How to get best financial outcome while “going green”

 

With energy use in commercial buildings accounting for nearly 20% of total U.S. greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at a cost of more than $100 billion per year, and global warming the heated subject of national discourse, the sector is under growing pressure to make a difficult decision – produce the best financial outcomes, or increase their building costs to “go green” and boost energy efficiency to reduce carbon emissions.

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Back-to-School Strategies: Using Indoor Air Quality to Improve Academic Performance

 

With the school season in full swing at colleges and universities, the last thing on their minds is that the indoor air could be impacting their students' health and performance. Yet, studies show that most schools have inadequate indoor air quality (IAQ) and that this results in increased health issues and lower student performance. Symptoms like headache, dizziness, and tiredness were found to be higher in classrooms with higher concentrations of carbon dioxide, as well as increased difficulty concentrating.

Developing Greener Buildings with Zero Incremental Costs

 

With the building sector responsible for nearly 48 percent of all energy consumption in the U.S. and global warming the subject of heated national discourse, commercial building developers are under growing pressure to make a difficult choice – produce the best possible financial outcomes, or increase their building costs to boost energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.

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Back-to-School Strategies: Using Indoor Air Quality to Improve Academic Performance

 

Indoor air could be impacting their students’ health and performance. Studies show that most schools have inadequate indoor air quality (IAQ) and that this results in increased health issues and lower student performance. Symptoms like headache, dizziness, and tiredness were found to be higher in classrooms with higher concentrations of carbon dioxide, as well as increased difficulty concentrating. Other studies found students had less attention and vigilance in classrooms with low IAQ, and even more negative impact on higher-order complex tasks. The U.S.

Using IAQ To Improve Academic Performance

 

Studies show that most colleges and universities have inadequate indoor air quality (IAQ), which can result in increased health issues and lower student performance. Symptoms like headache, dizziness, and tiredness have been found to be higher in classrooms with higher concentrations of carbon dioxide, as well as increased difficulty concentrating. Other studies have found students had less attention and vigilance in classrooms with low IAQ, and even more negative impact on higher-order complex tasks. 

Back-to-School Strategies: Using Indoor Air Quality to Improve Academic Performance

 

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Needham-based enVerid looks for new HQ ahead of growth goals

 

After several years of collecting talented hires around the country, air-purification startup enVerid Systems, Inc. has recently been consolidating its employees in its Needham headquarters. Now the office is "bursting at the seams," according to founder and CEO Udi Meirav, and enVerid is looking for a new home as it hopes to triple its business next year.

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What would 50,000 Amazon jobs mean for Boston tech? It's complicated.

 

Mayors around the country — including Boston's— are busy putting together the pitches meant to lure Amazon.com Inc. to their cities. The Seattle-based e-retail giant is looking to spend up to $5 billion to build a second headquarters, with room for as many as 50,000 employees, that would be the crown jewel of any city's development efforts.

Leader in Indoor Air Quality and Energy Efficiency for enVerid Systems Is Recognized

 

enVerid Systems, Inc. announced that its Director of System Performance and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Dr. Marwa Zaatari, has been selected by The NEWS as a member of its 2017 Top 40 Under 40. The award recognizes the young professionals that are driving the HVAC industry into the next generation.

https://www.retrofitmagazine.com/leader-in-indoor-air-quality-and-energy-efficiency-for-enverid-systems-is-recognized/