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June 2013

Full Version of EnergyIQ Released

May 2013

Funding Opportunity For Faculty-Led Student Engineering Design Teams 2013/2014 Academic Year

EETD's Mark Fischer Testifies at California Senate Hearing

Berkeley Lab Researchers Evaluate Tin Nanocrystals for Li-ion Battery Electrodes

Max Tech & Beyond: Design Competition for Ultra-Low-Energy-Use Appliances and Equipment

U.S.-China Ecopartnerships Website is Open, Seeks Private and Public Sector Partners

Energy Savings with Reliability from Data Center Fan Control

Chemical Analysis at the Nanometer Scale—Berkeley Lab Breakthrough Uses Laser, Near Field Optics

CalCharge Members Will Be Able to Utilize Berkeley Lab Resources to Spark New Battery Research and Development

The Demand to Grid Lab: Testing and Demonstrating Smart Grid and Customer Technologies in Berkeley Lab

April 2013

Berkeley Lab Study Shows Significant Potential for Deployment of Superefficient Air Conditioners

Implications of Cost-Effectiveness Screening Practices in a Low Natural Gas Price Environment: Case Study of a Midwestern Residential Energy Upgrade Program—Policy Brief

NEC Laboratories Funding Supports Microgrids Research

EETD Speakers at Upcoming Events: Silicon Valley Energy Storage Symposium

EETD Speakers at Upcoming Events: Concrete Sustainability Conference

Moving Toward a Health-Based Ventilation Standard: A Conversation with Max Sherman

Berkeley Lab Researchers Release Guide to Financing Energy Upgrades for K-12 School Districts

March 2013

The Max Tech and Beyond Design Competition: Inspiring Energy Efficiency Research in the Nation’s Universities

Home Energy Saver Launches Online Forum for Homeowners

Attend the 2013 Silicon Valley Energy Storage Symposium

Saving 70 Percent or More of Energy Use in Your Home—Berkeley Lab Scientists Study the Deep Energy Retrofit

Wind Power as a Cost-effective Long-term Hedge Against Natural Gas Prices

ITRI-Rosenfeld Fellowship Winner Announced

February 2013

The Building Control Virtual Test Bed: Improving Building Design and Operations

Simergy Brings the Power of EnergyPlus to Designers and Architects

New Battery University Program to Train Workforce to Lead Fast-Growing Industry

The San Francisco Chronicle's Front Page Story on EETD's Cool Materials and Heat Islands Research

Ashok Gadgil, Director of Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Elected to National Academy of Engineering

CalCharge's Battery University Launch February 12—Complete Speaker List

Big Energy Savings in The New York Times Building Confirmed by Berkeley Lab Study

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