Category Archives: education

Learn from (virtual) DoE experts

This is nice: the Department of Energy (DOE) will host a monthly series of live video presentations highlighting DOE programs  and offering online interactions with leading DOE experts.

The first event in this series is scheduled for this coming Wednesday (March 16th) and will feature Patrick Davis, DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Program Manager. Patrick will discuss the Administration’s goal of deploying 1 million electric vehicles by 2015.  Future broadcasts will focus on energy efficiency, green cities, renewable energy, smart grid, and transportation, amongst others.

Attending such a virtual forum fits nicely into our “Save, baby, Save” campaign to reduce our carbon footprint. And, you can make yourself a nice cuppa tea and watch the video in the comfort of your own room.

Complimentary registration is available on the Virtual Energy Forum website.



Optimize Solar Installations: Join the DoE webinar tomorrow

I like these webinars. They are informative, and usually to the point and well presented. This one looks rather promising. All presenters look excellent, and I particularly recommend Ian Metzger. He is an engineer in the Deployment and Market Transformation group at NREL and very knowledgeable in this area.

May be meet you on the web tomorrow.

To register click here.