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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 27, 2023

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Carol Zabin, founder of the UC Berkeley Labor Center’s Green Economy Program, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Energy Commission, or CEC, as part of its 2022 Clean Energy Hall of Fame Awards.
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Carol Zabin, founder of the UC Berkeley Labor Center’s Green Economy Program, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Energy Commission, or CEC, as part of its 2022 Clean Energy Hall of Fame Awards.
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A working paper by UC Berkeley faculty and graduates of the Energy and Resources Group, or ERG, suggested that Northern California will need to accelerate its current electric distribution infrastructure upgrades to meet the state’s clean energy goals and rising demand for heating electrification and electric vehicle, or EV, adoption.
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A working paper by UC Berkeley faculty and graduates of the Energy and Resources Group, or ERG, suggested that Northern California will need to accelerate its current electric distribution infrastructure upgrades to meet the state’s clean energy goals and rising demand for heating electrification and electric vehicle, or EV, adoption.
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The Center for Transportation and the Environment, or CTE, was awarded a grant by the California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission to finance the deployment of 30 Hyundai XCIENT Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks.
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The Center for Transportation and the Environment, or CTE, was awarded a grant by the California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission to finance the deployment of 30 Hyundai XCIENT Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks.
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Climate change has resulted in a shift in energy consumption, production and access; it also contributes to the frequency of severe wildfires across the state each year.
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Climate change has resulted in a shift in energy consumption, production and access; it also contributes to the frequency of severe wildfires across the state each year.
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One of the simplest steps cities can take is to ban natural gas hookups in new buildings. 
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One of the simplest steps cities can take is to ban natural gas hookups in new buildings. 
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UC Berkeley alumnus, local political activist and world traveler David Mundstock died Aug. 28 at the age of 72.
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UC Berkeley alumnus, local political activist and world traveler David Mundstock died Aug. 28 at the age of 72.
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Amid a historic heat wave on the West Coast and energy shortages in the area, California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency Monday, which will free up energy capacity.
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Amid a historic heat wave on the West Coast and energy shortages in the area, California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency Monday, which will free up energy capacity.
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The California Energy Commission will vote to fund two projects investigating the usefulness of fiber optic cables as scientific sensors for the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on April 8, according to an email from CEC spokesperson Michael Ward.
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The California Energy Commission will vote to fund two projects investigating the usefulness of fiber optic cables as scientific sensors for the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on April 8, according to an email from CEC spokesperson Michael Ward.
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There is a $20-billion excess surcharge in California’s gasoline prices, according to Severin Borenstein, a UC Berkeley professor of business administration and public policy and a faculty director of the Energy Institute at the Haas School of Business.
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There is a $20-billion excess surcharge in California’s gasoline prices, according to Severin Borenstein, a UC Berkeley professor of business administration and public policy and a faculty director of the Energy Institute at the Haas School of Business.
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All of the standards are scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, 2020, and the solar panel requirement is only for residential buildings, not nonresidential ones.
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All of the standards are scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, 2020, and the solar panel requirement is only for residential buildings, not nonresidential ones.
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