PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University hosted its inaugural energy summit April 2 with a focus on storage technologies, one of the most critical challenges of incorporating renewable energy into the electric power grid.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Undergraduate research in alternative fuels and renewable energy got a boost thanks to support for four Washington State University students from the DeVlieg Foundation and Weyerhaeuser Company.
PULLMAN —“Renewable Energy – Our Future — Wind Energy – The Pine Tree Wind Farm Development and Construction” will be the subject at 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22 lectured by Dan Howell, vice president of wind projects for Kiewit Power Inc. The event, sponsored by the School of Architecture and Construction Management and […]
With a generous gift of $150,000 over five years from Puget Sound Energy (PSE), School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science faculty members Mohamed Osman and Luis Perez will offer engineering and science students the opportunity to learn about a variety of renewable energy sources in a course focusing on wind, solar and […]