UC Davis Symposium Paves the Way to Industrial Sustainability

On April 16, 2024, UC Davis hosted the second Industrial Decarbonization Symposium, bringing together more than 200 industry leaders, utilities, regulators, and researchers to collaborate on reducing carbon emissions in our industrial landscape. Participants explored innovative ideas and forged strategic partnerships to drive actionable solutions, advancing towards a more environmentally conscious and competitive industrial sector.

Workshop presentation slides are available on the event website. And be sure to check out idsh.ucdavis.edu for more information on the UC Davis Industrial Decarbonization Solutions Hub and its efforts to promote sustainability and economic growth.

New Study Forecasts EV Impact on CA’s Grid

A recent study delves into the future strain on California’s electric distribution system due to the rapid rise of EV adoption. Highlighting potential strain on the distribution system by 2045, the research underscores the intersection of transportation and energy infrastructure.

CLTC Videos Shed Light on New CA Standards

The California Lighting Technology Center recently released its video series covering the 2022 Title 24, Part 6 lighting requirements. These videos aim to provide practical insights for implementing code-compliant lighting in both nonresidential and residential buildings throughout California.

Thank You to Our Give Day Donors!

This UC Davis Give Day, nearly $13,000 was raised for our energy and transportation programs, thanks to the generosity of donors like you! Your contributions are a testament to your commitment to our students, research, UC Davis, and the Institute. If you missed Give Day but would still like to contribute, gifts can be made here. Thank you again so much to all who helped support Give Day 2024, and we hope to see you at one of our events later this year!

EEI Spring Seminar Series

Every Thursday this spring we are hosting our Energy Bites seminar series in-person and remotely. Each seminar features two short presentation “bites” over the lunch hour (12pm to 1pm). We hope you can join us and check out some of our latest research.

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