WCEC Well Represented at This Year's ASHRAE Conference

The Western Cooling Efficiency Center (WCEC) has an impressive seven presentations at this year’s ASHRAE Winter Conference in Chicago.
Christy Green
Load Flexibility of a Residential Multi-Function Heat Pump Using Dynamic Pricing
Caton Mande
Model-Based Hot Water Draw Estimation in Heat Pump Water Heaters
Fredrick Meyers
Laboratory Evaluation of High-Efficiency Motor and Drive Systems for Packaged HVAC Units 
Curtis Harrington
Swimming Pools as Heat Sinks for Air Conditioners
Emily Fricke
Design and Testing of a Novel Microchannel Polymer Heat Exchanger for Applications in Residential Cooling
David Vernon
Heating Hot Water Distribution Heat Losses – Detailed Measurement
Jonathan Hollist
Desiccant Enhanced Indirect Evaporative Cooling: Laboratory Testing

KAIST Visiting Professors Illuminate Smart City Strategies

CLTC hosted distinguished visiting professors from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST) on January 23. These scholars shared insights into smart city technologies and climate change mitigation strategies. Their presentations provided attendees with valuable perspectives on urban development and sustainable finance. Participants departed enriched and eager for future engagements with pioneering research. Learn more

Apply today to the UC Davis Energy Graduate Group!

The UC Davis Energy Graduate Group (EGG) stands as a beacon for aspiring leaders in sustainable energy. Our program is tailored for those driven to make a meaningful impact in the energy sector, and our master’s and PhD degrees serve as a launching pad for groundbreaking energy careers.

If you know someone eager to champion positive change in sustainable energy and seeking an unparalleled educational journey, encourage them to seize this opportunity! For more details about the program or to start the application process, visit our website or reach out to us directly.

Join the Conversation on Energy Justice

Explore the intricate connections between equity, environment, and energy systems in the EEI Energy Justice Seminar Series. From data-driven equity analysis to understanding the impact of energy poverty, each seminar offers valuable insights into pressing issues. Join us as we navigate the global energy transition, explore innovative initiatives, and discuss the crucial role of inclusive climate policies. Expand your understanding and contribute to the dialogue on building a more just and sustainable energy future.