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SMALL WIND TRAINING AND TESTING FACILITY

The Small Wind Training and Testing Facility is location 11 on the tour. The following description also appears on the Story Map.

The Small Wind Training and Testing Facility (SWTTF) at JMU provides the primary resource in Virginia for training developers and installers of small wind power projects and other trades who support such efforts. The facility offers hands-on, experiential curriculum for all education levels (K-12, 2-yr, 4-yr), engages professionals who seek to enter the wind energy field, and provides an independent testing capability in the region. The SWTTF is organized by The JMU Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Energy (CASE), which focuses on research, education, and outreach to advance sustainable energy deployment by providing energy-related services to a wide variety of stakeholders including local governments, state agencies, landowners, non-governmental organizations, businesses, and academic communities.

PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

Photos and video by the Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Energy.

Wind Facility Turbine
Wind Facility Group Event
SUSTAINABILITY FEATURES
ENGAGED COURSES AND STUDENT PROJECTS

For more information about each course, search by course number in the 2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog.

GBIO 103. Contemporary Biology

ISAT 112. Environmental Issues in Science and Technology (General Education Course, Cluster 3)

ISAT 212. Energy Issues in Science and Technology

ISAT 301. Instrumentation and Measurement in Energy

ISAT 480. Selected Topics in Integrated Science and Technology

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