Improving or ensuring an acceptable indoor environmental quality (thermal, visual, acoustical comfort and indoor air quality) and preserving occupants’ health and well-being while taking measures to reduce buildings’ energy use is a key driver in both new and existing buildings.

AIVC is working on IAQ metrics and is actively involved in the Indoor Environmental Quality Global Alliance (IEQ-GA)- https://ieq-ga.net/, of which it is one of the founding members.

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