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Appalachian State U Appropriate Technology Degrees
ASU, in Boone, NC, offers bachelors and masters degrees in Technology with a concentration in Appropriate Technology.
Future Renewable Electric Energy Delivery and Management Systems Ctr
FREEDM is an NSF funded engineering research center for renewable electricity generation at North Carolina State University. The program includes education and research from middle school to PhD. Teachers are invited to conduct research at their labs. Schools from several states are participating in their programs.
North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center at NC State
The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center, at NC State University, advances a sustainable energy economy by educating, demonstrating and providing support for clean energy technologies, practices, and policies.
The CETC, formerly the Solar Center, started at the NC State Solar House, covers renewable energy areas including wind and biomass; it has teams dedicated to high performance buildings, clean transportation, economic development, distributed generation, and the DSIRE state-by-state guide to renewable energy resources.