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01/26/14

Australian energy-efficiency firm makes Philadelphia move [Of Interest]

Once Marcelo J. Rouco decided on Philadelphia as the location for the North American headquarters of his Australian energy-efficiency firm, Ecosave Inc., he went all in.
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01/23/14

PennDesign to Host Architecture and Energy Symposium Examining the Influence of Energy Accounts [Press Releases]

PHILADELPHIA – January 24, 2014 – Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Design and Penn State Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture have invited an international group of architects and theorists to address the influence of data collection and visualization on architecture at a public symposium. Energy Accounts: Designing the Future will be held on January 24, 2014 at PennDesign. The Architecture and Energy series is a collaboration between the architecture faculty from University of Pennsylvania and Penn State, and the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub. The symposium will be held at the School of Design, in the Lower Gallery of Meyerson Hall, 201 S. 34th Street, Philadelphia. Registration is open to the public.
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01/20/14

Energy Efficient Buildings Hub at Penn State to be Completed by This Fall [In the News]

Work on a $39 million building project at The Navy Yard complex in Philadelphia will be completed by this fall, according to an update given to the Penn State Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business and Capital Planning today (Jan. 16).
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01/16/14

Trustees receive update on Energy Efficient Buildings Hub construction [In the News]

Work on a $39 million building project at The Navy Yard complex in Philadelphia will be completed by this fall, according to an update given to the Penn State Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business and Capital Planning today (Jan. 16).
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12/18/13

Krebs named director of Energy Efficient Buildings Hub at Philadelphia Navy Yard [Press Releases]

PHILADELPHIA — Martha Krebs, executive director of strategic initiatives at the University of California at Davis Office of Research, has been appointed senior scientist in Penn State’s College of Engineering and principal investigator and director of the Energy Efficient Buildings (EEB) Hub at The Navy Yard in Philadelphia, effective Dec. 1.
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11/25/13

Here’s how much energy City Hall, Museum of Art use each year [In the News]

Technically Philly covers the launch of the new EEB Network.
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11/18/13

EEB Hub creates EEB Network, Powered by Honest Buildings [Press Releases]

The Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability and Honest Buildings (www.honestbuildings.com) have partnered to create an interactive network to be used by building owners, contractors and tenants. Philadelphia joins New York City, Washington D.C., and other major cities in utilizing Honest Buildings for this purpose.
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11/15/13

Energy Efficient Buildings Hub Highlights of Events at Greenbuild 2013 [Press Releases]

During the week of November 18th-23rd, the Energy Efficient Buildings (EEB) Hub will be providing educational programming and convening stakeholders from across the country to discuss strategies for making commercial buildings more efficient through retrofit tools and investments as part of Greenbuild 2013 (www.greenbuildexpo.org), the international green building conference organized by the U.S. Green Building Council and being held in Philadelphia. With a large Energy Lounge located near registration in the Grand Hall of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, as well as a booth (#2312) on the Expo Floor, the EEB Hub will offer many opportunities for building owners and practitioners to learn more about our work.
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08/13/13

Inventing the Future: EEB Hub offers guidance in wake of new Energy Benchmarking Law [In the News]

Imagine knowing how much energy a apartment consumed before you signed the lease. Thanks to the recent enactment of the Building Energy Benchmarking Law -- an energy-use disclosure act -- and the expertise of the Energy Efficiency in Buildings (EEB) Hub, the environmental performance of buildings will soon be public information.
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08/01/13

Energy Efficient Buildings Hub Appoints Laurie Actman as Interim Director [Press Releases]

PHILADELPHIA- August 1, 2013- The Energy Efficient Buildings Hub (EEB Hub) today announced the appointment of Laurie Actman as Interim Director until a new permanent Director is named.
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07/25/13

Accurately Measuring Building Energy Use [In the News]

07/09/13

Energy Efficient Buildings Hub Hosts Building Benchmarking Ordinance-Education Sessions [Press Releases]

The Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability and other partners have scheduled information sessions (Free and open to the public) for building owners and service providers to learn more about the City of Philadelphia’s building-benchmarking ordinance. The first information session is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at the EEB Hub in The Navy Yard in Philadelphia.
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06/14/13

EEB Hub at the Navy Yard Shares Findings and Research with New Website [In the News]

Throughout Philadelphia’s academic corridors, there a number of initiatives working on getting important research out of the labs and into the city where it can create positive change. The University City Science Center, for example, has been doing exactly this for over 50 years by incubating startups that come out of universities.
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