Energy Efficient Buildings (EEB) Hub

Energy Efficient Buildings Hub

The Energy Efficient Buildings (EEB) Hub is a U.S. DOE Energy Innovation Hub located at The Navy Yard in Philadelphia, PA. The goal of the EEB Hub is to reduce energy use in the Greater Philadelphia commercial buildings sector by 20 percent by 2020. The EEB Hub has a unique dual mission of improving energy efficiency in buildings and promoting regional economic growth and job creation. As an EEB Hub member, Pennsylvania College of Technology's National Sustainable Structures Center (NSSC) is supporting the Hub's efforts to develop and/or utilize existing relevant associate degree level technical training in energy efficient building technologies and systems, with a special initial emphasis on training for building operators and building energy auditors.

Navy Yard in Philadelphia, PA
Navy Yard in Philadelphia, PA

Whether you need training for your company, your colleagues, or yourself, now is the time to prepare for the opportunities that the EEB Hub is creating in the energy efficient building industry.

Map of the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, PA
Map of the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, PA

For more information about the EEB Hub, please visit http://www.eebhub.org/.

For Building Operator training, see NSSC's webpages for:

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