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April 12, 2011

A research team at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is preparing to begin the second stage of a three-year green energy pilot project that’s researching the viability of integrating wind and solar power into a municipal power grid to power traffic and street lights.

Read More at govtech.com

April 1st, 2011

Anuj Sharma, Ph.D. will present on Roadway Wind/Solar Hybrid Power Generation and Distribution System Towards Energy Plus Roadways at NE-ASCE Transportation Group on April 14th in Omaha, Nebraska. For more information please visit the NE-ASCE website

March 10th, 2011

Everybody hates a traffic light when it’s red, gets a little frustrated when it’s yellow and loves when it’s green. Lincoln, Neb., has just installed what’s likely the greenest traffic light—ever, so it should be well loved. It’s powered by the wind and will soon be powered by the sun, too.

Read more at cleanenergyauthority.com

March 3rd, 2011




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