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Chair Robert B. Weisenmiller invites you to consider a career at the California Energy Commission. The Commission is looking for committed scientists and engineers who will help us continue our tradition of being a world leader in energy efficiency, cutting-edge research, the expansion of renewable energy and the pursuit of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to address the challenges of climate change. Visit the Commission at www.energy.ca.gov.
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(May 7, 2012) Commissioner Carla Peterman discusses her work at the California Energy Commission, which is the state's primary energy policy and planning agency. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Energy Seminar http://energyseminar.stanford.edu Precourt Institute for Energy: http://energy.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/stanford
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California is leading the nation on climate change policy. With the passage of SB 350, a bill that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase renewables by 2030, and Governor Brown's goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050, the state is poised for massive growth in this area. What does this mean for schools? Commissioner Hochschild will discuss the implications and opportunities this presents for schools. Commissioner Hochschild was appointed to the California Energy Commission by Governor Jerry Brown in February 2013. He fills the environmental position on the five-member Commission where four of the five members by law are required to have professional training in specific areas - engineering or physical science, environmental protection, economics, and law. Com...
PANEL DISCUSSION: WHAT ENERGY LESSONS HAS CALIFORNIA LEARNED OVER THE LAST 40 YEARS? Moderator: Bob Weisenmiller, Chair, California Energy Commission Panelists: Richard Maullin, First Chair, California Energy Commission; Chairman, Board of Governors at California Independent System Operator Jackalyne Pfannenstiel, Former Chair, California Energy Commission; Former Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations, and Environment Suzanne Reed, Former Commissioner, California Energy Commission; Chief of Staff to Senator Carol Liu Karen Edson, Former Commissioner, California Energy Commission; Vice President, California Independent System Operator Bob Foster, Former Deputy Executive Director, California Energy Commission; Former Chairman, Board of Governors at California Inde...
California Energy Commission-sponsored Superturbine prototype mounted as a Selsam Superturbine WindFence(TM)at 25 degrees from prevailing winds. Dual-rotor Selsam SuperTwin runs in background showing wind direction. http://www.selsam.com
Speakers included: Robert B. Weisenmiller, California Energy Commission, Chair John Laird, California Natural Resources Agency, Secretary Nancy Skinner, former California State Assemblymember Fran Pavley, California State Senator Anthony Rendon, California State Assemblymember Charles Warren, former California State Assemblymember Steve Larson, former California Energy Commission, Executive Director
Clean, Sustainable Energy to Help Agribusiness, Food Processing Industry Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) has joined with the California Energy Commission to support the commercialization of a low-cost, commercial-scale solar thermal energy technology with the promise to help businesses save money, conserve energy and support California's environmental goals. Currently operating at the San Diego State University (SDSU) Center for Energy Sustainability in Brawley, Calif., the Hyperlight solar thermal technology harnesses the sun's energy using an innovative, low-cost design. Water-filled trays support solar reflectors in long, transparent tubes that aim sunlight onto a heat collecting element. The high-efficiency system produces high-temperature steam that can serve a range of commer...
This month Zpryme interviewed Robert Weisenmiller California Energy Commission Chair in Sacramento, California. Returning to the agency where he began his career, Robert B. Weisenmiller was appointed chairman of the California Energy Commission by Governor Jerry Brown in February 2011. He has more than 30 years experience in energy policy and has been an expert witness in more than 100 state and federal regulatory proceedings. Weisenmiller graduated from Providence College in 1970 with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry. He received his master’s degree in energy and resources from the University of California, Berkeley in 1977, and a Ph.D. in chemistry there the same year. He went on to work for the California Energy Commission immediately after college, serving in a variety of po...
Camille Harris presents written communication from the California Energy Commission that Suggests Ventura's staff may have gone beyond the CEC's requirements, when they imposed modern energy codes on every aspect of Ventura;s older existing second units as a requirement for legalization
For more news, information, and videos go to http://www.automotivedigest.com Phil Misemer, California Energy Commission at the Grid Connected Mobility Conference, 2009. Give us a little more detail on what you do for the California Energy Commission? Researching Real Scenarios for a Greener Future Phil Misemer of California Energy Commission on the research thats main goal is to reduce fossil carbon content in the fuels we use with emphasis on the entire vehicle life cycle from fuel harvest to car manufacturing and usage to final vehicle disposal. The Energy Commission's research programs are brought about by law that uses rate payer funds to advance technologies for rate payer benefits. Within the division that I work, that program is called the Public Interest Energy Research Progra...
use the CEC Website to find: The Current Building Energy Efficiency Standards, Reference Appendices, Title 20 Appliance Efficiency Regulations, The Forms; and determine if a Device or Component is Certified to the Commission on the MAEDBS Database; or ask the CEC a question.
SNNLive spoke with Carla Peterman, the Commissioner of the California Energy Commission for the State of California at the PortTech Expo LA 2012 in Los Angeles, CA. California Energy Commission Website: http://energy.ca.gov/
The California Energy Commission's research and development program funds projects that bring environmentally safe, reliable, and affordable energy services and products to the marketplace. This includes funding of microgrid research that has contributed to the development of UC San Diego's (UCSD) innovative smart grid system. This video explores the benefits of UCSD's microgrid system and how it is helping energy researchers at the US Navy deploy smart grid technology at military bases.
Dr. Cliff Munson of the US NRC explains how the post-Fukushima evaluation will affect the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant. Most significant begins at minute 3:14... "Diablo Canyon will be using their Double Design Earthquake as the SSE for comparison and then this ground motion response spectrum...We do expect that it will exceed the Double Design Earthquake. What that means is that they will need to perform a Plant Risk Evaluation, and let me talk a little bit more about that..." TO READ HOW THE ALLIANCE PLANS TO ADDRESS THESE CONCERNS, please go to http://a4nr.org/?p=2758 VIDEO CLIP COURTESY OF RAY LUTZ, http://www.copswiki.org/Common/M1362