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In Memoriam: Berkeley Lab Energy Efficiency Expert Lee Schipper

Lee SchipperLeon (Lee) Schipper, a scientist who worked in the Environmental Energy Technologies Division for more than two decades, passed away on August 16. He was 64. Schipper was an energy efficiency expert who first worked at the Lab as a graduate student in 1972 and then joined as a scientist in 1978. He went on leave in 1995 to work as a visiting scientist for the International Energy Agency in Paris, and left the Lab in 2001 to help found EMBARQ at the World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transportation. Most recently, he had appointments at Stanford University’s Precourt Energy Efficiency Center and UC Berkeley’s Global Metropolitan Studies. He is survived by his wife Agneta and daughters Lisa and Julia Schipper. Services are pending, and information will be posted on TABL when it becomes available. To post an online message to the Shipper family, go hereFull story>>

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