The Pike Powers Laboratory and Center for Commercialization is set to open its doors Tuesday as Pecan Street Inc., the clean energy consortium, nears the end of its fourth year of operations.
The three-story, 3,800-square-foot lab and its boxy, modernistic design houses the energy equivalent of three residences, plus a two-car garage, where companies and researchers can develop, test and validate new products that could become standard fare for tomorrow’s homes and commercial buildings.
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