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Hoque receives NSF CAREER grant to study urban development impacts (Jan 28th, 2016)

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Cities today contribute almost two-thirds of the world’s primary energy demand. By 2030, this fraction is projected to increase to three-quarters, matching the urban sector’s expected share of global energy-related CO2 emissions. The current urban outlook demands a comprehensive understanding of urban sustainability policies to address climate change and energy security. Dr. Simi Hoque, assistant […]

BCT’s Ben Weil discusses Ice Dams on Boston.com (Dec 27th, 2015)

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Ben Weil, BCT’s extension faculty member in building energy, was called upon recently by Boston.com to discuss the ever-popular winter topic of ice dams. The following article features his very helpful tips for avoiding this common winter nuisance: Ice dam basics: How to prevent them and avoid a lot of costly water damage For more on the […]

Hoque panelist on Nov. 3 on “Women in Energy and Environment” (Oct 27th, 2015)

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Next Tuesday, Nov 3, there will be a panel on Women in Energy and Environment: Discover your Career! (see flyer below) at 5:30pm in the Cape Cod Lounge (Student Union) at UMass, featuring our own Dr. Simi Hoque!

Hoque Co-PI in $1M NSF grant to study intelligent building systems (Sep 16th, 2015)

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Together with Co-PIs Prashant Shenoy in Computer Science and David Irwin in Electrical and Computer Engineering, BCT faculty member Simi Hoque has received a three-year, $1M grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to work with Holyoke Gas & Electric Co. (HG&E) to develop smart energy services that will improve grid efficiency, encourage energy conservation and promote local […]

UMass Extension Inaugurates New Program in Energy (Mar 12th, 2015)

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The UMass Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (CAFE) recently showcased BCT faculty member Ben Weil’s efforts with the Massachusetts Energy Extension Initiative (MAEEI), a program funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. You can read more about it here: http://ag.umass.edu/news-events/highlights/umass-extension-inaugurates-new-program-in-energy