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December 2012

New ARPA-E Projects Will Advance Efficient Buildings, Windows, Electric Grid

November 2012

Berkeley Lab Part of Energy Department Team Selected as DOE’s Batteries and Energy Storage Hub

California’s Energy Future: Buildings and Industrial Efficiency

Heliotrope Technologies Speeds to Victory as the 2012 NOVA Innovation Competition Winner

The Installed Price of Solar Photovoltaic Systems in the U.S. Continues to Decline at a Rapid Pace

Berkeley Lab Hosts Industry for Preview of First Phase of FLEXLAB, a New Laboratory for Energy-Efficient Buildings

Mary Ann Piette Named One of the VERGE 25 by

Berkeley Lab’s Ashok Gadgil will Lead UC Berkeley’s New Development Impact Laboratory

Supporting the U.S. Department of Defense: A History of Energy Efficiency and National Security

Researchers Seek Non-Smoking Volunteers With California Homes for Indoor Air Quality Study

Reducing Barriers to Residential Building Air Tightness: Assessing Safety Diagnostics for Atmospherically Vented Combustion Appliances

October 2012

Study Finds Reasons to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Childcare Facilities

Web Guide to Improving Existing Ventilation in California Homes and Apartments

Cool Pavements Bill Signed Into Law

Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water to Berkeley Lab’s Ashok Gadgil

September 2012

Increased Carbon Dioxide Concentration Impacts Human Performance—Paper Published Online in Environmental Health Perspectives

Nanogrids Can Support Smart Grid Success

Indoor Air Quality Scientific Findings Resource Bank

Portraits of Energy Systems Report Released by California Council on Science and Technology

National Science Foundation Supports Laney College BEST Center with $4 Million Grant

Testing Efficient Lighting and Building Control Solutions at Berkeley Lab: The First FLEXLAB Module Takes Shape

Apply for the ITRI-Rosenfeld Postdoctoral Fellowship

August 2012

Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry Wins $3.4 Million Training Grant, Seeks Graduate Students

EETD Researchers Help Identify Effective CCS Deployment Strategies

Department of Energy Announces Winning Student Team of Max Tech, the University-Based Appliance Design Competition

Demand Response in Popular Mechanics Magazine

The Building as an Energy Storage Device: Fast Demand Response as a Solution to Intermittent Renewables

Calculating Properties of Materials from First Principles—A Tool for Faster Advanced Materials Development

New Study Finds the U.S. Wind Power Market Riding a Wave That Is Likely to Crest in 2012

Posted to the White House Blog: A Banner Year for Wind Energy

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