New Panasonic ERV Named Best Energy Efficient Product

New Panasonic ERV Named Best Energy Efficient Product

Panasonic Eco Solutions North America has won the industry's prestigious Best of IBS Award for Best Energy Efficient Product at this year's NAHB International Builders Show held in Orlando, Florida.

The awards, presented during a ceremony on the final day of the show, recognized Panasonic’s new Intelli-Balance 100 Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) for its superior performance and energy efficiency.

Intelli-Balance 100 was selected from more than 400 entries in nine categories in consideration for the 2017 Best of IBS Awards. An illustrious panel consisting of 28 judges comprised of respected industry and media representatives selected the winners based on criteria including innovation, functionality and good design.

“This award is an incredible achievement for the Panasonic team, and we’re honored that the judges feel as strongly about the impact the Intelli-Balance 100 has had on the market as we do,” said Patricia Monks, Product Manager, Panasonic Eco Solutions North America. “This product was specifically designed to blend high performance with energy efficiency to deliver a code compliant ERV for any North American climate zone. This award reflects that effort and Panasonic’s dedication to providing a comprehensive line of high-performance, low-cost ventilation solutions that respect the environment and reduce costs for our customers.”

The NAHB International Builders Show (IBS) is the largest annual construction show in the world, attracting more than 60,000 visitors from 100 countries each year. IBS brings together the industry's most important global manufacturers and suppliers and showcases the latest products, materials and technologies involved in all types of buildings.


Topics: Energy Recovery & Heat Recovery, Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation

Companies: Panasonic High Performance Ventilation Solutions

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