The Building Technologies Program is specifically designed and structured to conduct the key activities required to meet its vision, mission, and energy goals, which have been developed in an open and consultative process and are linked to the strategic objectives of EERE.
Third place went to Jameson Detweiler and Tom Milewski, who are students in the Drexel College of Engineering. They will receive $4,000 in seed money, more than $6,500 in in-kind support, and space in the Baiada Center’s incubator. Detweiler and Milewski are the brains behind Konnect.me, which is developing Web communities for specific industries. Its first site is green.konnect.me and serves the green building industry.
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