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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.
Energy in California: 40 Years of Leadership highlights the work of the Energy Commission from its inception in 1975 to 2015. Key energy leaders discuss the Energy Commission's historic impact and the future of energy in California.
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...
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...
Presentation Highlights • §110.9 Residential High Efficacy LED • JA-8 Residential High Efficacy LED • §110.9 Track Lighting Integral Current Limiter • Luminaire Classification and Power • Residential High & Low Efficacy • Lighting Alterations • Thresholds When Alterations in Effect • IESNA BUG Ratings • CA Quality LED Specification Don't for get to follow us on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/company/light-laboratory-inc.
Energy Commission Approves More Efficient Buildings for California's Future - Better Windows, Whole House Fans, Solar-Ready Roofs Considered In a move to reduce energy costs, save consumers money, and increase comfort, the California Energy Commission today unanimously approved energy efficiency standards for new homes and commercial buildings. . . http://ow.ly/e4NzI More information is available here: http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/2013standards/rulemaking/
The IESVE Software is officially approved by the California Energy Commission to provide an Alternative Calculation Method for demonstrating Title 24 Performance Compliance with the non-residential provisions of the Title 24-2013 Part 6 and Title 24-2016 Part 6, of the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards. Find out more: http://www.iesve.com/software/title24
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...
PANEL DISCUSSION: CALIFORNIA’S CLIMATE CHANGE PLAN Moderator: Mary Nichols, Chairman, California Air Resources Board Panelists: Bob Weisenmiller, Chair, California Energy Commission Michael Picker, President, California Public Utilities Commission Steve Berberich, Chief Executive Officer and President, California Independent System Operator Fran Spivey-Weber, Vice Chair, State Water Resources Control Board Cliff Rechtschaffen, Senior Advisor, Office of Governor Brown
Renewable energy resources are playing a greater role in helping California meet its electricity needs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and grow the state’s economy. The Energy Commission’s latest tracking progress report on renewable energy shows that nearly 25 percent of electricity retail sales in 2014 came from renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and small hydroelectric. California is well on its way to meeting the 33 percent Renewables Portfolio Standard goal by 2020. Learn more about California’s pursuit of its nation-leading energy goals and how renewable energy is changing the landscape for California in this video interview with Energy Commissioner David Hochschild.
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
David Hungerford, Senior Scientist at the California Energy Commission (CEC) explains the Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) and upcoming changes to the program and its potential impacts on California.
Arthur Rosenfeld discussed the positive influence of energy efficiency on demand for consumer goods, from his long experience on the California Energy Commission, as a federal Energy Department official and as a physicist at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. His presentation was given at League Day 2011, a program of the League of Women Voters of the Bay Area.