Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Veronica Augustyn, an assistant professor in NC State’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. This is one of a series of posts […]
When student Elizabeth Wallner boarded the plane to California as part of an NC State Alternative Service Break trip focused on solar energy, she knew the physical impact that she […]
During the academic year, the senior design lab of NC State’s Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science program hums nearly round the clock with students collaborating and creating.
Until mid-March it also […]
As outdoor air temperatures creep higher, NC State will start saving about 500,000 gallons of water annually because of a new reclaimed water system at a campus utility plant.
Located on […]
While the Wolfpack enjoyed winter break, hundreds of NC State campus buildings collectively avoided $294,537 in energy costs through the university’s Winter Holiday Energy Saving Initiative.
Since 2004, NC State has […]
A little rivalry can be a good thing — especially when it comes to saving energy and water. In just 28 days, a student-led energy and water challenge between residents […]
Project will accelerate community solar by municipal and cooperative utilities in the Southeast. […]
Proving that growth and savings are simultaneously possible, NC State has reduced campus energy use by 33 percent and water use by 50 percent per gross square foot since the […]
NC State researchers have discovered that a food additive is capable of replacing environmentally-harmful chemicals in the creation of efficient plastic solar cells. […]
The home stretch of the National Science Foundation-funded FREEDM Systems Center at NC State may be just the beginning. […]