Credit: Bruce Damonte
The University of California at Berkeley’s (UC Berkeley’s) newly opened Energy Biosciences Building is the most energy efficient building on campus, thanks in part to innovative window systems. The 112,000-square-foot Energy Biosciences Building (formerly Helios Energy Research Facility and commonly referred to as the Helios building) houses UC Berkeley’s Energy Biosciences Institute, a collaborative project between Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, UC Berkeley and the University of Illinois.
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