1. The Environmental Energy Technologies Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory celebrated its 40th anniversary with an afternoon of seminars addressing the Division's past and future, which took place in December 2013. In the first hour and a half of this recording, several founders of the Division, which was formalized in November 1973, and was originally called Energy & Environment Division, talk about its early days, and the effort required to establish the fledgling research effort. In the rest of the recording, EETD researchers talk about current work in the Division, and the direction research is taking to build a sustainable energy and resource future. The second panel addresses EETD research at FLEXLAB and Calcharge, two initiatives focusing on building and energy storage science. Panel three showcases several younger researchers and their work in China, India, and on advanced materials, and building energy monitoring.

    Read more about this seminar, this speaker, and all ETA Seminars at: eetd.lbl.gov/news/seminars
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  2. An introduction to the Energy Technologies Area - formerly the Energy and Environmental Technologies Division.

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  3. Building Technology and Urban Systems Division Town Hall on August 24, 2015.

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  4. Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division Town Hall on August 28, 2015.

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  5. Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division Town Hall on August 19, 2015.

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