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Cass County Energy Interpretive Center

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Title: Cass County Energy Interpretive Center
Author: Rajapakse, Shanaka
Abstract: This thesis examines the feasibility of conducting an alternative educational center parallel to the Cass County Electric Cooperative and its operations. Promoting renewable energies and educating the Community with new technologically advanced methods in deriving energy can have a large impact on the environment and become a huge facilitator in reducing the global warming catastrophe. It has become challenging to the human race to find energy and leave a smaller environmental footprint. Striking a balance between extracting energy and renewing resources is crucial for a more sustainable economy. Using existing facilities cannot only improve a building’s functionality but can be a major source in deriving significant economic benefits. Working in tandem with local energy providers in promoting renewable energy can advantage not only the organization but the community in which it operates.
Date: -
Subject: Education parks.
Power resources.
Renewable energy sources.
Fargo (N.D.)
North Dakota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22877

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