Innovative Delaware CleanTech company to complete demonstration project and confirm the efficacy of its novel technology to scrub the COVID-19 virus from conditioned air
October 27, 2020 (New Castle, Delaware, USA) – AirGreen Inc., the inventor and supplier of an innovative liquid desiccant cooling and dehumidification system, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an Innovation Grant by New Castle County, Delaware as part of the CARES Act legislation. This grant will fund testing to confirm the specific performance of AirGreen’s novel HVAC system against the novel COVID-19 virus, as well as fund a demonstration project for this emerging technology.
“We are happy to have been selected for this Innovation Grant as a way to demonstrate the effectiveness of the novel AirGreen system,” said John Hammond, CEO of AirGreen. “This project will once again fully demonstrate how our technology can improve indoor air quality (IAQ), provide significant energy savings, and improve the working conditions in the space chosen for this project.”
The CARES Act Innovation Grant, awarded via a highly competitive process, sought to fund innovative solutions to COVID-19 problems while providing opportunities to establish new multi-sector partnerships.
About AirGreen, Inc.
AirGreen is a Delaware-based CleanTech firm specializing in a unique HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) technology. AirGreen has commercialized an energy efficient HVAC system for a variety of applications seeking improved indoor air quality (IAQ), substantially lower energy costs, superior comfort, and proven ability to kill a variety of airborne pathogens, including molds, bacteria, and viruses, including COVID-19. The AirGreen technology surpasses the performance of traditional equipment in applications where control of humidity is important, including schools, indoor agriculture facilities, grocery stores, bio-pharma production facilities, and many other similar applications. Ideal for LEED building applications.