SolarList is building mobile software that allows students to offer free, third-party home solar assessments. Then, SolarList can connect interested homeowners to installers.
Did you know that Cleantech to Market (C2M) helps launch all kinds of low carbon energy projects? After a century of “progress” we are already over the atmospheric CO2 goal of 350 ppm. In fact we are over 390 ppm and climbing.
C2M forms cross-disciplinary teams of graduate students to work on emerging climate change solutions (energy and water) out of UCB and LBNL. Students are drawn from business, engineering, science, ERG, law, policy and more.
Have you ever heard of Imprint Energy? Did you know they got their start in the C2M course?
One of C2M’s success stories! Mechanical engineer Lindsay Miller, PhD 12, knew there was a market for her doctoral thesis project—a device the size of a stick of gum that harvests energy from machinery vibrations, generating enough electricity to run wireless sensors without ever having to change a battery.
This past weekend, UC Berkeley threw its first inaugural “Cleanweb Hackathon” with a coalition of campus sponsors and corporate partners.
When PSE&G, the largest utility in New Jersey announces it’s investing nearly half a billion dollars in mid-scale solar Californians should take notice.
Entrepreneurs Lyuba Wolf of EverCharge, Luke Iseman of re:char, and Aaswath Raman of radCool, won last week’s “Future Energy Pitch” event at Stanford, powered by Ultra Light Startups.