The University of Minnesota Morris has announced it has achieved its carbon-neutrality goal for its campus electricity.
The majority of campus power, about 60%, is now being generated by two University of Minnesota-owned 1.65MW wind turbines while additional green electricity is generated by solar photovoltaic systems and a back-pressure steam turbine.
The campus uses about half of the wind-generated electricity and the other half supplies the local power grid.
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