Source: ATI AirTest Technologies Inc.
  • ATI AirTest Technologies (AAT) has signed an agency agreement with Star Energy Solutions Inc.
  • The agreement will see the two companies work to bring energy efficiency solutions to large retail, hospitality, and institutional customers
  • ATI is a Green-Tech company specializing in Demand Control Ventilation systems that improve commercial building operating efficiency and generate proven energy savings
  • ATI AirTest Technologies Inc. (AAT) opened trading at C$0.02 per share

ATI AirTest Technologies (AAT) has signed an agency agreement with Star Energy Solutions Inc.

The agreement will see the two companies work to bring energy efficiency solutions to large retail, hospitality, and institutional customers.

AirTest CEO Ted Konyi commented on the news.

“Kuldeep Saxena, Star’s Founder and CEO has built a great company that has provided hundreds of customer locations with significant reductions in energy consumption and visibility to further efficiency strategies. We believe that this existing client base will be the target market for AirTest’s new wireless solutions. Both of the companies and their clients will be winners as energy reduction of significance should be achieved in the near term. Early discussions suggest that AirTest’s technology will be well received. We look forward to working with Star.”

Kuldeep Saxena added, “AirTest’s solutions present a logical next step for many of our customers. We’ve had good success with large retail and grocery chains implementing a variety of efficiency strategies and AirTest represents a further opportunity with our existing clients. A recent project with a large Canadian grocery chain yielded a great result for the client. Installations of various efficiency technologies in over 500 locations saw total estimated annual savings of over $20 million with less than a 4-year payback on capital. In addition, reviewing this client’s energy usage also informed us to further strategies. AirTest’s tech is a perfect fit for these additional strategies. I would anticipate rapid take up of these offerings. It’s an exciting time in our industry due to the current focus on carbon footprint reduction. Higher energy prices are also creating additional motivation to reduce consumption.”

Star Energy is a consultancy and solution provider with a core competency in energy-efficiency.

ATI is a Green-Tech company specializing in Demand Control Ventilation systems that improve commercial building operating efficiency and generate proven energy savings.

The company’s recently launched TR2000-DIGI is the first gas sensing product that can provide the most popular digital communication protocols used in the buildings industry today. These protocols are used in 9 per cent or more of the building automation market.

It has developed new wireless sensors with dynamic real-time communication and control technologies, which builds upon ten years of experience and thousands of installations amongst clients such as Lowe’s, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Ikea.

ATI AirTest provides data on levels of indoor air quality required by schools, retail stores and offices.

ATI AirTest Technologies Inc. (AAT) opened trading at C$0.02 per share.

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