UC Berkeley alumnus Tim Barat‘s experiences as an electrical lineman inspired him to co-found Gridware, a venture in the spring 2020 CITRIS Foundry cohort.
The environmental tech nonprofit has partnered with Toyota and Lexus to implement an easy way to identify the most eco-friendly time to charge electric vehicles.
An atmospheric river has caused intense rainfall in Northern California, resulting in broken levees and flooded communities.
The eight selected proposals, submitted by interdisciplinary teams from Berkeley, Davis, Merced and Santa Cruz, will receive up to $60,000 for their work, thanks in part to external philanthropic support.
With $2.5 million from the NSF, a multicampus UC team is partnering with a dozen Bay Area orgs to help residents respond to natural disasters more quickly.
CITRIS Executive Director Camille Crittenden points out an avenue for improving our climate impact — reassessing our menu — in a recent Berkeley Blog post.
CITRIS PIs Josué Medellín-Azuara and Joshua Viers are co-authors on a report on the impact of the 2020–22 California drought.
WattTime, a 2014 CITRIS Foundry venture, is a growing force for good.
CITRIS Climate researcher Barbara Haya encourages people to instead make cash contributions directly to a climate-positive cause.
CITRIS researcher Daniel Kammen co-authored an IPCC report that found links between inequity and vulnerability to climate change.
“Clean air is a fundamental human right,” said Clarity CEO David Lu. “Our motivation is simple. If you can’t measure it, you can’t fix it.”
CITRIS at UC Merced leadership will collaborate with local agencies to mine satellite data for California’s Central Valley.
When California saw an unprecedented heat wave over Labor Day weekend, CITRIS researchers were on hand to explain.
The funding will support the launch of a new agriculture technology center called iCREATE.
The recipients will receive up to $40,000 to pursue multidisciplinary projects related to climate resilience.
UC Davis transportation researcher Gil Tal shared his thoughts with The New York Times regarding California’s plan to ban gas cars by 2035.
2014 CITRIS Foundry alum Clarity plans to use the investment to accelerate its product development.
PG&E will be using New Sun Road technology to establish a set of remote microgrids in wildfire-prone locations in California.
Investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Davis Health, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2022 CITRIS Seed Awards.
Climate TRACE, a tech coalition co-founded by 2014 CITRIS Foundry venture WattTime, plans to release its first asset-level inventory this fall.
CITRIS PI Anthony Wexler recently spoke to USA Today about how air pollution affects human welfare.
Per his research, California can reach neutrality by 2035 by prioritizing affordable renewable energy technologies.
The Wall Street Journal asked a group of energy experts which tech had the most potential to mitigate the effects of climate change. CITRIS’s Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier responded.