USC Energy Institute

The USC Energy Institute (USCEI) is a university-wide integrated research endeavor that facilitates a dialogue among researchers which enables research teams to inform stakeholders and decision-makers in the government, private sector and the public about conventional and alternative fuels, energy efficiency, the impacts of climate change and pollution, and the economic and policy implications of the transition to a new energy paradigm over the next decade.

USCEI Research

The USCEI strives to promote innovative solutions to the energy challenges of today and the alternative energy sources of tomorrow.

Events

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Understanding the Intersection of Water and Energy

This one day conference will focus on the water‐energy intersections, with an application focus on issues of direct concern to California. Expert speakers and panelists from business, government, and universities will lead discussions covering all the dimensions of the intersection... Read more.

Fact of the Week

Southern Califronia Household Energy use

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Source:The Southern California Household: How Much Water and Energy Is Really Used?, Kallabis