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Energy Action Seminar: New, Inventive Renewable Energy Technology

On November 10th, the Energy Action Seminar hosted a panel of experts from various energy companies. The hour-long panel discussion focused on new, exciting technologies in production that are beginning to play important roles in the transition away from nonrenewable energy sources.

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by Charles Martin '16, Sustainability Intern

UVM Engineers Build Tiny Renewable Wind Turbine for Developing World

[Written by Joshua E. Brown] .00002 miles per hour might remind you of a bad day on the interstate. But that’s how fast some bamboo can grow: up to 35 inches every day — a world record. It’s a grass that can, in a few months, grow as tall as a tree. And, as it grows on, say, a mountainside in China or Chile, it gets hammered by the wind. But it doesn’t break. It flexes and resists, using the power of the sun to grow up and the power of the wind to grow strong. [READ MORE]

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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. Think of it as an epic “incomplete,” an extracurricular undertaking that has segued directly into millions of dollars of advanced graduate studies. Written by Andrew Nemethy. READ MORE

 

 

Tad & Erick presenting at TEDx Talk

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