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School Wind Project at Grand Valley State University

Here you will find information about the school wind energy project at Grand Valley State University. You can locate other school wind projects for K-12, community colleges, universities, and more on our Google Map.

Grand Valley State University

1 Campus Drive

Allendale, MI 49401

United States

(42.9665/-85.8866)

Size: 32.4 kW

Technology: 1, 30-kW Capstone micro turbine; 1, 2.4-kW Skystream 3.7

Type: University

Status: Operating

More Information

Grand Valley State University is host to the Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center.

Discussion

The Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center is an economic development initiative of the City of Muskegon, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, and Grand Valley State University. The Center is a local, regional, and statewide leader and resource in advancing energy-related education and the development of effective public policy that will lead to innovation and the application of renewable energy solutions.

Project Content Last Updated: July 09, 2013