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The center seeks to advance the development of bioenergy, specifically heat, power and biofuels from biomass.
Biomass energy systems is one of the topics in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department.
A statewide collaboration working for the sustainable management and development of biomass in California.
The collaborative is the principal venue for addressing the needs of the geothermal community in the state.
The CLTC stimulates development and commercialization of energy efficient lighting and daylighting technologies.
The collaborative assists key stakeholders and the California Energy Commission to develop and expand the use of solar power.
A partnership of UC Davis and the California Energy Commission to support the development of wind power in California.
A growing number of LED products are entering the market, adding to the many choices consumers already face. By 2025, 60 percent of residential lighting across the U.S. will likely be LED-based. While nearly all LED lighting choices offer energy savings, not all LED products are created equal, and LEDs may not always be the best type of lamp to use.
View posters of UC Davis sustainability research that were highlighted at the Governors' Global Climate Summit 3.
Energy archives for the Egghead Blog.
A network of campus and industry partners working to develop and commercialize energy-efficient technologies.
Accelerates the development and commercialization of low-cost, clean and efficient energy technologies into the marketplace in developing countries.
Coordinates energy research and education on the campus and facilitates interactions with outside programs.
The lab pursues clean and diversified power sources for future transportation and energy systems.
A partnership between a Zambian nonprofit and UC Davis, the organization is working to distribute affordable solar lights in Sub-Saharan Africa.
These international projects encourage low-cost, clean technologies in developing countries, including solar lights in Zambia and biogas in Guatemala.
The California Wind Energy Collaborative offers training courses open to the public, including a class about small (backyard) wind systems.
The UC Davis Smart Lighting Initiative is an effort to reduce energy use on interior and exterior lighting by 60% by 2015.
The University of California, a national leader in sustainability, has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025, becoming the first major university to accomplish this achievement.
Web page with information about the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices and links to PDF versions of the current policy and past policy versions.
Promotes programs that reduce cooling system electrical demand and energy consumption in the Western United States.
On November 12, 2015, Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi signed the White House Climate Leadership Pledge on behalf of UC Davis, signaling our institutional commitment to carbon neutrality.