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Sustained by a self-imposed student fee of $10 per student per semester, UVM’s Clean Energy Fund is designed to advance renewable energy research, education, and infrastructure on campus.

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10 22 2014

UVM Receives Silver for Bicycle Friendly University

The League of American Bicyclists received the University of Vermont with a silver medal as a Bicycle Friendly University.  This...
10 02 2014

Student Project to City Plan

Six months after they graduated from the University of Vermont, Tad Cooke and Erick Crockenberg are still working on a senior project....
05 07 2014

CEF Announces 2013-2014 Projects List

The UVM Clean Energy Fund (CEF) is designed to advance clean and renewable energy on campus through research, education and infrastructure...
10 27 2014

Energy Action Seminar: People Power - Reducing Energy Use Through Walking, Biking, and Public Transit

Speaker: Caroline Sampanaro, Senior Director, Campaigns & Organizing, Transportation Alternatives, NYC Caroline Samponaro is the...
10 29 2014

Energy Action Seminar Field Trip: Burlington Electric Department

Burlington Electric Department has reserved the auditorium to allow students to hear from energy efficiency specialists and power supply...
11 03 2014

Energy Action Seminar: The Story of the British Columbia Carbon Tax

Speakers: Ken Nolan, Manager of Power Resources, Burlington Electric Department Jennifer Green, Legacy Project and Sustainability...
10 15 2014

Energy Action Seminar – Solar and Social Networks

By Patrick Mathon '16, LEED Green Associate