Commercializing Advances in Energy Efficiency
Achieving energy efficiency will require more efficient buildings, replacing lighting with LED lights, installing web-based control of load, storing electricity during off-peak periods, and educating people to appreciate energy efficiency. J. Michael McQuade, PK Kapadia and Nancy Jenkins explore the changes needed to yield large energy savings.
|Commercializing Advances in Energy Efficiency|
|Energy and the Industrial Revolution: Past, Present and Future
Arun Majumdar discusses a variety of research opportunities and challenges in stationary power and transportation systems that could enable the transition of our energy economy to a sustainable one.
|How Microsoft Quietly Built the City of the Future
Darrell Smith speaks of how a small team of engineers at Microsoft were able to turn one of the largest corporate campuses in the world into a "smart campus" by refining the data-driven software to achieve energy and operational savings.