Energy recovery wheels help cut costs for Rhode Island school

The Providence Career and Technical Academy in Rhode Island was designed to satisfy requirements of the Northeast Collaborative for High-Performance Schools, an initiative that promotes learning environments that are healthy as well as energy efficient.

November 12, 2012 |

The Providence Career and Technical Academy in Rhode Island was designed to satisfy requirements of the Northeast Collaborative for High-Performance Schools, an initiative that promotes learning environments that are healthy as well as energy efficient. To help meet this goal, Airxchange-brand energy recovery wheels containing a silica-gel desiccant for moisture transfer were installed to keep indoor relative humidity at comfortable levels. “We’ve had success with implementing energy recovery wheels in new and existing schools,” said StudioJAED Principal Brian Zigmond. “With school budget constraints the way they are, installing energy recovery wheels to save on upfront and operating costs is a no-brainer.”

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