Featured Reports

August 28, 2015
Precourt Energy Efficiency Center/Berkeley Lab
Since 2000, when U.S. utility customers are without electricity they must wait a little longer each year for the lights to come back on, according to a new study.

August 20, 2015
MIT Technology Review
Your next air-conditioning system might save energy by beaming heat into outer space, with the help of Stanford's Aaswath Raman.

August 13, 2015
School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences
Kevin Arrigo and colleagues say that melting glaciers in the Southern Ocean benefit phytoplankton blooms that support the Antarctic food chain and mitigate climate change.

August 12, 2015
Stanford Report
GCEP has awarded scientists at Stanford and four other universities funding to develop a suite of promising energy technologies.

August 12, 2015
SLAC News Center
Zhenan Bao and colleagues at SLAC have developed a manufacturing technique that could double the electricity output of inexpensive solar cells.

August 4, 2015
Washington Post
Climate change will make San Francisco the U.S. city with the least number of heating and cooling degree days by 2100, says Ken Caldeira.

July 24, 2015
Precourt Energy Efficiency Center
PEEC's annual energy conference incorporated several new elements this year, like a lunchtime debate on the future of the internal combustion engine.

July 23, 2015
American Mathematical Society
Wind turbine designers rely heavily on mathematics, as Margot Gerritsen explains in this AMS podcast.