Rooftop solar sparks interest in clean energy at Yale

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[stag_intro] Yale’s commitment to a clean energy future is beginning to show as nearly 160 employees sign up to receive quotes for rooftop solar photovoltaic systems on their homes.
This effort stems from President Salovey’s six sustainability initiatives, announced August 2014, which also include investment in on-campus energy efficiency and student ventures in the field of sustainability, as well as a pilot project to price Yale’s carbon dioxide emissions.

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[stag_icon icon=”fire” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”yes”] To learn more about energy and greenhouse gas emissions at Yale, visit this website

[stag_icon icon=”sitemap” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”yes”]  President Salovey’s six sustainability initiatives

[stag_icon icon=”envelope” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”yes”] President Salovey’s original letter to the Yale community outlining new sustainability initiatives at Yale

[stag_icon icon=”sun-o” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”yes”] Interested in solar? You can still participate in Solarize U by signing up through Energy Sage. *Deadline Aug. 31, 2015

[stag_icon icon=”money” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”yes”] Yale’s pilot project to price Yale’s carbon dioxide emissions
Solar project inspires spark of interest – Yale Climate Connections

Original source: published on July 7, 2015 by the Yale Office of Sustainability >>