California Enhances Energy Efficiency
- Conference date: 5–6 March 2011
- Location: Berkeley, California (USA)
This article will discuss how my colleagues and I have promoted energy efficiency over the last 40 years. Our efforts have involved thousands of people from many different areas of expertise. The work has proceeded in several areas:
• Investigating the science and engineering of energy end‐use,
• Assessing the potential and theoretical opportunities for energy efficiency,
• Developing analytic and economic models to quantify opportunities,
• Researching and developing new equipment and processes to bring these opportunities to fruition,
• Participating in the development of California and later federal standards for energy performance in buildings and appliances,
• Ensuring that market incentives were aligned with policies, and
• Designing clear and convincing graphics to convey opportunities and results to all stakeholders.
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