WattStopper contribution helps secure UC Davis Arthur H Rosenfeld Chair in Energy Efficiency
February 04, 2011
WattStopper says its $10,000 contribution has helped the University of California at Davis achieve the financial goal required to endow the new Arthur H. Rosenfeld Chair in Energy Efficiency. The endowment will be used to recognize and support an exceptional member of the energy efficiency faculty at UC Davis.
February 4, 2011 By Anthony Capkun
The chair holder will promote the Energy Efficiency Center’s mission to accelerate the commercialization of energy efficiency technologies, teach future leaders in energy efficiency, and conduct critical policy-supporting research.
“UC Davis research has substantially contributed to better solutions for energy efficiency, and I am pleased to support future work at the Energy Efficiency Center,” said WattStopper president Jerry Mix.
UC Davis chancellor Linda Katehi said the Rosenfeld Chair in Energy Efficiency will be a natural fit with the university’s broad commitment to sustainability leadership. “Our goal is to make this a sustainable second century for our campus while we continue our leadership in energy research and innovation, and the all-important step of commercialization,” Katehi said. “Dr. Rosenfeld’s work is an inspiration to us, and serves as an example of the transformative effect that is possible when science and public policy are linked.”
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