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RAEL Lunch — November 14, Sara Mulhauser, “Do utility ownership structures impact energy storage diffusion rates?”

Mulhauser Sara is an architect who delved into distributed generation while developing fuel cell projects for Bloom Energy. She became interested in the energy industry in general, and specifically the regulatory and finance conditions that make markets more open to uptake of innovative technologies. While her focus is in energy, she is also interested in how other major infrastructure areas are similar and different with respect to technology uptake. Sara has a BA in Architecture from Berkeley.

The Future of Sustainable Energy (The Business Booster)

If you are base in Europe, hope to see you in Copenhagen at the Business Booster / Innovation Europe Event at the Bella Center. Screen Shot 2018-10-13 at 9.07.30 AM  Screen Shot 2018-10-13 at 9.07.23 AM For details, see: https://tbb.innoenergy.com

The Business Booster is an annual two-day international networking event that showcases 150+ sustainable energy technologies under one roof. TBB rotates among our European capitals – last year it was opened in Amsterdam by Maroš Šefčovič, the Vice-President for the Energy Union, followed by our key note, Dr. Prof. Bertrand Piccard, Chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation. This year the event will take place from 17-18 October at the Bella Center, Copenhagen – Scandinavia’s largest exhibition centre, where we will be joined by over 700 attendees consisting of start-ups, energy industry representatives, financial communities, policy makers and regulators. Join us!

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Panel discussion: Energy access in conflict areas

August 21, 2018 | 6:30pm
PST
Sierra Club Oakland
Join Energy Access Forum and Sierra Club on Tuesday, August 21 for a stimulating panel discussion on Energy Access Work in Conflict Areas moderated by Jenean Smith, Director of International Programs at GRID Alternatives. Our expert panel includes:
  • Daniel Kammen, Professor of Energy at UC Berkeley
  • Tim Willink, Director of Tribal Program at GRID Alternatives
  • Alyssa Newman, Program Manager, Supply Chain Sustainability in Conflict Minerals at Google (invited)
The event will be hosted at the Sierra Club in downtown Oakland from 6:30 - 9:00 pm.   Tickets are just $20 and include drinks and light refreshments. Space is limited so get your tickets now!

Energy for Development 2018

Powerful teamwork for development and climate protection "EDC2018" EDC2018 GroupOrganizers: Ken Caldeira (Carnegie), Paulina Jaramillo (Carnegie Mello), Nate Lewis (Caltech).

Outstanding supporting postdocs: Fan Tong (Carnegie), Nathan Williams (CMU), Mengyao Yuan (Carnegie)
5 Aug to 10 Aug 2018 | Chicheley Hall, UK Participants: from all over, including [more to be filled in]: Row 1: Stephen Doig (Irving Institute for Energy and Society, Dartmouth), Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga (Engineering Technology Dept. U of Toledo), Sally Benson (Stanford U) Row 2: Hischam Zereffi (U of British Columbia), Rocio A Diaz-Chavez (Energy and Climate Programme, Stockholm Environment Institute - Africa Centre), Valerie Thomas (GIT), Row 3: Sergio Pacca (U of Sao Paulo) Row 5: Guillermo Hernandez (World Bank, Mexico), Stephen Davis (U of California, Irvine)  
 

Strathmore-​​UC Berkeley Energy Access Workshop … and some wildlife safari time.

The Strathmore Energy Research Center (SERC) and the University of California, Berkeley held a joint workshop on energy research, governance, and the role of the private sector in building an inclusive clean energy economy.  This joint activity was supported by both Strathmore University and a National Science Foundation Cyber-Physical Systems Program grant to Professors Callaway and Kammen. The slides from Professor Kammen's talk are here. IMG_0946 The SWITCH-Kenya model of the Kenyan power grid is available here. Isa Ferrall and Duncan Callaway also spoke at the event. IMG_0948 Before the workshop, the RAEL team spent time Mpala Research Centre looking at high-voltage transmission projects and the wildlife.  A few images are below. Turkana wind on Mpala Transmission line to Lake Turkana Wind Farm that Kammen worked on financing and locating while at the World Bank, 2010 - 2011.       RAEL team at Mpala Resdearch Centre-July 8-2018   RAEL team at the Mpala Research Center front gate.  An all-Berkeley shot: L to R: Kammen, Isa Ferrall (ERG PhD student), Dennis Nyamu (Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program, 2017 & Manager, Human Needs Project), Serena Patel (RAEL undergraduate), Dr. Rebekah Shirley, Akol Akol Kuan (RAEL undergraduate).     IMG_0907 RAEL at the hippo pools at Mpala Research Center.  To check out the action at the pools right now day or night, take a look at MpalaLive!     IMG_0877 RAEL team at the prehistoric human shelter caves on Mpala.     DSCN9495Mpala has the largest herd of elephant on private land in Kenya.  

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