UC Berkeley organization, Southeast Asia – Renewable and Adaptive Energy (SEA-RAE), has won a United Nations grant for sustainable energy development.
According to the Norwegian researchers it is possible to combine the increased levels of water energy production with salmon productivity.
BERC Team member Jonathan Lim (BERC VP of Marketing, Haas MBA Candidate 2014) was recently nominated as a White House “Champion of Change: Veterans Advancing Clean Energy & Climate Security”.
Presently, the battery remains the predominant energy storage technology, but the supercapacitor is becoming a promising energy storage device that may challenge the battery’s dominant position.
The Ghanaian government has prioritized universal electricity access by 2020 as one of its top goals.
At the Philomathia Forum last Friday, Sally Thompson, Assistant Professor of UC Berkeley’s Environmental Engineering program, presented on the Arkvathy River in South India, whose flow has declined since the 1970s and has now run dry in many areas; similar to the Colorado.
It’s time for the last BERC field trip of the year! BERC members will visit a fossil fuel energy power plant, the combined cycle Russell City Energy Center Nov 22nd.
Applications for the 2014 co-presidents are in. We invite our community to share thoughts on the candidate platforms!