Epsilon Innovation Group is a research and development (R&D) and consulting firm specialized in energy, climate change, environment, policy, and risk analysis. We are well equipped with strong analytical problem solving skills and tools to provide answers to our client's complex technical and policy questions.
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Epsilon Innovation Group Inc. has a dynamic team of experts, scientists, and consultants, and we maintain a database of selected experts who are ready to provide high-level services to our clients around the world. If you want to help our clients in solving today’s complex challenges, consider joining Epsilon Innovation Group’s team. We encourage you to send your CV as per the application instructions for full-time, part-time (contract based consulting), and internship opportunities.
Epsilon Innovation Group is now a memeber of the Climate Technology Center and Network (CTCN)_
The CTCN is the operational arm of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism, which promotes the accelerated transfer of environmentally sound technologies for low carbon and climate resilient development in developing countries.
Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems: ESREL 2015 Proceeings Now Available
The Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systemsproceedings of the 25th European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2015), held 7-10 September 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland, containes about 570 papers accepted for presentation at the conference. These contributions focus on theories and methods in the area of risk, safety and reliability, and their applications to a wide range of industrial, civil and social sectors. Dr. Gilu's paper titled “Water supply investment decision-making under climate change variability – New York City case study“, is now available in the proceedings book.
The latest corrected analysis shows that the rate of global warming has continued, and there has not been slow down. Using the latest global surface temperature data, a team of scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) and National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) published their findings on June 4, 2015 on the journal of sciences.
Click on the right graph for detailed observed global surface temperature data, which continues to increase dramatically.