An event focused on uniting the industry and inspiring action in laboratories around the world.
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This webinar will present the newly defined consensus position on credible use claims for Standard Delivery Renewable Energy, explore variability across current data sources, and propose a new set of data credibility criteria and quality considerations to guide consumers.
This event, happening over two days in February, will explore innovations in district energy, geothermal energy, efficiency, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, financing models, chilled water systems, water reuse and conservation, storage and more.
Panelists from Michigan State University, Lafayette College, Electric Power Research Institute, and CustomerFirst Renewables will discuss the benefits and challenges of distributed generation (DG) projects (e.g. onsite solar, storage) and how to effectively integrate DG into a broader renewable energy procurement strategy based on an organization’s specific footprint and goals. The speakers will walk through […]
Now in its 14th year, the Behavior Energy and Climate Change (BECC) conference brings together social scientists, practitioners, utilities, academics, governments, businesses, and non-profits to share and disseminate best practices and research to encourage behavior change for energy and carbon reduction. Come present your work and learn from others about innovative methods, practices and technologies, […]
The World Sustainable Develop Teach-In Day is a day for faculty and lecturers pick a Sustainable Development Goal and offer an in-person or online lesson on it. Online options include a live webinar or a pre-recorded one. Academic staff from universities anywhere can participate. The open access action nature of the event aims to facilitate […]
This live awards ceremony celebrates 11 outstanding winners advancing sustainability through projects, initiatives and research by students, faculty and staff at higher education institutions. This year’s winners span in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal and Australia.
This webinar is to discuss the application process for pro bono technical assistance and the two options that can be supported.
The symposium will bring together researchers, educators, students, policymakers, and other stakeholders to engage in a collaborative discussion that addresses challenges in urban sustainability. Students and faculty will exhibit poster presentations on their research in the field of urban sustainability.