Penn State Study Finds Energy Wall™ Membrane Inherently Microbidal
- Energy Wall™ Membrane actively kills microbes
- Partially sterilizes both exhaust and fresh air streams
- Positively prevents microbial cross-contamination
- Fully documented by Pennsylvania State University study
Energy Wall™ Issues "Sustainable" Guide Specification
- Requires 100% recyclable materials
- Requires NO effluent, NO hazardous waste
- Requires manufacturing and product sustainability
November 7, 2012 – 2013 AHR Expo Innovation Award Winners Announced
Ranging from an innovative geothermal heat pump to a copper theft deterrent system, the winners of the prestigious 2013 AHR Expo Innovation Awards have been chosen and will be honored at a special ceremony during the world’s largest HVACR exposition and conference in Dallas on January 29th.
Representing a broad cross-section of the HVACR marketplace, the winning entries were selected in 10 categories and represent the most innovative new products among the thousands that will be displayed at the Show. A panel of judges made up of ASHRAE members evaluated the products submitted based on innovation, application, value to the user and market impact.
Energy Wall won the award for Indoor Air Quality
May 3, 2011 – Energy Wall wins $100,000 Grant from Green Building Alliance
Dustin Eplee, President, CTO and Founder of Energy Wall, announced the award of a $100,000 Product Innovation Grant from the Green Building Alliance. Green Building Alliance is a nonprofit organization that seeks to drive market demand for green buildings and green building products.
The grant is to research and further develop Energy Wall's advanced energy recovery membrane to broaden its potential uses, particularly in low temperature applications. Energy Wall energy recovery cores have the widest range of operating conditions, able to operate down to -80°F without risk of freezing damage.
This is the second GBA Product Innovation Grant received by Energy Wall, and underscores the importance of Energy Wall's advanced materials technology to the future of high performance building systems, fuel cells, dehumidifiers, and hybrid air conditioning.