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Energy Sustainability conference (part of ASME PowerEnergy 2017) submissions due Oct 19, 2016


The ASME Energy Sustainability Conference, sponsored by ASME’s Solar Energy and Advanced Energy Systems Divisions, is focused on identifying innovative technologies, research and design advances, and solutions toward a path of renewable and other energy sustainability options, including utility-level integration. Co-located with the Energy Storage Forum, Power […]

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Student opportunities: Energy efficiency, water conservation, smart manufacturing

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Passionate about sustainability and ready for some practical industry experience? See below for some exciting new opportunities for undergraduate students: Application

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Teaching Sustainability as part of the Wasatch Experience

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Dr. Smith was selected to participate in the 2014-2015 Wasatch Experience: Teaching Sustainability Program to incorporate sustainability into the curriculum. Sixteen faculty participants recently completed a 2-day workshop to learn from sustainability leaders on campus and develop a plan for implementing new ideas in their courses. Sustainable Utah describes […]

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Water Conservation Walk at the U | Sat, Apr 19, 2014

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The BlockU Sustainability class’s final project is a guided walk of sustainable water practices/projects/research projects.  They will be doing this next Sat., April 19, 10-12, and any and all are invited to join them (kids, dogs and the like).

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U.S. Energy Flows for 2012 released by EIA

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Although the Energy Information Administration no longer produces the Annual Energy Review, they’re still releasing the Sankey diagrams for energy flow in the U.S. These will be very familiar to my thermo students and to fellow energy nerds. The most recent year available is now 2012: source: […]

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ASME 2014 Conference on Energy Sustainability – Call for Papers

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ASME 2014 8th International Conference on Energy Sustainability Co-located with the 12th Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology Conference June 30th – July 2nd, 2014, Boston, MA  View the information from the recently issued call for papers and submit online at:

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ACEEE ranks most energy efficient states for 2013; Utah at #24

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According to the scoring methods used by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, Massachusetts is America’s most energy efficient state this year and West Virginia is the least. Utah falls in the middle of the pack, tied for #24, down slightly from its 2012 ranking […]

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