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Demand Response Presentations Online

The Demand Response Enabling Technology Development project (DR ETD) held a meeting of its Technical Advisory Committee on February 19, 2008. Presentations of this meeting […]

Carbon calculator debuts

The latest edition of the CoolClimate Calculator shows people as well as cities and businesses how their lifestyles contribute to
global warming and identifies areas where they can reduce their footprint.

Digital education and air monitoring projects win awards

An online mystery game in which student sleuths will monitor air pollution in
South Central Los Angeles and in Cairo, Egypt, and a project using cell phones
to teach English to children in India have won funding for two UC Berkeley professors

Monitoring Particulates Against the Range of Light

Shawn Newsam is developing a network of several dozen cameras that can
collect data and possibly analyze air particulates around the Central
Valley. The project could provide a quick, easily accessible way to
evaluate local air quality in real time.

February 2008 Newsletter

Dear Friends of CITRIS:

Let's hope the first decades of this century will be remembered for our success at diluting our dependence on carbon-intensive …

California Seeks Thermostat Control

A recent NY Times articles discusses the challenge and possible solutions to California's concerns about available energy, including the Demand Response project at CITRIS.