How do I?

How Do I?

For information on tax credits, rebates and other savings programs for energy efficiency improvements, visit the Department of Energy web site.

Every home is different. For homes within the United States, you can use EETD’s Home Energy Saver to get advice on how to lower your energy bills and make your own home energy-efficient and more comfortable. Your local utility is your source for finding rebate programs for home energy improvements, and referrals to contractors. For buying energy-efficient products, see the ENERGY STAR website.

All jobs in the Environmental Energy Technologies Division are posted to the Human Resources website of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Search on the Division’s name, type of position, and field of interest.

All jobs in the Environmental Energy Technologies Division are posted to the Human Resources website of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Search on the Division’s name, type of position, and field of interest.

Berkeley Lab does not do product testing on a fee-for-service basis. However, several of EETD’s laboratories will work with your company to conduct cooperative research on advanced, prototype technologies. For current EETD research facilities see our web page.

The User Testbed Facility, when complete, will provide the buildings industry the chance to test the performance and energy savings of a wide variety of technologies for buildings. See the web site for more information.

EETD invites R&D collaboration with scientists who have a mutual interest in the research areas we cover, from industry and the university/national laboratory community, at home and internationally. Collaborative R&D can take place through numerous mechanisms, including sponsored guest researchers, cooperative research and development agreements, contracts, and sponsorship of post-doctoral researchers. Contact AWard@lbl.gov for more information.

EETD has developed numerous energy-efficient, air quality improvement, and energy storage technologies. They are offered for licensing to the private sector. You can browse technologies, and discuss licensing with Berkeley Lab’s Technology Transfer Department. Contact: TTD@lbl.gov.