Register for the Net-Zero Carbon Houses Virtual Tour (June 28)

The Berkeley Lab’s Energy Storage Center hosts free, bi-monthly virtual energy storage tours that showcase the often-invisible application of energy storage in the real world.

On June 28th at 12 pm (Pacific Time), the Energy Storage Center continues this series with “Net-Zero Carbon Houses.”

The tour will explore the role energy storage can play in completely decarbonizing homes. Following a tour of an existing net-zero single family home, researchers will share how they plan to scale zero-emissions homes to the community level, as well as their vision for a future of buildings equipped with next-generation conventional energy storage technologies.

To find out more or register for the tour, visit the Energy Storage Center website.

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