A recent study out of Harvard concludes that press coverage of the ongoing presidential campaign rarely includes policy specifics. Yet college-age voters report very high support for action on climate change, and policies to promote renewable energy development are one of the key tools for addressing climate change. To address the reporting deficit, I submit […]
For two weeks this August, students from around the world gathered at UC Berkeley for the first ever Nuclear Innovation Bootcamp. The goal? To train the next generation of nuclear professionals to generate ideas and solve problems with significant real-world impact.
Every two years, the energy efficiency community gathers on the beaches of Pacific Grove, CA to attend the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study. BERC own Dan Aas joined the conference; find out more about his experience.
On Saturday, May 7th, the BERC outreach program SEED hosted their annual Energy/Water Fair on UC Berkeley’s campus. Students from both the elementary school program at La Escuelita Elementary School in Oakland and the high school program at Berkeley High braved the rain to display the science projects they worked on during the spring semester.
For the first time, GTM organized a one-day summit exclusively dedicated to solar software. This event gathered more than 250 solar professionals and featured software demos from Folsom Labs, Neurio technology, Wiser Capital, Eagleview technologies and Enact Systems.
Meet Kalyan Pentapalli, an MBA student whose work is at the intersection of energy and mobile communications.