1. Improving Energy Efficiency at Older Facilities: Asti Winery in Cloverdale, CA

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    Hear about challenges and opportunities of implementing energy efficiency upgrades at Treasury Wine Estate’s historic Asti Winery and the benefits of respecting the historical integrity of a building during retrofits. Learn more about the how to get free design assistance and save money while planning, building or expanding your energy efficient winery through Pacific Gas & Electric's Savings by Design program (www.savingsbydesign.com) and find out more about PG&E rebates and incentive programs at PG&E Agriculture and Food Money-Back Solutions (www.pge.com/en/mybusiness/save/rebates/bybusiness/agriculture.page).

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    • Money Power S1E3

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      In the third installment of Money Power, we take a look at getting help with your food expenses by utilizing distribution networks, inexpensive ways to reduce your utility bills by increasing home efficiency, and how to create a budget.

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      • Exploration, Analysis, and Decision-Making for Robust Building Design Optimization

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        An EETD Seminar on Sept. 11, 2013 - Speaker: Jonathan Wright, Loughborough University, UK Model-based optimization and sensitivity analysis techniques provide designers optimized design solutions together with the sensitivity of the design goals to potential changes in a design solution. An analysis of the optimized trade-off between conflicting design goals (these often being energy use and capital investment), and the sensitivity of the goals to changes in the design solution, can result in the robust selection of a design solution for construction. This seminar gives an overview of the relationship between multi-objective design optimization methods and techniques for uncertainty and sensitivity analysis. Read more about this seminar, this speaker, and all EETD Seminars at: http://eetd.lbl.gov/news/seminars Follow EETD on Twitter, get a free subscription to the EETD Newsletter, and visit EETD’s Facebook page: Twitter: @AllanChen -- EETD News http://eetd.lbl.gov/newsletter/ -- Facebook: www.facebook.com/eet.div.lbnl

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        • The Warmest Village In Alaska - Teaser

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          • Hui Up! 2013 - Interview with Anela Chow

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            Funded by Hawaii Energy, Hui Up! helps eliminate prohibitive upfront costs and enables Molokai residents to enjoy the benefits of clean energy. An energy education component is also an important piece of the Hui Up program. The Sust'AINAble Molokai Youth Energy Team visits participating homes and calculates the energy use, cost, and carbon impact of various appliances. In the process, they help residents identify opportunities to cut waste and save energy. After the new refrigerators are installed, the students return to measure the change in energy consumption. The expect savings are notable: Based on the kilowatt-hour savings of the ENERGY STAR refrigerators measured and Molokai's electricity rate of $0.47 per kilowatt-hour, Hui Up participants will save an average of $500 a year on their electricity bills. Collectively over the next 10 years, the 220 Molokai Hui Up 3 participants will save more than $1.1 million in energy costs. Let's hear it for the power of community!

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            • Hui Up! 2013 - Interview with Sarah Jenkins

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              Funded by Hawaii Energy, Hui Up! helps eliminate prohibitive upfront costs and enables Molokai residents to enjoy the benefits of clean energy. An energy education component is also an important piece of the Hui Up program. The Sust'AINAble Molokai Youth Energy Team visits participating homes and calculates the energy use, cost, and carbon impact of various appliances. In the process, they help residents identify opportunities to cut waste and save energy. After the new refrigerators are installed, the students return to measure the change in energy consumption. The expected savings are notable: Based on the kilowatt-hour savings of the ENERGY STAR refrigerators measured and Molokai's electricity rate of $0.47 per kilowatt-hour, Hui Up participants will save an average of $500 a year on their electricity bills. Collectively over the next 10 years, the 220 Molokai Hui Up 3 participants will save more than $1.1 million in energy costs. Let's hear it for the power of community!

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              • Hui Up! 2013 - Interview with Lily Jenkins

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                Funded by Hawaii Energy, Hui Up! helps eliminate prohibitive upfront costs and enables Molokai residents to enjoy the benefits of clean energy. An energy education component is also an important piece of the Hui Up program. The Sust'AINAble Molokai Youth Energy Team visits participating homes and calculates the energy use, cost, and carbon impact of various appliances. In the process, they help residents identify opportunities to cut waste and save energy. After the new refrigerators are installed, the students return to measure the change in energy consumption. The expected savings are notable: Based on the kilowatt-hour savings of the ENERGY STAR refrigerators measured and Molokai's electricity rate of $0.47 per kilowatt-hour, Hui Up participants will save an average of $500 a year on their electricity bills. Collectively over the next 10 years, the 220 Molokai Hui Up 3 participants will save more than $1.1 million in energy costs. Let's hear it for the power of community!

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                • Hui Up! 2013 - Interview with Olana Chow

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                  Funded by Hawaii Energy, Hui Up! helps eliminate prohibitive upfront costs and enables Molokai residents to enjoy the benefits of clean energy. An energy education component is also an important piece of the Hui Up program. The Sust'AINAble Molokai Youth Energy Team visits participating homes and calculates the energy use, cost, and carbon impact of various appliances. In the process, they help residents identify opportunities to cut waste and save energy. After the new refrigerators are installed, the students return to measure the change in energy consumption. The expected savings are notable: Based on the kilowatt-hour savings of the ENERGY STAR refrigerators measured and Molokai's electricity rate of $0.47 per kilowatt-hour, Hui Up participants will save an average of $500 a year on their electricity bills. Collectively over the next 10 years, the 220 Molokai Hui Up 3 participants will save more than $1.1 million in energy costs. Let's hear it for the power of community!

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                  • Hui Up! 2013 - Interview with Julia Hoe

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                    Funded by Hawaii Energy, Hui Up! helps eliminate prohibitive upfront costs and enables Molokai residents to enjoy the benefits of clean energy. An energy education component is also an important piece of the Hui Up program. The Sust'AINAble Molokai Youth Energy Team visits participating homes and calculates the energy use, cost, and carbon impact of various appliances. In the process, they help residents identify opportunities to cut waste and save energy. After the new refrigerators are installed, the students return to measure the change in energy consumption. The expected savings are notable: Based on the kilowatt-hour savings of the ENERGY STAR refrigerators measured and Molokai's electricity rate of $0.47 per kilowatt-hour, Hui Up participants will save an average of $500 a year on their electricity bills. Collectively over the next 10 years, the 220 Molokai Hui Up 3 participants will save more than $1.1 million in energy costs. Let's hear it for the power of community!

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                    • Big ideas to reduce growing energy use in consumer electronics – an industry perspective

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                      Video from our "Big ideas to reduce growing energy use in consumer electronics – an industry perspective" event on August 28, 2013 at the Citizen Hotel in Sacramento.

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