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Wind energy conference

UD hosts North American Wind Energy Academy’s international conference

With a wind turbine at the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes — which has been in operation since 2010 and supplies all of the energy for the campus — as well as being home to the Center for Research in Wind (CReW), the University of Delaware has long been a leader in the field of wind energy research. Read more

New CReW director

Professor Cristina Archer is the new Director of CReW.

Tourism and offshore wind turbines

UD professors survey beachgoers on potential implications for offshore wind farms

Empowering an industry

New academy at UD to train offshore wind energy professionals

Neighbors and wind turbines

National survey shows developer transparency is key to perceived fairness in project planning

UD-Nuvve and V2G technology

UD-pioneered technology to accelerate changes in energy and transportation

V2G goes west

UD-developed V2G technology to be used in California project

Vehicle-to-grid

UD-developed V2G technology launches in Denmark

NSF CoPe Virtual Workshop

Community Resiliency in the Face of Coastal Hazards and the Renewable Energy Transition

Hurricane precipitation

UD’s Cristina Archer looks at how wind farms can reduce hurricane rainfall

 

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