The parking island in the northern end of B Lot and the southern end of C Lot were chosen as primary locations for solar canopies. This would provide estimates of 100,000 kWh per year and provide shelter from the sun and the rain. An early draft of the technical report can be found here: Solar Canopy Cost J Hadley 5 Aug 2015.
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship – Solar Evergreen
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Teams in the Spring 2014 ES&CC program are collaborating to analyze how much solar power TESC is capable of producing on its rooftops. Stay tuned!
Jaal M. and Michael K. propose to build an algae-growing facility and study the requirements for growing algae efficiently in the Pacific Northwest. Congratulations on your grant from the Clean Energy Committee for this research project!
Reid T. and Taylor F. propose two new stationary bicycles for the Campus Rec Center. Congratulations on getting funding for this project from the Clean Energy Committee!
Andrew C, Andrew G, and Candace K propose to evaluate how much electrical power is available from rain runoff of the roofs of Mod housing on campus. Congratulations on your grant from the Clean Energy Committee for this research project!
** MicroHydro Writeup and Proposal **
Arij B-S and Clay S. studied metrics for better evaluating our sustainability on campus.