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September 2016

Grid Burner — Not their First Rodeo (Episode 2)

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A technology originally designed for use by NASA may have a new life. In Episode 1, Berkeley Lab researchers adapt the Ring Burner technology for a new consumer use — more efficient gas stovetops....

Grid Burner — From Research to Marketplace (Episode 1)

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A technology originally designed for use by NASA may have a new life. In Episode 1, Berkeley Lab researchers adapt the Ring Burner technology for a new consumer use — more efficient gas stovetops....

July 2016

ETA Distinguished Lecture: Can Nuclear Power and Renewables Be Friends?

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In this talk, Michael Shellenberger, founder and president of Environmental Progress, a new environmental research and policy organization, will make the case for climate action based on an "all of...

September 2016

A technology originally designed for use by NASA may have a new life. In Episode 1, Berkeley Lab researchers adapt the Ring Burner technology for a new consumer use — more efficient gas stovetops....

Grid Burner — Not their First Rodeo (Episode 2)

A technology originally designed for use by NASA may have a new life. In Episode 1, Berkeley Lab researchers adapt the Ring Burner technology for a new consumer use — more efficient gas stovetops....

Grid Burner — From Research to Marketplace (Episode 1)

July 2016

In this talk, Michael Shellenberger, founder and president of Environmental Progress, a new environmental research and policy organization, will make the case for climate action based on an "all of...

ETA Distinguished Lecture: Can Nuclear Power and Renewables Be Friends?

May 2016

The talk will illustrate the successful realization of dendrite-free potassium, sodium, and lithium rechargeable batteries having liquid, polymer, or solid electrolytes.

ETA Distinguished Lecture: New Solutions for Rechargeable Batteries

February 2016

Building automation systems have long been at the core controlling most large scale buildings. In this presentation Barry Coflan will examine the market today and where we see the technology may be...

ETA Distinguished Lecture: Development and Deployment of Large Scale Building Management Systems to Deliver Energy Efficiency — A View to Emerging Technology, Markets and Business Models

October 2015

In this talk, Dr. Vadari will discuss the AEP gridSMART™ project which was one of the first in the nation and the world to use the principles of transactive energy and allowed residential customers...

ETA Distinguished Lecture: Demand Response — the low hanging fruit of Smart Grid

September 2015

In the run-up to its annual supercomputing conference, SC15 organizers have released a video on the Electrolyte Genome, a project led by Kirstin Persson that uses computing to speed up the materials...

SC15's Video Showcases Electrolyte Genome Along With Supercomputing

August 2015

In this talk Willy Shih will discuss how American firms, through widespread outsourcing and offshoring, have weakened the industrial commons in many sectors. This is impacting the country's ability...

ETA Distinguished Lecture: The Industrial Commons and National Competitiveness

July 2015

Drawing content from his recent book Two Degrees: The Built Environment and Our Changing Climate, Cole Roberts offers a clear framework for research spanning communities, policy makers, planners,...

ETA Distinguished Lecture: Two Degrees — The Built Environment and Our Changing Climate A Practitioner's Perspective on the Research Agenda

March 2015

This talk will focus on the grid of the future — "Grid 3.0" — and the research challenges surrounding the need for composability, modularity, and interoperability to enable energy systems with fly-by...

ETA Distinguished Lecture: Grid 3.0 – Challenges in Creating the Electricity Platforms of the Future

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