Carnegie Mellon Joins Research Consortium To Pioneer New Energy Efficient Building Designs for DOE-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, September 27, 2010

Carnegie Mellon Joins Research Consortium To Pioneer New Energy Efficient Building Designs for DOE

Carnegie Mellon University is part of a team that will receive up to $122 million over the next five years from the Department of Energy  (DOE) to establish an Energy Innovation Hub focused on developing technologies to make buildings more energy efficient. The Energy Innovation Hub will be located at the Philadelphia Navy Yard Clean Energy campus, and will bring together leading researchers from academia, two U.S. National Laboratories and the private sector in an ambitious effort to develop energy efficient building designs that will save energy, cut pollution and position the United States as a leader in this industry.

The press event is scheduled for 1:45 p.m. on Monday, September 27 on the front lawn of the Building 100 Innovation Center at the Navy Yard. 

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By: Ken Walters