The General Services Administration has chosen five U.S.-made technologies that will undergo assessments to determine the impact of each offering on energy performance and environmental quality inside agency facilities.
GSA said Monday it will evaluate the technical and operational functions of the building management systems through its Green Proving Ground program in partnership with the Department of Energy.
Offerors were selected via the “Technologies that Improve Building Health & Resilience” request for information that closed Dec. 7.
Aeroseal proposed an automated air sealing system that can release an atomized water-based sealant to provide air-tightness in a room.
Nanofiber manufacturing company eSpin offered a set of heating, ventilation and air conditioning filters to help reduce airborne pathogen concentration and airflow limitation.
The agency also selected HVAC pretreatment dehumidification system from a team of Academy Energy Group and Altaire team, a coreless axial flux motor from Infinitum Electric and snap-on window insulation panels from WexEnergy.
GSA has assessed the performance of multiple building technologies in real-world settings since the GPG program’s inception in 2011.