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  1. Rapid Building Energy Modeler - RAPMOD

    Cost-effective building energy modeling technologies could facilitate the identification of energy-saving opportunities and lower demand for energy.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  2. Metal Organic Framework Research

    If successful, UC Berkeley's new methods for identifying the most suitable metal organic frameworks for use in carbon capture technology will be an indispensable tool for future researchers and dramatically reduce the cost of this technology.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  3. Oil from Tobacco Leaves

    More than 25% of all greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. come from the transportation sector. Because plants naturally absorb carbon dioxide as they grow, the level of greenhouse gas emissions from biofuels is less than half that of petroleum fuels.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  4. Turning Bacteria into Biofuel

    A domestic electrofuels industry could contribute tens of billions of dollars to the nation's economy. Widespread use of electrofuels could also help stabilize gasoline prices--saving drivers money at the pump.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  5. Measuring Phase Angle Change in Power Lines

    If successful, utilities will be able to use UC Berkeley's µPMU micro-synchrophasor data to enhance grid reliability and transform the electric power industry by providing new information about grid stability at local, regional, and system-wide levels.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  6. Hydrogen-Bromine Flow Battery

    Electricity generation accounts for over 40% of U.S. carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Enabling large-scale contributions of wind and solar power for our electricity generation would result in a substantial decrease in CO2 emissions.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  7. MEMS Based Drivers For Fusion

    LBNL's innovations could accelerate the development of cost-effective fusion reactors, which could provide a nearly limitless supply of domestic power and eliminate dependence on foreign sources of energy and limited fuel supplies.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  8. Enzymes for Methane Conversion

    This technology would allow for utilization of small-scale remote natural gas resources or methane and carbon rich gas residues for fuel production reducing harmful emissions associated with conventional fuel technologies.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  9. Integration of Renewables via Demand Management

    (As of May 2016) 

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am

  10. New Electrode Manufacturing Process Equipment

    If successful, Applied Materials' new manufacturing process would enable production of low cost, high energy density batteries that improve the driving range and lifespan of EVs, thus making EVs more affordable and attractive to consumers.

    Patrick.Lewis - 03/15/2016 - 9:57am