Scaling up Renewables in Higher Ed to Curb Climate Change

Symposium C1


Renewable energy from wind farms and solar parks are helping campuses reduce their contributions to climate change. Learn how two campuses built solar arrays on their campus rooftops, and also found a way to get huge solar parks built that green the power feeding their regional electricity grids. Their examples are serving as models for many more campuses to help America transition away from polluting sources of energy to clean, renewable energy, thus helping in the effort to reduce the impacts of catastrophic climate change.

Chris O’Brien, Director, Higher Education Programs, Edison Energy
Rob Andrejewski, Director of Sustainability, University of Richmond


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