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A Better Ground-Based Sensor Network

Two-thirds of the Sierra Nevada precipitation is snow, much of which falls when the temperature is just below 0°C. Therefore, a few degrees increase in […]

Energy Efficient Buildings: Smarter Structures

Following the California energy crisis of 2000 to 2001, the California Energy Commission (CEC) funded pilot programs in Time-of-Use, Critical Peak Pricing, and Real-Time Pricing. […]

Hydrogen Storage; Elemental Storage

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s Materials Sciences Division is investigating new classes of materials that can efficiently store hydrogen—a very light and volatile gas—aboard cars under […]

Hydrogen Energy: Powering Vehicles from Thin Air

The Hydrogen Pathways Program was a four-year study (2003-2006) from the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis) that focused on understanding the potential transition […]

Biomass Energy: Making the Most of Waste

In April 2006, Governor Schwarzenegger issued an executive order proclaiming the benefits and potentials of bioenergy in helping to meet the future needs of California […]