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Airthings for Business solution enables California schools to meet CalSHAPE air quality monitoring guidelines
(Oslo, Norway – May 16, 2023) Airthings, the global leader in indoor air quality monitoring and energy-saving solutions, announced today that the company signed a deal with Russell Sigler and Pacificwest Energy Solutions to deploy nearly 5000 air quality monitoring devices in schools across California.
The roll-out falls under the California Schools Healthy Air, Plumbing and Efficiency Program (CalSHAPE), organized by the California Energy Commission, which provides schools grants to supply all classrooms with CO2 monitors. CalSHAPE was established by Assembly Bill 841 in 2020 and authorizes funding to more than 10,000 California educational institutions for assessing, maintaining, and repairing or upgrading school ventilation systems to ensure that they meet the classroom ventilation requirements.
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Øyvind Birkenes, CEO
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Jeremy Gerst, CFO
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Airthings is the global leader in indoor air quality and energy-efficiency solutions for homeowners, businesses, and professionals. Founded in 2008, Airthings is on a mission to ensure that people around the world recognize the impact of indoor air quality and take control of their health through simple, affordable, and accurate technology solutions while optimizing energy consumption in buildings. Airthings’ products have made radon detection and indoor air quality monitoring easy to deploy, accurate, and user friendly, and have received several accolades including the TIME's Best Inventions award and CES Innovation Award Honors. Headquartered in the heart of Oslo, Norway, and with offices in the US and Sweden the company has over 140 employees from more than 30 nationalities—and counting. To see the full range of Airthings indoor air quality monitors and radon detectors or to learn more about the importance of continuous air quality monitoring, please visit airthings.com.