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Aug 24 2015 | Posted In: News
Electric power outages have not become more common since 2000, but when U.S. customers are without electricity they must wait a lot longer for the lights to come back on, according to a new study.
Jul 2 2015 | Posted In: News
“Cheaper and better always wins.” At the first debate ever presented by the Silicon Valley Energy Summit, that was the winning argument made by Mark Platshon, half of the team contending that the internal combustion engine has no future in California. Platshon is a senior advisor to BMW’s i-...
Jul 2 2015 | Posted In: News
The world’s energy systems are undergoing a renewable revolution thanks to technological advances despite a lack of commitment from the United States and some other countries, according to Dan Arvizu, director of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
Jul 2 2015 | Posted In: News
Two major forces are reshaping the outlook for clean energy technologies: the U.S. military’s commitment to slashing its consumption of fossil fuels, and escalating supplies of inexpensive natural gas in North America.
Jul 2 2015 | Path to Positive Communities | Posted In: Press
SVES, June 25, 2015: Jan Pepper • Dawn Weisz • Joe Como • Ann Hancock More than 400 cross-sector leaders from Silicon Valley and beyond gathered at the Precourt Energy Efficiency Center's (sold-out) annual event at Stanford to talk about how to make their organizations and communities more...