AirGreen Inc. was formed in November 2017 from AirGreen LLC. The company has its main offices and assembly facility in New Castle, Delaware. Research and Development sites are nearby in Avondale, Pennsylvania.
AirGreen manufactures Commercial air conditioners for outside air that control humidity as well as temperature and provide air cleaning of particulates and microbes. The heart of the process is a patented multi-stage liquid desiccant process that can handle Latent Heat Ratios up to 100%. The products use both cold and hot water to provide Sensible and Latent cooling in summer and heating and humidification in winter. Enthalpy recovery from the exhaust airstream is around 85%. When used with a water-to-water heat pump both the cold and hot sides are used at very high efficiency. CoPs are typically 5 on each side.
All the main components used in AirGreen products are made in the USA or by US owned companies. Distribution will be from New Castle, Delaware following the filed trials in 2018. Field trial sites have been chosen mainly in the NorthEast and will be extended to the SouthEast later in 2018. Typical applications are in offices, schools, healthcare, supermarkets, manufacturing, swimming pools, ice rinks. Full product launch will follow ETL certification in 2018 and will include systems from 8 to 25 tons and airflows of 800 to 2,500 cfm. Higher capacities can be packaged up to 16,000 cfm. Air mixing can be provided to retrofit systems that use a higher cfm/ton.
Distribution will be initially though selected representatives throughout the US.
In 2018, R&D is being carried out on smaller systems to determine whether they can be made economically in relatively small volumes.
The AirGreen Vision is a world in which no energy is wasted in providing air-conditioned spaces that are comfortable, healthy and well-ventilated. We will revolutionize the air conditioning industry by providing "first in class" liquid desiccant systems that provide unrivaled comfort with savings in first cost, operating costs, and energy costs. We will supply a range of “made in America” products with our industry leading patented technology and continuously improve equipment performance.
The Airgreen Mission is to provide true air conditioning that...
To do all of the above by:
Eric was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware. After attending AI DuPont High School, he went to Hamilton College and majored in Economics and minored in Literature. Having worked every summer in the family industrial distribution business and having an interest in working in the industry, he went to Texas A&M University and proceeded to obtain a Bachelor’s of Science from the Industrial Technology Department in Industrial Distribution which is a mix of business and engineering curriculum.
After TAMU Eric joined Holloway Bros Tools Inc representing the third generation of the family to work in the business. Five years later he bought out his father’s interest in the business and proceeded to grow it through acquisition over the next five years before selling beneficially to an industry consolidator, MSC Industrial Supply (NYSE: MSM). Eric had a two-year contract to help integrate the business into MSC but quickly realized he enjoyed the entrepreneurial style of work.
He partnered in the purchase of Signature Systems, today renamed Signature Furniture Services. That business spawned a couple of other businesses, Signature Construction Services LLC and Signature Executive Search LLC all of which Eric is the sole owner today and are managed by a Controller.
Eric has always had an interest in small business having been a member of YEO, Young Entrepreneur’s Organization, through his 30’s where he made many friends and contacts he is still close to 20 years later.
Eric is married to Monique Holloway and they have two children Ben and Dana. Monique is a co-owner of a small investment advisory business. Ben works in San Francisco for a boutique private equity company and Dana is a junior at Hamilton College. Besides working, Eric has been a member of the Wilmington West Rotary Club for 25 years, 6 of which he was the Treasurer as well as President for a term. He is a member of the Greenville Country Club and has served on the board in the capacity of Director of Facilities as well as President and is President again in November 2017. He serves on the Tatnall School Financial/Endowment Committee.
James A. Clark has over 25 years experience in the energy industry. Jim is an expert with the design, development, and implementation of HVAC equipment. He is frequently consulted by corporate and outside engineers for complex projects.
Jim’s implementation work ranges from conducting energy conservation audits to developed Performance Contracting projects to designing and project managing the installation of Cogeneration plants.
As Director of Engineering at a CSP, he created load curtailment strategies that enabled customers to participate in Electric Grid Demand Response Programs. Jim has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University and is a Certified Energy Manager by the Association of Energy Engineers. He has received local and national awards for accomplishments in the energy field. He is a member of ASHRAE and AEE. He is on the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of AEE Board and is a past Chapter President.
Ron brings over 30 years of knowledge and experience in nonwoven technology. He has created entirely new nonwoven products that are widely used in industrial and commercial markets world-wide. He was the first to commercialize spunbond fabrics for use energy conservation in residential and commercial buildings as Housewraps, including Tyvek, Typar and other brands. Many of his inventions resulted in large cost saving applications for his clients and all of them took advantage of the incredible potential of nonwoven technology.
After leaving BBA Group, Ron started up VersaCore Industrial Corp, which pioneered the VersaCore process for converting two-dimensional fabrics and films into three-dimensional structures, which created entirely new applications for these starting materials. The technology was subsequently sold is now owned by a Fortune 100 company. Ron has advanced degrees in Organic Chemistry from the University of Notre Dame and Purdue University. He served as a Naval Officer and is a Vietnam veteran.
Andrew Mongar, has been an energy innovator for over 30 years. At British Gas he was Assistant to the Director of the $400 Million Substitute Natural Gas Program and then Manager of Long Term R&D and Technology Policy. He worked in government in the U.K. Cabinet Office and the European Commission where he introduced Technology Assessment. Following work in Corporate Venturing at British Gas Andrew joined a technology development start-up and raised $3.5 Million. Andrew has a degree in Mathematics from Bristol University, UK and a Masters in Operations Research from Imperial College, London, UK. He also studied and taught International Business at Temple University.