UC Davis Energy News – April 2020

The monthly UC Davis Energy newsletter covers the university's energy-related research, education and events. You can read current and past newsletters below or subscribe to have it sent to your inbox.

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Lighting Center Releases Guides for New Energy Efficiency Standards

The California Lighting Technology Center released two guides to help explain energy efficiency requirements and best practices for residential lighting and nonresidential lighting and electrical power distribution. Builders and industry professionals can use the guides to navigate standards that took effect in California on January 1st.

Faculty Book Featured on Energy News Site

Energy Graduate Group Professor Keith Taylor's book, Governing the Wind Energy Commons, was featured in a recent T&D World article. Taylor's work examines electric co-ops and offers insights into the next generation of energy infrastructure. [Read the article]

Thank You for Supporting us on Give Day

Thank you to the generous donors that supported us on April 17-18 during UC Davis Give Day. We appreciate your commitment to our programs and students. We look forward to celebrating with you in person at next year's event.

Join us Remotely for our Spring Seminar Series

Every Friday this spring we will be hosting our Energy Bites seminar series remotely. Each webinar will have 2 short presentation "bites" over the lunch hour (12pm to 1pm PST). We hope you can join us and check out some of our latest research. Bring your lunch and connect with our students, staff, and faculty. Our next seminar is Friday, May 1. [More]

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