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Drone data helps a Minnesota city conserve energy

Drone data helps a Minnesota city conserve energy

Warren, a small city in Northern Minnesota, is offering an innovative public service: images that reveal building heat loss, captured by drones.
Wind to Power Nearly Half of College’s Needs

Wind to Power Nearly Half of College’s Needs

Connecticut College students and administration have helped solidify the College's ongoing support for the generation of green power by purchasing wind power energy certificates that equal approximately 44 percent of the College's annual electricity consumption.
Solar Decathlon Nearly Ready to Start

Solar Decathlon Nearly Ready to Start

College students around the country are completing 14 custom-designed solar-powered homes that will soon will be transported to the nation's capital for the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) first-ever Solar Decathlon.
U.S. College Students Seize Green Career Options

U.S. College Students Seize Green Career Options

[City on a Hill Press] As global warming receives more media attention than ever before, college campuses nationwide are responding by offering more courses relevant to the critical issue. More students are realizing that career opportunities in the field of energy technologies are available, and students across the country are taking full advantage of such courses.
5 Reasons College Students Should Join the Collegiate Wind Competition

5 Reasons College Students Should Join the Collegiate Wind Competition

Since 2014, passionate college students from across the country have learned the ins and outs of the wind industry by participating in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Collegiate Wind Competition, which challenges undergraduates to design and build a wind turbine and develop a business plan to market their project.
Solar Decathlon Kicks off Despite Darkening Skies

Solar Decathlon Kicks off Despite Darkening Skies

September 26, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Despite ominous weather forecasts, due to the remnants of tropical storm Isodore, the Solar Decathlon is kicking off today in on The National Mall in Washington D.C. The event is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, along with its National Renewable Energy Laboratory and a host of other sponsors. Running until October 6, 2002, 14 […]
Next Generation Utility Workforce: The New Energy Resource

Next Generation Utility Workforce: The New Energy Resource

Significant infrastructure investments are required over the next decade and during this time, much of the utility workforce is expected to retire or leave the industry. Utilities are already struggling to build infrastructure with the limited existing workforce.
Grant Buys PV System for Instruction at College Level

Grant Buys PV System for Instruction at College Level

Lawrence, Massachusetts [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Solectria Renewables delivered two PVI13KW commercial inverters for a photovoltaic (PV) system at the Springfield Tech Park with the Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) Assistance Corporation. The 30.8 kW system, which was designed and installed by Berkshire Photovoltaic Services (BPVS), includes 108 Schott Solar 285W PV modules and two Solectria Renewables, PVI13KW 480VAC, 3-phase inverters. The system […]
40-Day Test Run for Waterloo Solar Car

40-Day Test Run for Waterloo Solar Car

How many college students does it take to drive a solar car around North America in 40 days? At least six drivers to steer Midnight Sun VII along the highways and back roads of North America as students from the University of Waterloo in Canada test the car's abilities and try to educate other drivers about the potential of solar power.
American Student Studying Wave Energy in Europe (Intro)

American Student Studying Wave Energy in Europe (Intro)

I am an American college student who received a grant to study wave energy in Europe. Throughout June and July 2009, I am planning on traveling along a planned route (see Project) in Western Europe meeting with professors, engineers, entrepreneurs, and policymakers in the wave energy industry. Through interviews and conversations with representatives from all these groups, I hope to […]