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The Texas Allergy, Indoor Environment, and Energy (TxAIRE) Institute

The University of Texas at Tyler

The Texas Allergy, Indoor Environment, and Energy (TxAIRE) Institute serves as a catalyst, facilitator and leader in the research and development of new residential and commercial building technologies to improve indoor air and environmental quality and reduce associated energy usage costs.

A collaboration between Texas government, industry and academia, TxAIRE places its overarching focus on high performance buildings with key elements including: indoor environmental quality as it relates to human health; building systems design and performance; and energy efficiency.

Through TxAIRE, The University of Texas at Tyler is working with more 40 companies from across the state to accelerate the application of Texas-based products and technologies, including green sciences, to build tomorrow's homes – today.

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  • TxAIRE Houses

    The TxAIRE Research and Demonstration Houses serve as realistic test facilities for new technologies related to energy efficiency, indoor air quality and sustainable construction materials and methods. Read more

  • Building Green

    A primary objective of TxAIRE projects is the development and accelerated introduction of technologies for the "green'' building marketplace. Read more

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