On November 2, 2016, BERC held its annual 2016 Resources Roundtable, featuring the Water-Energy Nexus. Attracting over 100 UC Berkeley students, faculty, and professionals, the conversations shed light on current and anticipated challenges to the water-energy nexus, as well as steps towards...Read more about Challenges and Opportunities for our Water-Energy future
This year BERC will participate in the annual Big Give campaign organized by UC Berkeley. This year’s theme is the “Berkeley effect”: The butterfly effect explains change. The Berkeley Effect changes the world. If a butterfly flapping its wings in Brazil can cause a tornado in Texas, then...Read more about Support BERC during this year’s Big Give campaign, 11/17
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The Paris Climate Agreement covers 98 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Its adoption in 2015 at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and recent ratification create an unprecedented opportunity to address our...Read more about BERCShop: Mobilizing Finance for the Paris Climate Agreement
What is the cost of scientific misunderstanding? How many lives are lost as a result of false assumptions and inaccurate data representation? More importantly, what can I do, as a scientist, to address these misunderstandings and save those lives?
Everyone has probably heard of the kids...Read more about Let’s Teach Kids to Ignore Nuclear Lies
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The electricity industry is going through a transformation unlike anything since the days of Edison, Insull, Westinghouse,...Read more about Getting into Hot Water at a Utility
In the past year, Venture capital (VC) funding for early-stage cleantech companies seems to have mostly dried up. The good news is that other cleantech investors are stepping up to fill the void- including our own University. But before diving into the details of...Read more about Early Stage Cleantech Funding – If VCs won’t do it, who will?
A recent study out of Harvard concludes that press coverage of the ongoing presidential campaign rarely includes policy specifics. Yet college-age...Read more about Presidential Candidate Renewable Energy Policies
For two weeks this August, students from around the world gathered at UC Berkeley for the first ever Nuclear Innovation Bootcamp. The goal? To train the next generation of nuclear professionals to generate ideas and solve problems with significant real-world impact.
Though nuclear energy...Read more about Pioneering the future of nuclear energy innovation
Every two years, the energy efficiency community gathers on the beaches of Pacific Grove, CA to attend the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study. This community ranges from engineers...Read more about BERC Goes to ACEEE Energy Efficiency Conference
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Product Management in the Mobile Location Based Services field for a major Tier 1 Telecommunication carrier in the US.
For the first time, GTM organized a one-day summit exclusively dedicated to solar software. This event gathered more than 250 solar professionals and featured software demos from Folsom Labs, ...Read more about First Solar Software Summit in Arizona: how software can cut 40% of solar soft costs