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December 2009

Energy Secretary Chu's Copenhagen Talk References EETD Research

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Berkeley Lab Awarded $15.9 Million in Recovery Act Funding for New Net-Zero Energy Buildings National User Facility

Berkeley Lab Measurements in Central California Suggest Methane Emissions May Be Underestimated

Berkeley Lab Experts Assist in the Greening of China

OpenADR Specification Developed by Demand Response Research Center Boosted by Recovery Act Grant to Honeywell

Berkeley Lab Study Finds No Widespread Impact of Wind Power Projects on Surrounding Residential Property Values in the U.S.

Secretary Napolitano Announces New Study to Protect Against Chemical Attacks and Bolster Emergency Planning Efforts

November 2009

FABS21 Benchmarking Tool Will Help Semiconductor Manufacturing Facilities Improve Energy-Efficiency

Marc Fischer's Research in Dan Rather Reports

October 2009

Majumdar Confirmed as First Head of DOE's ARPA-E

New Berkeley Lab Report Shows That the Installed Cost of Solar Photovoltaic Systems in the U.S. Fell in 2008

The Hidden Costs of Energy Production—$120 Billion In 2005

Berkeley Lab and the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Advance Energy Efficient Data Centers With Technology Demonstrations

September 2009

White House Nominates Berkeley Lab's Majumdar to Head Key DOE Agency

Berkeley Lab's Ashok Gadgil Wins Heinz Award

Berkeley Lab Receives $1.8 Million in Recovery Act Funding to Help Federal Agencies Improve Energy Efficiency

Fine-Tuning Buildings' Energy Systems Urged

August 2009

Leaping the Efficiency Gap

In Successful Test of Fast-DR, Northern California Takes Another Step Towards Smart Grid

Berkeley Lab and China's Tsinghua University to Tackle Building Energy Efficiency

July 2009

A Meeting With a Berkeley Lab Scientist Inspires a Young Inventor

New Study Sheds Light on the Growing U.S. Wind Power Market

June 2009

EETD Nominates Buildy Award Winners

Microsoft Licenses Berkeley Lab's Home Energy Saver Code for Its Energy Management Software

Berkeley Lab Scientists Contribute to Major New Report Describing Climate Change Impacts on the U.S.

Green Chemistry: Using Lasers to Detect Explosives and Hazardous Waste

Working Toward the Very Low Energy Consumption Building of the Future

May 2009

The Coming of Biofuels: Study Shows Reducing Gasoline Emissions Will Benefit Human Health

April 2009

Berkeley Lab Researchers Announce OpenADR Specification to Ease Saving Power in Buildings Through Demand Response

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