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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.
Jun 15 2015 | YouTube | Posted In: Press
Neuro-economics grad student Nik Sawe discusses his research, much of it funded by Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, at TEDxStanford.
Apr 27 2015 | Scientific American | Posted In: Press
Wind, solar and other forms of renewable energy could be the fastest growing power sources over the next few decades.
Feb 23 2015 | Posted In: News
On February 9, State Senators Kevin deLeon and Mark Leno introduced SB 350: Golden State Standards 50-50-50. Their proposal mirrors the climate goals Gov. Jerry Brown announced last month: to use energy in buildings 50 percent more efficiently, to get 50 percent of California’s electricity from...