Rosenfeld Symposium 2019

Energy-Efficient and Grid-Interactive Buildings

April 23, 2019

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

David Brower Center, Berkeley, California

Hosted by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Early-Bird Registration: $100

After April 5: $150

Imagine a future where building energy systems are not only taking energy from the grid, but storing and producing energy, and are an active participant of the grid. Buildings are the largest energy consuming sector in the US and account for over 70% of total electricity use. The Rosenfeld Symposium will explore transformative technologies and systems to ensure that the buildings and the electric grid are integrated to provide next generation clean, reliable and economic energy systems.

The Symposium aims to encourage and inspire the next generation of researchers in this field with engaging expert talks, panel session discussions, lightning-round presentations by early career researchers and a poster session highlighting the accomplishments of early career finalists in a poster competition.

The Rosenfeld Symposium, the second in the series, honors the legacy of Art Rosenfeld in ensuring that science is policy-relevant and policy is science-driven, addressing some of the most important energy challenges facing modern society.

To read about Art Rosenfeld's legacy, please see