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BECC Webinar Recap: ‘Equitable Digitalization of Residential Energy Technologies’

A square-shaped smart thermostat depicting a home’s indoor temperature.

The use of residential smart technology has led to new energy efficiency investments, but important questions remain regarding who benefits from home energy digitalization and how to ensure it is equitable. Empowering and engaging with people, particularly the most vulnerable, is key to better understanding and utilizing these technologies.

Cal Energy Corps 2021: Final Blog Roundup

A circuit with breadboard built by a Cal Energy Corps intern

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.

A Quantitative, Equitable Framework for Urban Transportation Electrification

People on and offboarding an AC Transit bus in Oakland, CA

Dr. Sergio Castellanos Rodriguez, former researcher at CIEE and currently an Assistant Professor at UT Austin, recently released a paper which focuses on equitable transportation electrification in Oakland, CA in The Sustainable Cities and Society journal based on research conducted during his time at CIEE.

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