University of Minnesota, Morris becomes carbon neutral in electricity use

Read the full story in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.

Fifteen years after installing its first wind turbine on a hill above campus, the University of Minnesota, Morris this summer became one of the few colleges in the country to become carbon neutral in electricity use.

The western Minnesota campus now produces the most electricity on site per-student in the United States, according to a report from advocacy group Environment America.

Associated report: Bradford, A.; Sundby, J.; Payne, B.; Taber, J. (2020). America’s Top Colleges for Renewable Energy. Denver, CO : Environment America.

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