time is now to
look at buildings as the next reliable, clean energy source.”