Join CIEE Electric Grid Director Dr. Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier and experts from Marin Clean Energy, Mynt Systems, Smarter Grid Solutions, and Schneider Electric in their panel discussion on “Optimizing Smart Buildings and the Grid” at the 2022 USGBC Smart Building Summit on May 12 at 10:40 AM PDT.
CIEE Electric Grid Director Dr. Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier will be participating in the 2022 Milken Institute Global Conference, which will take place from May 1-4 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
CIEE Associate Director Dr. Therese Peffer participated in a Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies symposium which focused on digitalization and how it is spurring a fundamental change in the way housing is produced, marketed, sold, financed, managed, and lived in.
Last month, CIEE Electric Grid Director Dr. Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier participated in the 2022 Diversity in Tech Symposium (formerly the Women in Tech Symposium). Co-organized by CITRIS and the Banatao Institute and the UC Berkeley College of Engineering, this year’s event focused on the theme, “Advancing Climate Resilience.”
An overview of the ongoing work at CIEE, highlighting nine fascinating active projects with which our experts are currently engaged. Read on to get the latest news in energy and environment research.
An update with Taryn Fransen, the 2021 Art Rosenfeld Award winner, on how she’s been able to utilize the award to help her further her research in climate and energy policy.
CIEE is excited to welcome University of California, Davis Professor Michele Barbato as the new faculty director of the CITRIS Climate initiative.
Energy Efficiency Day is on October 6, and focuses on cutting consumer energy bills and reducing pollution. For this year’s Energy Efficiency day, a few of CIEE’s team members are sharing our favorite energy efficiency strategies. What are yours?
The Cal Energy Corps Virtual Reception was held on Tuesday, Sept. 28, giving this year’s student interns an opportunity to present their research conducted throughout the summer-long program.
Cal Energy Corps interns have been hard at work both in-person and remotely with their host organizations! As the 2021 program draws to a close, they have officially wrapped up their projects and tasks. Let’s take one last look at the work some of our interns accomplished.