BERC Blog

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5 September 2013

Join this year’s SEED program!

Students for Environmental Education Development (SEED) is looking for highly motivated volunteers to engage students in the East Bay in energy/resource oriented education.

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4 September 2013

Goldman School taking submissions for Policy Papers

PolicyMatters Journal is now accepting submissions for our Fall 2013 edition! As you start wrapping up your summers, we invite you to dust off those IPAs, APAs, term papers, or opinion pieces and consider submitting a piece for next semester’s journal.

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30 August 2013

Upcoming BERCshop

Today, close to 1.4 billion people do not have access to electricity, and another billion suffer regular outages and poor service. Come to this BERCshop to learn more.

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26 August 2013

BERC Welcome Event

Learn about how to get involved with the nation’s premier graduate student club tackling today’s energy and environmental challenges.

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5 August 2013

Summer Energy Happy Hour

Summer Energy Happy Hour jointly hosted by Berkeley Energy & Resources Collaborative, Stanford Energy Club, and Young Professionals in Energy turns out great crowd

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16 July 2013

Learn more about SolarList Ground Forces – helping homeowners go solar

SolarList, a startup helping homeowners go solar while lowering customer acquisition costs for solar installation companies, is throwing a Google Hangout today for any students interested in joining the venture.

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29 June 2013

UC Berkeley and MIT Launch Energy-Efficiency Research Project

The E2e Project aims to give decision-makers real-world evidence on the most cost-effective ways to reduce energy and emissions.

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Obama: “New” Policy for Renewables on Public Lands, or Fast-Tracking Redux?

President Obama’s new climate plan includes a proposal to expand renewables on Public Land. But is it just more of the same?