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#3 Data Driving Sustainability with Diego Ponce De Leon Barido

Diego Ponce De Leon Barido is a recent PhD in Energy and Resources at Berkeley. His graduate research focused on using national and global data to make predictions about electricity grid demand and its health. He also worked in the development of technology for flexible demand and behavioral energy efficiency in resource constrained environments. We’ll be talking about his research and its implications, what he’s up to now, and ask him why you’d call him if somebody said, “Somebody Call a Doctor!”

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