The presentations, news, research summaries, reports, and technology overviews are collected here by focus area and represent the body of work developed by the CBEI partners during the 5-year project period. For additional information on market challenges, approach, and impacts, see each focus area overview.
The strategic focus of CBEI is on full-spectrum retrofit of existing average size commercial and multi-family residential buildings. This report reviews the integrated design process for the CBEI headquarters building.
The US needs to develop a coordinated program to architect and build the next generation power grid or Smart Grid, harness renewable energy sources and reduce its carbon foot-print while expanding generation and distribution capacities (see  for additional details).
The EEB Hub is working to address how energy consumption influences architectural style.
A key objective of the EEB Hub is to provide successful demonstrations of integrated building design methods that lead to deep, reliable cuts in energy use while improving overall asset value overall in real estate markets.
Organisations and their facilities managers are under pressure to reduce the space allocation to individuals in open-plan offices, as a means to reduce costs.
The purpose of this study was to assist GPIC investigators in understanding how aspects of energy efficient building components affect occupant satisfaction, performance, and wellbeing.
This research roadmap is focused on conducting research using existing and state-of-the-art building components and systems in an integrated fashion.