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View Resource Best Practices Guide for Developing Educational Programs: Energy and Environmental Technology

Best Practices in Environmental and Energy Technology Education is a guidebook for improving community and technical college programs.

http://ateec.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Best_Practices.p...
View Resource Economic feasibility of converting cow manure to electricity: A case study of the CVPS Cow Power program in Vermont

A case study of the Central Vermont Public Service Corporation (CVPS) Cow Power program examines the economic feasibility for dairy farms to convert cow manure into electricity via anaerobic methane...

http://www.agweb.com/assets/1/6/feasability-study-digesters....
View Resource Energy, Economics and Architecture

An eight-page building simulation paper. We present a method, a model and a simple design tool for evaluating the construction, investment and energy costs of different possible design alternatives...

http://www.ibpsa.org/proceedings/BS2003/BS03_0123_130.pdf
View Resource Nebraska Wind Integration Study

A 439-page Subcontract Report, NREL's Wind Systems Integration team worked with the Nebraska Power Association to conduct a state-wide wind integration study. The study evaluates wind penetrations up...

http://www.nrel.gov/wind/systemsintegration/pdfs/2010/ne_stu...
View Resource ENERGY STAR for K-12 School Districts

As a school official, you probably know that the annual energy bill to run America’s primary and secondary schools is a staggering $6 billion — more than is spent on textbooks and computers combined.

http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=k12_schools.bus_school...
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