National Center for Energy Management and Building Technologies NCEMBT

The National Center for Energy Management and Building Technologies  ("National Center") is incorporated as a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation and has received a determination from the Internal Revenue Service that it is exempt from federal income taxes under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3).

Our Mission

The National Center improves the efficiency, productivity and security of the U.S. building stock by developing and disseminating synergistic and complementary solutions to energy management, indoor environmental quality and security concerns in new and existing buildings. This is done by supporting research, participating in standard setting, advancing technical training and professional education and serving as a repository of information on economic, technical and public policy issues. The National Center acts a resource to Federal agencies, state and local governments, building owners, the HVAC industry and consumers.

Since 1999, the National Energy Management Institute (NEMI), with the support of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has brought together government officials, academic and industry experts to address the need for advancing building technologies to enhance energy efficiency, public health, productivity and security in US buildings. The culmination of that effort is the founding of the National Center for Energy Management and Building Technologies (NCEMBT).

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Items of Interest The NCEMBT has just released the Task 8 final report. In this Task residential air cleaners were investigated in the laboratory to assess their effectiveness in removing particulates and volatile organic compounds at the same time. The laboratory results were used to model the applicability of air cleaners to supplement or replace mechanical ventilation. The key findings are found  HERE