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Zeta Communities, a manufacturing start-up, plans to mass-produce energy efficient homes to give an affordable option home buyers wanting to invest in ultra-efficient multifamily housing.
Date: 09/18/2009
Type: Blog, News
Technologies: Buildings
Institute for Energy Efficiency Global Advisory Board Member Arun Majumdar nominated to head the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.
Date: 09/18/2009
Type: News
The Department of Energy has the task of allocating more than $4 billion among hundreds of utilities for smart grid implementation. The federal grants aim to modernize the nations aging electricity grid.
Date: 09/18/2009
Type: News
Technologies: Smart Grid, Utilities
An opinion article published in the Wall Street Journal on how proposed policy on renewables may just destroy the environment in the name of saving it.
Date: 09/18/2009
Type: News
Nanosolar has invested in a promising new solar technology that prints a semiconductor material on aluminum foil. Nanosolar's new plant designed to make these cells, has the potential to make 640 MW of solar panels every year.
Date: 09/17/2009
Type: News
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
The California start-up SunRun is selling solar energy to consumers in a unique way. The company installs solar panels on a home and then agrees to sell the electricity to the home for a fixed long-term rate. This enables consumers to utilize solar power without the upfront capital.
Date: 09/17/2009
Type: Blog, News
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics
Institute Newsletter Issue Three. In This Issue: Energy Frontier Research Center Launched, White Room Launched, Graduate Student Fellowships Announced, Research Insights: What are the Real Energy Savings of Efficiency?, Faculty News: Coldren recognized by IEEE
Date: 09/16/2009
Type: News
Institute for Energy Efficiency faculty member and Eucalyptus Systems CTO Rich Wolski to speak at upcoming GovIT Expo in Washington D.C.
Date: 09/16/2009
Type: News
The most efficient buildings are dense multipurpose structures like skyscrapers, which minimize material, heating, and cooling. Single-family suburban houses are inefficient since they need to be individually heated and cooled, and are spread out from the population, encouraging driving more.
Date: 09/16/2009
Type: Blog
Technologies: Modeling
According to a newly released study, California is set to significantly increase its solar power capacity for the rest of 2009 and through 2010. Such an increase in solar in the state is counter to global trends.
Date: 09/16/2009
Type: News
Technologies: Solar/Photovoltaics

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