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View Resource Preserving Air Quality & Energy Efficiency in Building Operations: A New Paradigm for Technician Education

2008 presentation on the energy efficiency industry, workforce development challenges, and Laney College's application of new energy efficient building technologies, given at NREL by Peter Crabtree...
View Resource Smart Grid: Transforming the US Power Grid

This is an interesting presentation on how Smart Grid fits into distributed generation.
View Resource Smart Power Outlets

Electronics inventor John La Grou unveils an ingenious new technology that will smarten up electrical outlets using microprocessors and RFID tags. The invention, Safeplug, promises to prevent...
View Resource Challenges and Successes in Technology Roadmap Implementation: Lessons Learned from Public and Private Sector Roadmaps

This document is a PDF version of MS Powerpoint presentation by Jack Eisenhauer and Ross Brindle from Energetics Incorporated ( to Energy Technology Roadmaps Workshop, organized by...
View Resource Selling the Nation's Helium Reserve

Library Holdings. Production is related to Natural Gas production and processing. Helium has long been the subject of public policy deliberation and management, largely because of its many...
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