Close this search box.

Getting climate, energy & environment news right.

Notre Dame Dedicates Hydro Facility as Renewable Energy Efforts Grow

David Worford of Environment + Energy Leader reports on Notre Dame’s clean energy efforts.

The C3 Take
  • Notre Dame has built a hydropower plant in South Bend that will operate at 70% capacity and generate 7% of the University’s energy.
  • The 2.5 megawatt facility is expected offset 9,700 tons of Notre Dame’s CO2 emissions annually.
  • In addition to hydropower Notre Dame is installing a 20MW solar plant, two geothermal facilities, and is converting non-consumable food waste into energy.

“Other schools to recently implement energy-efficient projects include Smith College breaking ground on a geothermal project, Boston University using geothermal heat pumps in a new building on campus, and the University of Hartford saving $1 million annually with energy upgrades. The University of California San Diego also has a proposed demonstration project that will look at blending hydrogen and natural gas to help with energy transitions.”

Read the full article here.

The views and opinions expressed are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of C3.

Copyright © 2020 Conservative Coalition for Climate Solutions

Subscribe to our exclusive email designed for conservatives who care about climate.

Help us promote free market solutions for climate change.

5 Incredible Ways Economic Freedom Helps the Planet.

Sign up for our newsletter now to get the full list right in your inbox.

Thank you for signing up

Help us promote sensible solutions for both planet and prosperity.

Download Now