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Clean Energy Fund

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.

UPDATE for academic year 2015-16: The VP for Finance has instructed the Office of Sustainability to put on hold the recruitment of a new CEF Committee, as the Fund will not be soliciting new projects while it undergoes a formal review and a report is prepared. Previously approved projects will continue to be supported, including the Energy Action Seminar. The Clean Energy Fund will undergo this formal, multi-step review in the 2015-2016 academic year with the intent to strategically align the goals of the University’s Climate Action Plan with the activities and criteria for selecting projects through the Clean Energy Fund. Stay tuned in Spring 2016 for a public forum on the Clean Energy Fund's history and future. 

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10 06 2015

Al Gore Draws Crowds to Campus on "The Climate Crisis and the Case for Hope"

Al Gore, 45th U.S. vice president, spoke on “The Climate Crisis and the Case for Hope" at the University of Vermont on October 6...
09 30 2015

SOLD OUT: Al Gore speaking at UVM on October 6th!

Tickets for Al Gore have "sold-out." There is overflow seating in Mann Hall for the event (Trinity Campus). Thanks for the...
03 27 2015

Conference Explores Electric Power From the North

The Clean Energy Fund was a sponsor of the Power from the North Conference. The following article was written by Joshua Brown at UVM...
11 30 2015

Energy Action Seminar: Design Matters - Building Green

Rolf Keilman is an architect at Truex & Cullins and former managing partner of the Burlington-based firm. Statement from Rolf on his...