DOE FEMP Ranks Duct Sealants #3, HVAC Energy-Saving Tech for Federal BuildingsBilly Pell
According to the DOE Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) Matrix, duct sealants rank #8 out 50 energy-saving technologies for federal buildings. It jumps up to #3 of 22 for the “HVAC” category. You can read about the FEMP program here and view the full matrix rankings here (Excel). This recognition is good news for Aeroseal duct sealing, the award-winning, patented technology for commercial buildings. Across the globe, energy services companies (e.g. ESCOs) use Aeroseal to increase energy savings for their projects. Just a few months ago, facility manager Sodexo used Aeroseal duct sealing to boost energy efficiency in one of its projects. After the project was complete, it calculated estimated annual energy savings of a whopping $102,000/year! But wait, there’s more game-changing energy savings! A New Jersey apartment high-rise was “Aerosealed” to achieve $34,000 annual energy savings. Then, McKinstry used Aeroseal in a county courthouse located in Mt. Vernon Washington to achieve 90% reduced duct leakage! Read more about game-changing energy savings with Aeroseal here.