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Member Countries of the UfM
8 October 2012

Introducing the BERC Mediterranean Community

As a new student initiative, the BERC Mediterranean Community hopes to underscore the importance of renewable energies in the Mediterranean, and the essential role that the Mediterranean plays on a global scale in the research, adoption and implementation of renewable energy.

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8 October 2012

Department Spotlight: Haas School of Business

Haas’ mission is to develop leaders who redefine how we do business by putting new ideas into action in all areas of their organizations, and who do so responsibly. The schools course offerings, distinguished faculty and project work opportunities in clean energy serve to promote this mission.

SXSW
8 October 2012

BERC at SXSW Eco- Encouraging Student Energy Clubs at Catalysts

Read about BERC’s involvement in student energy clubs at South By Southwest Eco

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2 October 2012

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2 October 2012

China’s post-Fukushima attitude toward nuclear energy

A look at how China’s plan for nuclear energy differs from other major players in the field.

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2 October 2012

China looks to impose tariff on US polysilicon and EU begins its own anti-dumping investigations

China, currently the largest market for panel-grade polysilicon, is looking to put tariffs on imports from the U.S. and S. Korea by November. SolarWorld of Germany is now leading European Commission to impose a tariff on Chinese solar panel imports.

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Obama Makes First Presidential Investment Block since 1990 against Chinese Turbine Company

Obama blocks Ralls Corp and mandates a 90-day divestment of all its projects. Meanwhile China seeks to further integrate Wind energy via restrictions and quotas

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2 October 2012

Can China Eat its Own pie? The Hidden Conflicts of China’s Nuclear Development

Although China is reaping the benefits from its nuclear R&D in the recent years, there is still a huge gap between the money invested in nuclear and the money that remains in China during the construction processes of nuclear power plants.