After 11 years of providing students summer internships with energy-related companies and national labs, the Cal Energy Corps will merge with the Climate and Energy track of the CITRIS Workforce Innovation Program beginning December 2022.
Dr. Barbara Haya discusses the viability of turning carbon offset credits into cryptocurrencies on The Verge.
The BECC Conference hosted a webinar on September 15 to address recent developments in behavioral science beyond encouraging general energy-saving behaviors, such as targeting peak heating and cooling events, engaging building occupants, and focusing on building operators who can have greater influence on how energy is used.
On Thursday, September 8, the Cal Energy Corps, in partnership with the CITRIS Workforce Innovation Program (WIP), hosted a joint reception to celebrate the achievements of the 2022 intern cohorts.
October 5 marks Energy Efficiency Day, a nationwide campaign that celebrates the benefits of sustainable energy use. The CIEE team is certainly no stranger to efficiency–in fact, here are some of the ways they conserve energy in their daily lives.
Dr. Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier talks about the state of California’s grid alongside experts from UC Berkeley and The New York Times.
The CIEE senior advisor offers pragmatic advice on averting rolling blackouts in a recent SF Chronicle article.
Amid a record-setting heatwave, the CITRIS Climate initiative faculty director points to climate change as a critical problem.
According to the CIEE senior advisor, grid modernization is not a matter of if, but when.
The CITRIS Climate faculty director is developing new ways to protect threatened infrastructure, per a recent story in Civil Engineering Magazine.