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Assailed for Views on Fracking, Rep. Tom Reed Tells Ithacans He Is Fighting for America

Tom Reed was assailed at a town hall meeting for advocating fracking...

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Op Ed: Science, Philosophy Both Matter in Fracking Decision

Cornell trustee and doctoral candidate voices his opinion on fracking...

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Engineering Interns at Shoals Marine Lab Bring Sustainability to Island

Students worked with SML staff to bring sustainable solutions for generating power, supplying fresh water, and eliminating waste...

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Turning Tired Land into Energizing Liquid Gold

Growers in New York state may one day turn craggy, rugged and lumpy marginal land into a virtual, perennial fountain of liquid energy gold...

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Growth Chamber Phase 2 Energy Conservation Project Saves $42,000 and 270 tons of CO2e Annually

Lighting system retrofit results in more uniform lighting,less maintenance and energy cost in the chambers...

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Leasing the Sun: Tompkins Towns Take Advantage of Deal to Go Solar

In an effort to move toward energy independence and save taxpayers money, many municipalities in Tompkins are going solar...

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Mann LED Elevator Lighting Energy Conservation Project Saves $1,000 and 7 tons of CO2e Annually

Energy Management staff collaborated with student group Energy Corps at Cornell University (ECCU) to replace elevator lighting...

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Teachers Tackle Bioenergy in Weeklong Course on Campus

The teachers learn how society could use plants and other forms of biomass to meet the nation’s growing energy demands...

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Cornell Solar Power Project Gets Boost from State

Cornell is harnessing the power of the sun, and state funding, for a proposed solar facility on Snyder Road in the Town of Lansing...

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Proposed Solar Array Offers a Bright Energy Future

Cornell hopes to expand its renewable energy portfolio with large-scale solar energy project...