Inspired by Iceland, Cornell is looking into the feasibility of using geothermal energy...
Cornell team plans to analyze how low-voltage systems can smoothly react to response demands...
Use of plastic cutlery, paper plates and plastic cups in all dining halls was implemented in response to extreme water shortage
A university-wide energy competition to see who can lower water and electricity use in campus buildings!
Targeted educational efforts in the residence halls and campus buildings focus on the water-energy nexus
Grant from National Science Foundation to test and optimize new residential electric storage systems
The newest milestone marks Cornell’s 19th LEED certified campus space, and the 4th platinum building on central campus
Cornell researchers propose capturing greenhouse gases and converting to useful product
Emphasis on assessing and responding to reduced water supply from the drought.
September 13, 2016 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm, Hollister Hall - Room 206, Cornell