Presentation on theme: "1. Improve energy efficiency and operability and reduce carbon emissions of new and existing buildings. Stimulate private investment and quality job creation."— Presentation transcript:
Improve energy efficiency and operability and reduce carbon emissions of new and existing buildings. Stimulate private investment and quality job creation in the Greater Philadelphia region and beyond. Goals
Slide: 3 DOE Co-Applicant: Penn State –$122 million over 5 years NIST Co-Applicant: DVIRC –$1.5 million over 3 years SBA Co-Applicant: Wharton SBDC –$1.2 million over 4 years EDA Co-Applicants: PIDC and BFTP –$5 million over 5 years 3 Co-Applicants 1.Tools for integrated design, verification, and modeling 2.New components, sub-systems, and controls 3.Public policy, behavior, economics, and business 4.Education and workforce development 5.Demonstration, deployment, and IP management DOE HUB Task Areas Strategic Focus Full-spectrum retrofit of existing average size commercial and multi-family residential buildings.
The Navy Yard Slide: 5 $30 million of new Commonwealth capital funding for GPIC facilities 270 existing buildings and new buildings that can be utilized as test beds Independently owned utilities including electric distribution grid Three new DOE research and education centers on site: DOE Mid-Atlantic Clean Energy Applications Center DOE Northern Mid-Atlantic Solar Training Center DOE GridStar Smart Grid Training Center Strategic location with easy access and support services Zone 4A climate that has four distinct seasons
Building 661 Full Spectrum Energy Efficient Retrofit Slide: 6 Two Navy Yard buildings to house HUB personnel Full-spectrum retrofit of historic Building 661 New advanced integrated building sciences laboratory Living laboratories to transform the industry’s current fragmented serial process into system performance driven, integrated, parallel, team processes.
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