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Off-Campus Student Energy Conservation Challenge

2013-14 Projects
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Project Category: Education/Infrastructure

CEF funds will be used to provide home energy devices (HEDs) to UVM students living off-campus in Burlington, at no (or, a subsidized) cost. These devices connect to residential smart meters and make available real-time energy consumption information. Burlington Electric Department is in the process of deploying Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) in the city, but choices of how, when, and whether or not to use HEDs have not yet been made. 

Campus Food and Energy Series Seminar #4: Revolutionizing the Lunch Line

April 7, 2014
Frank Livak Ballroom, Davis Center

Kierstin Wall, Northeast Field Organizer, Real Food Challenge
Virginia Flanders, Director of Nutrition & Food Service, Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
Peter Allison, Coordinator, Farm to Institution New England

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CEF Clean Greenhouse Project featured in Burlington Free Press

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The CEF-funded Clean Greenhouse Project, headed by Tad Cooke and Erick Crockenberg '13, was featured in the Burlington Free Press!  Tad and Erick are finalists in the City of Burlington's Moran Plant Redevelopment project.

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1st Energy Action Seminar- Asa Hopkins

The Energy Action Seminar began on September 9th with Asa Hopkins of the Vermont Public Service Department, as it’s first speaker.  The Energy Action Seminar occurs weekly on Monday nights at 4:05- 5:20 in room 413 in the Waterman building.  Sponsored by the Clean Energy Fund and the Environmental Program, the Energy Action Seminar is a weekly seminar series exploring strategies for Vermont to meet its goal of 90% renewable energy by 2050. 

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by Lisa Watts Natkin, Curriculum & Community Connections Graduate Assistant


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