Even though clean energy technologies have experienced substantial and rapid growth in recent years, their combined efforts were not enough to prevent the largest single-year increase of atmospheric CO2 release in 2013.
On October 17, leaders from private sector, academic, and non-profit institutions will convene at the BERC Energy Summit to discuss the importance of cross-organizational collaboration in effecting positive changes in energy access.
The UT Energy Week is the largest energy event at the University of Texas- an institution conducting more energy research than any other university in the country. The cross-disciplinary conference explores developments in technology, markets, policy, and research.
Some of us occasionally feel the urge to turn off the kitchen/porch/office light as our small step towards addressing global climate change. A Berkeley PhD student – Gavin McCormick – has started a nonprofit to provide information on exactly how our actions impact pollution.
A recent market analysis indicates that the revenue distributed generation of energy should exceed $182 billion by 2023, which will significantly challenge the position of traditional utilities in the energy system.
The Innovation Expo at BERC’s Energy Summit 2014 to be held on Thursday evening, October 16th. The not-to-be-missed event includes a keynote from LightSail Energy’s Danielle Fong, an Energy Innovation Case Competition and a Poster Exposition and Contest.
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