You’d be hard pressed to find another law school in America more technologically advanced than Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Not only is TJSL’s new campus a beautiful sight to behold, but the technology utilized throughout the building, from the network infrastructure to the enhanced learning tools in the classrooms and the virtualized desktops, is state-of-the-art.
U.S. policies targeting gasoline-related externalities have failed to address behavior, focusing instead on changing the fleet of automobiles on the country's roads, according to a University of California, San Diego professor of economics.
Branching out into a topic not normally discussed by it up to this point, the San Diego County Taxpayers Association held a forum Thursday on renewable energy at its monthly “Breakfast Club at Lunch” series, leaving the gathering with a new understanding of San Diego’s future in the growing green economy.
The local chapters of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the National Electrical Contractors Association will host State Senator Christine Kehoe this Friday as the groups unveil a solar-powered electric vehicle charging station at the San Diego Electrical Training Center.
Continuing its monthly “Breakfast Club at Lunch” series, the San Diego County Taxpayers Association will meet Thursday for a forum on San Diego’s renewable energy future at the Town & Country Resort in Mission Valley.
University of California, San Diego assistant professor of economics Mark Jacobson will deliver a speech titled “From SUVs to Electric Cars: Shaping Consumer Choice to Save Gasoline” as the third installment in this year’s Economics Roundtable.
The last few months have been busy ones in the field of environmental review at the California Court of Appeal. A number of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) decisions have been issued, and a few provide interesting insights both for developers and their lawyers. To help understand these recent cases, here is a list highlighting key lessons:
University of California, San Diego assistant professor of economics Mark Jacobson will deliver a speech titled "From SUVs to Electric Cars: Shaping Consumer Choice to Save Gasoline" as the third installment in this year's Economics Roundtable.
As November’s general election creates numerous possibilities for policy change both in San Diego and across the country, a group of executives from companies and groups involved in the expansion of solar energy systems discussed the state of their economies at a Daily Transcript roundtable.
In the aftermath of the summer bankruptcy of the government-backed California solar panel maker Solyndra, expectations among renewable energy wonks, who describe the company’s failure as an outlier among many successes, remain generally high. But some policy research analysts are more skeptical — not doubtful, but still skeptical.
When entering San Diego's business community about 30 years ago, Clint Walker’s aim had nothing to do with being in the solar business. His success as the co-founder and president of Southwestern Solar Systems since his entrance to the business in 2009 came about in much the same fashion his other major endeavors have.
Holly Smithson's thirst for action and results led her to CleanTECH San Diego, the industry association that was just being put together back then by Mayor Jerry Sanders and Jim Waring, its founder chairman.
When Cecilia Aguillon, director of marketing and government relations for Kyocera Solar Inc., immigrated to the United States from El Salvador as a teen, she grew into a young adult with a lofty goal in mind: to save the world.
In 2007, executives at Baker Electric decided to take a chance on a budding industry. After taking some lumps out of the gate, Baker's emergence into the solar electric installation market is becoming a regular and important part of its business.
Some people look at buildings and see a combination of wood, steel and mortar with a number of things inside to make them more comfortable and workable — lighting, computers and maybe a few windows, even if they can't be opened.
Oct. 9, 2012 -- George Chamberlin talks with Sachu Constantine, director of policy at the California Center for Sustainable Energy, about the solar industry and what its impacts are on the region, state and country.
Oct. 6, 2010 -- Sept. 23, 2010 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin speaks with David Steel, CEO of Green Chamber of San Diego County, and Sidnee Chong, owner of EcoPackStore LLC, about green businesses.