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The Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Impacts of Telecommuting and e-Commerce

Energy Impacts of Telecommuting and E-Commerce For more than a decade, most forms of communication have become increasingly digital. From downloading an e-book to sending an email, this shift has changed the way…


Protected: Intelligent Buildings and Big Data at CABA Forum 2015

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Protected: MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team to drive 2000 mi. across Australian Outback

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Fraunhofer CSE TechBridge, Greentown Labs Team Up to Advance Innovative Energy Technologies

Connecting industry leaders with groundbreaking startup companies can have a great impact on bringing new technologies to market. To help facilitate the connection among stakeholders, Fraunhofer CSE’s TechBridge Program and Greentown Labs have…

Fraunhofer CSE's Johanna Wolfson moderating the MITEC panel, which featured Eric Bielke (GE), Tibor Toth (MassCEC), Captain Goudreau (U.S. Navy), and Tom Jenson (Joule Unlimited).

Funding Moonshots and Fostering Global Collaboration in Energy R&D

Founded by MIT students in 2006, the MIT Energy Conference is a platform for discussing the energy sector’s key challenges and how industry, academia, and policy can come together to spur advancements. Celebrating…


Offshore Wind Power USA 2015 Kick-off Event held at Fraunhofer CSE

On February 23rd 2015, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) hosted a VIP reception on behalf of Green Power Conferences at Fraunhofer CSE’s headquarters at 5 Channel Center in Boston. The reception was a kick-off…

Smart Meter Data Analytics: Predicting the enrollment in energy efficiency programs

According to a 2012 report by the Edison Foundation, more than 65 million residential smart meters will be deployed by 2015 in the US. These smart meters record electricity used at least every…


Improving Electric Grid Stability through HVAC Chillers

By Leo Su – Former Fraunhofer CSE Fellow; Master’s Candidate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Building Technology Lab Despite its enormous size, the North American electric power grid is, in fact, a finely tuned…


Fraunhofer CSE selected to develop new bio-based phenolic foam

The Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems CSE has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy Building Technologies Office (BTO) to develop a new bio-based, nonflammable, inexpensive phenolic foam for use as…


Motivating customers towards energy savings

An increasing number of states have announced ambitious energy savings goals. From utility incentives to adoption of renewable energy resources, states are exploring new ways to influence customers to reduce their energy consumption…

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