UVM Clean Energy Fund

How significant a role can campus-based renewable energy play in UVM’s progress towards carbon neutrality?

The Clean Energy Fund, (CEF) funded a feasibility study to help answer this question and generate scenarios to aid in renewable energy planning at UVM. The study was conducted over the summer of 2012 by CHA (Clough, Harbour, & Associates), and will be an invaluable tool for future decision-making about resource allocation to renewable energy installation projects on campus. The final recommendations, as well as the potential renewable energy installation locations map, will serve as foundational knowledge for both the CEF Committee, and for key campus stakeholders, including Capital Planning and Management, the Physical Plant Department, and senior administration.  Student interns worked with CHA to prepare analyses and feasibility reports, as well as to document the progress of the study.

CEF Interns: Jack Lehrecke '12, Richard P. Smith '13, and Ryan Darlow '12
Illustrator: Ryan Darlow '12
Videographer and editor: Daniel Hopkins '13, CEF Media Intern

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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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