Posts tagged with 'Stanford University'
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Building Efficiency Isn’t Cool, But It’s Critical. How Can We Spur a Global Movement?
Building Efficiency Isn’t Cool, But It’s Critical. How Can We Spur a Global Movement?
The time has never been better – or more critical – for spurring a global building efficiency movement. Building efficiency is one of the most effective near-term opportunities for achieving climate and energy goals. Better efficiency policies for new and ...
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What's Schipper Saying? Expanding Choices for Car Consumers and the True Cost of Wasting Energy
What’s Schipper Saying? Expanding Choices for Car Consumers and the True Cost of Wasting Energy
Welcome to another installment of “What’s Schipper Saying?”, a collection of comments about sustainable transport, cities and fuel efficiency made by Lee Schipper, a senior research engineer at the Precourt Energy Efficiency Center of Stanford University and the founder of ...
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Dude, Where's My 50 Miles Per Gallon Gasoline Car?
Dude, Where’s My 50 Miles Per Gallon Gasoline Car?
According to Lee Schipper, “a battery supplying the 40-mile range of the GM Volt is said to cost $20,000.” Photo by EuroTraveler. Lee Schipper, senior fellow at EMBARQ and senior research engineer at the Precourt Energy Efficiency Center of Stanford ...