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California’s Drought: Challenges and Opportunities
Responding to crisis today; developing resilience for tomorrow
April 18th 10am – 2pm
David Brower Center, Berkeley CA
Two new solar plants in the Mojave Desert have been approved by the Department of Interior, but their emplacement in desert tortoise habitat is riling up the usual controversy.
Growth Driven by Technology, Market and Manufacturing Innovation. BERC and the PV Idea Lab are co-hosting a talk by Mr. Brad Mattson, the CEO of Siva Power.
The increasing costs of various material resources may soon give rise to a circular model of industrial production, in which products undergo multiple cycles of manufacturing, use, re-manufacturing and re-use.
BERC’s former co-president Grace Hsu recently attended the Energy Bar Association’s Western Chapter Meeting where she got to listen to an interesting panel on distributed generation (DG) and net energy metering (NEM). Here are her thoughts on the event and the state of net metering.
Here is the recap from the BERCShop: Closing the Carbon Cycle – Scaling Up Carbon Removal Solutions. Check out the recorded video of the event, the slides from the panelist, some key takeaways from the event organizers and more!
The poor air quality of India’s capital has recently been making international headlines around the world. New Delhi is competing with Beijing for the unofficial title of the world’s most polluted capital. Some say New Delhi has already surpassed Beijing.