Consortium Member Organizations

The EEB Hub includes 11 academic institutions, two DOE laboratories, six high-profile global industry partners and regional economic development agencies.



The Pennsylvania State University

EEB Hub Leader, focusing on advanced materials and energy-efficient building solutions.

Balfour Beatty

Focusing on integrated behaviors, processes and tools to support advanced energy retrofits and providing construction management services to EEB Hub demonstration projects at The Navy Yard.

Bayer MaterialScience

Focusing on advanced materials and energy-efficient building solutions.

Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania (BFTP)

EDA co-applicant focusing on demonstration, deployment and IP management.

Carnegie Mellon University

Focusing on architectural design and high performance computing.

Collegiate Consortium

Focusing in workforce and economic development

Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center (DVIRC)

NIST/MEP co-applicant focusing on outreach education.

Drexel University

Focusing on indoor air quality technology and controls.

IBM Research

Focusing on cloud computing and high performance computing for design, database management, and performance analytics.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Focusing software tools, math libraries, uncertainty analysis tools, HPC.

Lutron Electronics, Inc.

Focusing on energy saving light control solutions.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT is devoted to the advancement of knowledge and education of students in areas that contribute to or prosper in an environment of science and technology.

Morgan State University

Focusing on workforce development, archiving of data.

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)

Focusing on market assessment, industry/utility liaison and documentation.

Pennsylvania College of Technology

Pennsylvania's premier technical college and a Penn State affiliate, committed to applied technology education

Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC)

EDA co-applicant providing facilities at The Navy Yard.

PPG Industries

Enabling component technologies.

Princeton University - Plasma Physics Laboratory

Focus: Outreach programs for teachers and students, wireless sensors.

Project Based Learning

Providing hands-on educational and career pathways for high school students through The EVX Team and The Sustainability Workshop.

Purdue University

Providing a testbed facility for components, and CFD.

Rutgers University

Focusing in energy efficiency decision support tool design, human behavior.

United Technologies Corporation (UTC)

Focusing on components, diagnostics, controls, integrated systems and policy.

University City Science Center

Supporting technology commercialization and technology-based economic development.

University of Pennsylvania

Focusing on policy, small business model development.

University of Pittsburgh

Focusing on building-level heat transfer analyses and novel material structures.

Virginia Tech

Focusing on model reduction, optimization & sensitivity analysis tools.

Wharton Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

SBA co-applicant focusing on small business model development.