The Energy Institute is a partner in the E2e Project, a multi-university initiative focused on better understanding energy efficiency, and why there is a disparity between the levels of investment in energy efficiency that appears to be cost effective based on ex-ante predictions and the levels actually observed. Some of our Faculty also serve as Affiliates for the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA), a hub for research on global development, innovating for positive social change. The Energy Institute belongs to the Environmental Change Research Network, UC Berkeley’s hub for interdisciplinary research to address our changing climate.