16 September 2013

Investing in Latin America: More than the Chinese Bottom Line

Latin America has been a hot destination for Chinese investors in the energy and natural resources sector. Since 2005, China has become the largest Latin America investor in Asia. But what’s the bottom line?

16 September 2013

BERC Reactions to Day One of REFF-West

A team of BERC members joined the ranks of project developers and investors at the Renewable Energy Finance Forum in San Francisco today. Here are some highlights from the first day of the conference.

15 September 2013

BERC @ Renewable Energy Finance Forum (REFF) West this week

BERC members will be live-blogging the Renewable Energy Finance Forum in San Francisco this week. Come join us!

13 September 2013

Chairman of China’s largest real estate enterprise to lecture Sept 18 at LBNL

You are invited to attend a talk by Wang Shi, the founder and Chairman of China Vanke, the largest residential real estate developer in the world at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on Wednesday September 18, 2013 at 12 noon.

13 September 2013

Berkeley Innovative Solutions (BIS) Applications due today!

Applications are due today, Sept 13th! BIS is the consulting arm of BERC, through which we work with companies of the San Francisco Bay Area in a variety of energy and resources related issues.

13 September 2013

Energy Research Symposium, Sept. 17: i4Energy and Berkeley Energy and Climate Institute

The i4Energy is a nexus, bringing multi-disciplinary minds together to create information technology advances for our multi-layered energy challenges.

12 September 2013

BERC Seeking Bloggers

Do you have an interest in pressing energy and resources issues? Do you have a cool internship or job that relates to energy? Join us tomorrow 2PM at 220 Cheit Hall at Haas Business School for more information!

9 September 2013

How Big is Utility-Scale Solar?

The phrase “utility-scale solar” is heard so frequently in discussions about renewable energy that it comes as a bit of a shock that there is no commonly accepted definition. From 25 kW – 50 MW, how big qualifies as “utility-scale”?