Thursday, April 27, 2023 | 12PM-1PM Bite 1: Fossil-Free UC/UCD Stephen Wheeler, EGG/CDGG/Human Ecology Bite 2: Greenhouse Gas Emission Impacts from Heat Pump Installation over Furnaces in Residential and Office Buildings Subhrajit Chakraborty, EGG/WCEC Watch Presentations
April 20, 2023 | 12PM-1PM Bite 1: Enabling Decarbonization of Buildings through Optimized Control of Electrified Loads Armando Casillas, LBNL Bite 2: Digitization and Interoperability for Building Controls and Analytics Marco Pritoni, LBNL Watch Presentations
April 13, 2023 | 12PM-1PM Bite 1: Lighting and Cooking Energy Transitions from Fuels to Grid Based Electricity in Rural Gambia Brianna Dooley & Aditya Ramji, EGG/PIET Watch Presentation
Thursday, April 6, 2023 | 12PM-1PM Smart & Clean Exterior Lighting for the Community Nicole Hathaway, CLTC CLTC TOUR Watch Presentation
New laws and funding push ventilation to boost air quality and slow spread of COVID-19. But experts cite too many loopholes and not enough consistency.
Western Cooling Efficiency Center research featured in an article published by the Energy Institute at Haas. Replacing your home HVAC system with a new heat pump reduces carbon emissions significantly. But when should you make the change?
Friday, November 4, 2022 Lewis M. Fulton Director, STEPS (Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways) Lewis Fulton has worked internationally in the field of transportation, energy, and environment analysis and policy development for over 25 years. He is Director of the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways Program (STEPS+) within the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of […]
Friday, December 2, 2022 Alumni Panel: Kristen Bush, Rhys Davis Kristen Bush: Kristen Bush is an Engineer/Scientist I on the Electric Transportation team at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). She currently assists with various projects with research topics including transportation equity, infrastructure design, and inventories related to medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicles. Prior to […]
Electricity demand is growing across the Western United States as economies boom and the transition to electrified transportation and buildings begins. At the same time, state policies are rapidly transforming the mix of power generation sources, from fossil fueled to carbon free. The grid across the Western US has long been interconnected, but its operation […]
The climate emergency we face has prompted some nations, corporations, and many civil society organizations to greatly expand their decarbonization and climate protection actions. The paths to deeply decarbonizing local, national and regional economies requires innovations in a wide range of areas where new, sustainable, materials design, discovery, and implementation, and most notably highly interdisciplinary […]