The Western Cooling Efficiency Center was established along side the UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center in 2007 through a grant from the California Clean Energy Fund and in partnership with the California Energy Commission Public Interest Energy Research Program.
The Center partners with industry stakeholders to stimulate the development of impactful cooling technologies that can enable reduced electrical demand, energy and water consumption in buildings.
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08/30/2016» WCEC Summer Newsletter
07/13/2016» Undergraduate Research Fellowship for Energy Efficiency in Buildings
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