Michigan State's long-term view on renewable energy
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Finance, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 3/28/2019
Source: Michigan State University
What's so special about universities when it comes to renewable energy? Students and faculty, of course, have a strong impact in their push for environmentally friendly programs. Meanwhile, with longer life spans than most corporations, universities are able to have a different approach to these programs.
Dr. Wolfgang Bauer, Distinguished Professor and Associate Vice President for Administration at Michigan State University,
discussed how higher ed tackles renewable energy and energy efficiency at a recent Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum. Among's MSU's achievements are the installation of the largest solar carport array in the U.S.
Explore this presentation to learn what steps led to MSU's Energy Transition Plan.
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