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BERC Innovative Solutions (BIS) is kicking off our Fall 2014 application season!
We’re all familiar with the drawbacks of food-based (“1st generation”) biofuels—food vs. fuel, fertilizer and water usage, low energy payback, and nutrient pollution. But this summer, a group of experts from across the U.S. gathered in Iowa to discuss the formation of a new, and advanced, biofuel industry.
Building Automated Systems (BAS) and Connected Buildings are bringing the interconnectedness of modern innovation to the world’s greatest consumer of energy, buildings. As obstacles crumble away in the building industry, the world is moving closer and closer to the Jetsons’ Home.
The sun is a tremendous infinite reservoir of renewable energy. Solar energy is by far the largest energy source and its reservoir is significantly larger than all other energy sources put together, including renewable and non-renewable sources. Here is a closer look at 4 ways to harvest solar energy.
Berkeley Lab recently launched M37 — an exciting new program we’ve launched to support entrepreneurial researchers in developing next-generation energy technologies. The program is now seeking innovators with a passion for energy technology to apply for M37′s first cohort.
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