The Stanford Solar Car is racing across Australia! Precourt Institute for Energy (PIE) reporter Mark Shwartz is in Australia with the Stanford team, and is helping facilitate updates. Go the PIE’s website to follow the team on its journey! https://energy.stanford.edu/solarca
Stanford Energy Club is collaborating with Ultra Light Startups to bring you Future Energy – a startup-investor pitch event this Wednesday in San Francisco.
Three emerging startups from Stanford will be pitching their ideas at the event next Wednesday, October 9th in San Francisco
Do you want a chance to win part of a $10,000 research poster prize pool? Do you like free food and beverages? Then apply to the 2013 UC Berkeley Innovation Expo before the Friday, September 27th deadline by emailing email@example.com
Julia Nesheiwat, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Implementation in the Bureau of Energy Resources (ENR), addressed Stanford students and during a lunchtime talk and provided insights into the role and mission of the ENR, and also clarify students’ concerns regarding global energy consumption, and U.S. attempts to shape international energy programs.
At the first Energy 360 of the year, three exciting panelists discussed the implications of safety concerns on nuclear policy and research. The event was sponsored by Rockport Capital and hosted by the Stanford Energy Club.
Stanford Energy Club and the Steyer-Taylor Center hosted a fireside chat with Cisco Devries. Mr. Devries pioneered the concept of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program for financing clean energy installation for property owners and is CEO of Renewable Funding.
The Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission visited Stanford to address students from Law, Business, and Engineering to offer an overview of how our national energy grid operates. The event was sponsored by the GSB Energy Club and organized by the Steyer-Taylor Center.
Mary Nichols, Chairman of the California Air Resources Board addressed students during a lunchtime talk. The event was a collaboration between the Steyer-Taylor Center and the Stanford Energy Club with support from the Graduate Student Council.
Session Planning for the Energy & Environment Congress Looking through the conference agenda, I realize that there will be more interesting talks than I could possibly attend. Four concurrent themes constitute the Congress: E2 (optical instrumentation for energy and environmental applications) focuses on the optical tools for energy-related devices and the direct application of…
Stanford Energy Club is invited to contribute to KZSU’s Green Grid Radio Show. Follow the program at www.greengridradio.org.