Energy Education Park at the Graves Chapple Research Farm [abstract]
University of Missouri (System)
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An office and educational building will be built on the Graves Chapple Research Farm in Atchison County. The building will start out as a shell with energy features being added as money can be obtained for them. The building is being designed for energy efficiency with ample insulation and an efficient heating and lighting system. The building shell will accommodate continual modifications to the mechanical systems. This building will be easily visible to the thousands of people who drive past on I-29. The public can see, touch and learn the intricacies of smart energy design. Addition of turbines, solar voltaic, wind breaks, etc. will further identify the building signature and the location as a destination for learning. Funding for this project is from the Lewis & Clark Discovery Initiative Fund. It has a total budget of $600,000 with $450,000 for the building proper.
Posters (Missouri Energy Summit 2009)
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Carney, John F.; Arshadi, Nasser; Duncan, Robert V.; Krishnamurthy, K.; Morgan, William T. (William Thomas), 1941- (University of Missouri (System), 2009-04)The Chief Research Officers of the University of Missouri's four campuses present an overview of topics related to the four tracks for the Missouri Energy Summit 2009: Power Generation; Transportation and Biofuels; Energy ...
Carney, John F.; Harbert, Karen Alderman; Pakrasi, Himradi Bhusan, 1953-; Dixon, Bob; Chesser, Michael; Kruse, Bob (University of Missouri (System), 2009-04-22)This panel of invited speakers at the Missouri Energy Summit 2009 addressed issues relating to energy challenges facing the United States and offered some possible solutions that would be beneficial economically and ...
How Distorting Policies Can Affect Energy Efficiency and Sustainability: The Case of Biogas Production in the Po Valley (Italy) Mela, Giulio; Canali, Gabriele (University of Missouri, College of Agriculture Food and Natural Resources, 2014)Similarly to other EU countries, Italy began subsidizing electric energy production from renewable sources such as biogas. This proved to be an inefficient way of using available resources. In the Po Valley—the most ...