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ASU Leads the Nation with Largest University Solar Installation

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June 10, 2008

Arizona State University (ASU) has awarded energy contracts to Honeywell Building Systems, Independent Energy Group and SolEquity to install two megawatts of solar electric modules on approximately 135,000 square feet of building rooftop space and some parking structures on its Tempe campus. With this investment ASU reaffirmed its commitment to renewable energy through what will be the largest deployment of solar power infrastructure by any U.S. university.

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A Newly Renovated Green Home for Global Institute of Sustainability

Institute Press Releases

May 16, 2008

Global Institute of Sustainability
The newly renovated building housing Arizona State University’s (ASU) Global Institute of Sustainability opened its doors this week.

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Sustainable Energy Fellowship: Five ASU Students Chosen to Explore Sustainable Energy

Institute Press Releases

May 5, 2008

The Sustainable Energy Fellowship has announced its 2008 cohort of student Fellows. The students, selected from a highly competitive pool from around the country, will begin the year-long fellowship process at a intensive week-long program to explore the technologies, policies, and economics of sustainable energy.

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Students from Arizona State University Compete in Wal-Mart's "Better Living Business Plan Challenge"

Institute Press Releases

April 16, 2008

Winner of environmentally friendly innovations competition to receive $20,000
Press Release

Tempe, AZ – On Apr. 18, 2008, students from Arizona State University (ASU) will travel to the Wal-Mart Home Office in Bentonville, Ark. to compete in the “Better Living Business Plan Challenge.” The competition was created to provide students around the world an opportunity to invent sustainable products or business solutions and present them to a panel of Wal-Mart executives, government officials, suppliers and environmental organizations. In addition to gaining an audience with some of the top business and sustainability leaders in the US, the winning school will receive $20,000.

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