Aircuity joins Real-Time Energy Management scheme in New York

Initiative in the US offers a 30% cost-share incentive for building owners to deploy energy management solutions

Aircuity has announced that it has been named a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Qualified Vendor for the Real-Time Energy Management (RTEM) programme.

The NYSERDA offers a 30% cost-share incentive for building owners to deploy energy management solutions such as Aircuity’s platform.

“We are very excited to be an approved RTEM vendor,” said Walt King, NY regional sales manager with Aircuity. 

“This represents a tremendous savings opportunity for our New York customers both in terms of upfront costs as well as savings for ongoing Aircuity Assurance Services.

"This makes it even easier for building owners to provide occupants with healthier and more productive spaces while reducing energy use and their utility bill.”

The RTEM NYSERDA programme helps support implementation and subscription costs for a period of five years. 

Aircuity said new and current clients can take advantage of the scheme. 

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