Dept. of Energy wants innovative ideas to boost energy efficiency in buildings

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Website is a platform to bounce of ideas between designers, building scientists, and students.

March 17, 2015

The Building Technologies Office (BTO) of the U.S. Department of Energy is looking for ideas that could be developed into new energy-efficient technologies for homes and buildings. Designers, building scientists, students, and others can use the website to share ideas that could develop into new energy efficient technologies for homes and buildings. Those interested can register through the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Buildings Crowdsourcing Community. 

Click here to learn more (redirects to Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

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