BERC elections are coming up! If you are thinking about becoming part of the leadership team, come to one of our events this week.
1. BERC Elections Information Session – 11/6
2. BERC Elections – Happy Hour – 11/6
Nuclear power is not a prevalent source of energy in Latin America. Only three countries in Latin America have functional nuclear reactor power plants, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico. The amount of nuclear power used in those countries, however, is very little.
On October 24th BERC members and students went on a study tour at Calpine’s Delta Energy Center in Pittsburg, California. Opened in June 2002, the combined cycle natural gas power plant owns three natural gas combustion turbines, three heat recovery generators and one steam generator with a total capacity of 835 megawatts.
Two weeks have passed since the BERC Energy Summit 2014. The 2014 summit was the 9th and the largest energy conference in the history of BERC. The BERC blog also recently had its 3-year anniversary. This week, we will take a look at the greatest hits on the BERC blog in the past three years. The top three have been added to the newsletter.
Many millions of Africans lack access to the electricity grid, but new solar and micro-hydro systems are allowing entrepreneurial Africans to leapfrog grid development across the continent.
The BERC Energy Summit – Berkeley’s student energy club’s flagship event — took place last Thursday and Friday (October 16-17). In case you missed it, here are some highlights from the event.
BERC Carbon Presents: BERCshop – Carbon Drawdown:
Andersen Auditorium, Haas School of Business, Monday, October 27, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
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