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.
BERC and the Young Professionals in Energy club are hosting a summer happy hour in San Francisco – come join us for an evening of schmoozing and $5 energy-themed specialty cocktails!
When: Wednesday, August 6th, 5:30-7:30pm
Where: Mr Smith’s, 34 7th St., San Fransisco. Walking distance from Civic Center BART.
Scientists leverage data to revolutionize how we use and conserve water and energy. Cross-posted from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Newscenter.
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.
The CEC has multiple openings throughout its various divisions – Apply now!
Given the high level of interest in developing world projects this year, Cleantech to Market (C2M) has added a new project, Modular roofing tiles, involving both a partnership with UC Berkeley’s Development Impact Lab as well as a new startup in India called Re-Materials.
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