The 2013 NAE Topical Meeting on Shale Gas: Promises and Challenges, will be held between June 18 (12:30 PM EST) to June 19 (12:30 PM EST) on the campus of CWRU. The event is championed by Prof. Hunter Peckham, PhD, Distinguished University Professor and Donnell Institute Professor of Case Western Reserve University and NAE member.
By 2015, the University is committed to reduce campus energy consumption by 30%*. The Facilities Management department is using Energy Savings Performance Contracts to attain this goal. “We are using an Energy Savings Contractor (ESCO) to identify and implement energy savings measures.
Mark A. Pringle who serves on the Energy Production & Infrastructure Center advisory board was named 2013 Father of the Year.
EPIC's contribution to the Charlotte-area economy continues to gain recognition. While some other sectors still struggle, Director Johan Enslin explains the essential ways EPIC helps keep the local energy sector strong as part of this May 10 overview in the Charlotte Business Journal.
As the Spring 2013 teams finished their senior design projects and departed with their engineering degrees, proof that this highly-anticipated competition gets real-world results is now at hand for an exceptional group from 2010.
At some point during the next five to 10 years, old ways of setting the price of electricity could be in for big change – and better air quality might be the result. As explained by Dr. Peter Schwarz, professor of economics with the Belk College of Business, traditional rate-setting is based on average costs. At his April 30 EPIC Seminar presentation Dr.
It's official: EPIC is now an international collaborator in building a trans-Atlantic energy bridge thanks to a new "Memorandum of Understanding" signed with the renowned Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) of Germany. In partnership with the Charlotte Research Institute (CRI) of UNC Charlotte, EPIC will play a lead role in the MOU, linking academic and research initiatives of the two institutions around key energy issues.
A test case for an innovative new way to flag electrical problems in power plant generators is underway now thanks to the work of EPIC Associate Dr. Zia Salami. Collaborating closely with long-time EPIC partner Duke Energy, Dr.
Eligible students interested in attending the 2013 U.S. Women in Nuclear "Creating Value Through Change" conference may apply until June 14 for sponsored funding assistance to cover conference registration costs and hotel accommodations for three nights. The conference will be held July 21-24 in Chicago, IL. Review application materials for more conference and US WIN information.
The IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative provides multi-year scholarships and career experience opportunities to qualifying undergraduates in the U.S. and Canada seeking electrical engineering degrees.