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School Wind Project at Pennsylvania Wind Application Center (Penn State University)

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Pennsylvania Wind Application Center (Penn State University)

Aerospace Engineering and Architectural Engineering, 230B Hammond Building

University Park, PA 16802

United States

(40.8119/-77.8624)

Size: 5.4 kW

Technology: Southwest Windpower Whisper 500, 3.0 kW and a Southwest Windpower Skystream, 2.4 kW

Type: University

Wind for Schools Type: Wind Application Center

Status: Operating

Contact: Susan Stewart, director, Penn State Wind Application Center

Phone: (814) 933-7129

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Discussion

Penn State University is a recipient of a 20% Wind Energy Funding Opportunity Announcement award. Penn State will develop and offer courses for a new associate degree in renewable energy technology and to support a distance-based graduate certificate in wind energy engineering. Penn State will also modify courses to support a graduate minor.

Project Content Last Updated: September 25, 2012