PATH - A Public Private Partnership for Advancing Housing Technology
U.S. Department of Energy Laboratories
The U.S. Department of Energy Laboratories (DOE) Laboratories are America's leading energy research infrastructure. The DOE Labs are dedicated to a variety of energy-related research topics. The following are the most relevant to housing:
National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado
Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California
Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory in Idaho Falls, Idaho
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington
DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy coordinates the collaboration between PATH and DOE research laboratories. The Building Technologies program provides energy solutions for residential and commercial buildings including a toolbox with planning, finance, design, construction and renovation resources.
DOE's Emerging Technology program increases awareness and demand for new, highly efficient technologies while helping manufacturers and utilities bring the technologies to market. Many applied research projects in energy efficiency are supported through this effort and through the DOE's Building America and Rebuild America programs.
DOE also has a series of technology roadmaps, which complement PATH's roadmapping projects.
Vision 2020: The Lighting Technology Roadmap (PDF 1.4 MB)
The Promise of Solid-State Lighting for General Illumination: Light Emitting Diodes and Organic Light Emitting Diodes (PDF 329 KB)
High Performance Commercial Buildings: A Technology Roadmap (PDF 1.1 MB)
Building Envelope Technology Roadmap (PDF 809 KB)
Window Industry Technology Roadmap (PDF 859 KB)
Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology Roadmap
Content updated on 9/1/2005
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