LBNL’s China Energy Group lead a delegation of more than 30 U.S. Clean Energy Research Center, Building Energy Efficiency Consortium members including research leads, industrial partners and technical advisers to meet with Chinese collaborators in Wuhan, China on October 29-31.
This year’s U.S.-China gathering, aimed at facilitating the development of work plans for the second half of the 5-year innovation and research program, also included a series of workshops on building rating standards, integrated design and commissioning. U.S. CERC-BEE Director Nan Zhou of LBNL’s China Energy Group was joined by China’s CERC-BEE Directorate, Ministry of Housing and Urban Rural Development Center for Science and Technology of Construction (MoHURD CSTC) Deputy Director General Han Aixing and Dr. Liang Junqiang.
CERC-BEE is a five-year presidential initiative between the U.S. and China in 2010 that aims to achieve widespread adoption of very low energy buildings through publicly funded basic research and industry collaboration between the U.S. and China. For more information, please visit: https://cercbee.lbl.gov