September 2022 Newsletter
September 2022
NEWSLETTER

Welcome our incoming EGG students, WCEC gets cover article published in ASHRAE Journal, and more!

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The Energy and Efficiency Institute at UC Davis is a leading university institution advancing impactful energy and energy efficiency solutions. We focus on addressing critical energy challenges and improving energy use through research, education, and engagement. We are home to innovative research centers and programs in buildings, transportation, water, and agriculture & food production; have more than 50 affiliated faculty; and host an interdisciplinary graduate program in energy systems.

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