Purdue faculty, Indiana housing pair up to research energy use

Purdue faculty, Indiana housing pair up to research energy use

Panagiota Karava, an associate professor of civil engineering, examines data collected at Purdue’s ReNEWW house, a “net-zero structure.” Karava received a grant to use smart devices to monitor energy use at homes in locations around Indiana. (Purdue University photo/Erin Easterling) Download image WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Residents in several Indiana communities are part of new Purdue research determining how households consume energy. Panagiota Karava , an associate professor of civil engineering in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering , is heading up the four-year research project, which involves faculty from eight Purdue schools and departments. The research will be […]

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