Seminars & Webinars

The EEI and it’s affiliated research centers, programs, and collaborators host energy-related seminars & webinars throughout the academic year.

See our upcoming seminars & webinars and past seminars & webinars.

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Upcoming Seminars & Webinars

  • Seminar Canceled

    Speaker: Meredith Fowlie, Associate Professor, Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
    Host: Energy Graduate Group
    Date: 11/16/2018
    Time: 10:30am to 11:50am
    Location: 1605 Tilia Street, West Village, UC Davis

    Watch via Livestream

  • A Philosophy of Customer Service: PG&E’s Approach to Serving Customers, with a Special Focus on Commercial Accounts

    Speakers: Deborah Affonsa, Vice President Customer Service at Pacific Gas & Electric
    Host: Energy and Efficiency Institute & Graduate School of Management
    Date: 3/5/2021
    Time: 9am to 9:50am
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  • Energy Bites - April 16, 2021

    Speaker 1: Residential Electrification in Sacramento and its Barriers – Yemi Akoda, Energy Graduate Group
    Speaker 2: Des Champs HVAC Air-Trap Testing – Theresa Pistochini & Robbie McMurry, Western Cooling Efficiency Center
    Time: 12pm to 1pm
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  • Scientific and Engineering Challenges and Opportunities to Enable Net Zero Emissions Energy Systems

    Speaker: Nathan Lewis, Commissioner, California Institute of Technology
    Host: Energy Graduate Group
    Date: 11/8/2019
    Time: 10:30am to 11:50am
    Location: 1605 Tilia Street, West Village, UC Davis
    Watch via Zoom

  • Energy Bites - April 23, 2021

    Bite 1: Opportunities and Barriers of Decarbonizing Sacramento Multifamily Buildings
    Rhys Davis, Energy Graduate Group
    Bite 2: Aerosol Sealing Applications in Existing Residential Homes
    Curtis Harrington, Western Cooling Efficiency Center
     12pm to 1pm
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  • Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Residential Heating Technologies in the USA

    Speaker: Theresa Pistochini, UC Davis Western Cooling Efficiency Center
    Date: April 20, 2021
    Time: 10am to 11am PST

  • Energy Bites - April 30, 2021

    Bite 1: Integrating Electric Vehicles and the Electricity Grid
    Alan Jenn, Plug-In Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Research Center
    Bite 2: Optimizing Commercial Building Operations under Real-time Conditions
    Cori Jackson, California Technology Lighting Center
     12pm to 1pm
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  • Energy Bites - May 7, 2021

    Bite 1: Low Cost, High Accuracy Building Ventilation Screening Tool
    Caton Mande, Western Cooling Efficiency Center
    Bite 2: Energy Barrier for Achieving the Goal of Sustainability in Indoor Farming
    Shamim Ahamed, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
     12pm to 1pm
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  • Energy Bites - May 14, 2021

    Bite 1: Developer and Resident Experience with Electrification of Affordable Housing
    Ashley DePew, Energy Graduate Group/Energy and Efficiency Institute
    Eli Alston-Stepnitz, Department of Sociology
    Bite 2: Home Occupancy Detection and Electricity Response to Heat Waves
    Jon Martindill, Energy Graduate Group/Center for Water-Energy Efficiency
    Time: 12pm to 1pm
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  • Energy Bites - May 21, 2021

    Bite 1: Equity Mapping Utlity-Scale Renewable Portfolio Standard Energy Facilities
    Ingrid Behrsin, Public Scholarship & Engagement
    Johanna Heyer, Civil & Environmental Engineering
    Bite 2: Automated Emissions Reduction: Bringing Emissions Aware Controls to Smart Devices
    Henry Richardson, WattTimeTime: 12pm to 1pm
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  • Energy Bites - May 28, 2021

    Bite 1: Linear LED Retrofit Solutions Now Part of the ‘Million LED Challenge’ Program
    Nicole Hathaway, California Lighting Technology Center
    Bite 2: Integrated Building Control Systems Laboratory Evaluation
    Tristan Bond, California Lighting Technology Center
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  • The Big Shift:  Lessons Learned in Converting UC Davis Buildings from Steam to Hot Water

    Thursday, June 17th from 11am to 12pm PST

    The Big Shift is a transformative infrastructure project taking place on the UC Davis campus where building heating systems are being converted from steam heat that is generated by natural gas to hot water that is generated by electricity. The Big Shift will help the university achieve its goal of becoming carbon neutral by reducing reliance on fossil fuel.

    In this special GEM webinar, UC Davis staff and partners will candidly discuss the project to date and lessons learned, including critical design considerations and the importance of stakeholder coordination. There will be plenty of time for discussion and Q&As so please bring your experiences and questions to share.
    Webinar Sponsor: Siemens
    Register Now