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Kimball Hall’s Green Floors Paved in LEED Gold

Kimball marks Cornell’s 18th LEED certified project, but the first on the changing face of the Engineering Quad...

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A ‘Hole’ New World: Improving the Efficiency of Water Splitting

The current generated from the water-splitting activity can be used directly to power electronic devices...

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Researchers Seek Efficient Means of Splitting Water

Hydrogen from these reactions could power vehicles with clean-burning hydrogen fuel cells...

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Seizing Energy from the Rooftops

The sun’s rays hitting the roof on Cornell’s Human Ecology Building and Klarman Hall now produce energy...

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Wineries Join Forces for Solar Initiatives

Each winery involved emphasizes its focus on sustainability—socially, environmentally and economically...

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Student Research Helps County Envision 2050 Energy Roadmap

Using research conducted by Cornell students, Tompkins County Planning Department unveiled ideas to reduce the county’s carbon footprint by 2050...

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Non-Profit Solar Project Raises Over $17,000

Energizing Impact, a student non-profit solar energy organization, raising money to install a 14.3 kW solar energy system and an exhibit in Sciencenter...