Highlights from the awards presentation on 9/12/11.
Meet the top finalists from our 2011 Competition.
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On May 26, 2010, Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Sustainability and the Anaheim Center for New Energy Technologies (AC-NET) announced the launch of a joint research effort focused on energy sustainability and efficiency.
Two university professors will lead the effort — Jeff Kuo, professor of civil and environmental engineering, and Myungjung (MJ) Kwon, assistant professor of political science. Both have been awarded AC-NET fellowships by CSUF's Center for Sustainability to support their research.
Go here to learn more about the AC-NET Fellowships.
Dr. Myungjung Kwon will explore the topic of sustainable building public policy and incentives and how it could be used to support a city's economic development efforts. Serving as a case study for Dr. Kwon’s efforts will be Anaheim’s sustainable building and economic development efforts in the city’s Canyon industrial area.
Dr. Jeff Kuo will examine the technological and economic landscape for energy storage and provide insights on how Anaheim’s electric utility could integrate energy storage at the grid and customer level to realize greenhouse gas reductions and reduce peak energy use. This research could help Anaheim comply with California Assembly Bill 2514, which requires electric utilities to develop energy storage targets to be achieved over the next 10 years.
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