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November 2011

EKU Energy Club

This fall EKU students have joined together to form the EKU Energy Club, a student organization dedicated to educating the campus community and the general public on wide variety of topics related to energy.  The club is a chapter of a state-wide Kentucky Energy Club which is modeled after the Energy Club at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Results: “Central Kentucky Producers' Opinion on Switchgrass Production for Energy.”

In May 2011, Eastern Kentucky University’s Center for Renewable and Alternative Fuel Technologies (CRAFT) conducted a survey to determine central Kentucky farmers’ opinions on growing switchgrass for the production of biofuels.

Biodiesel: Who Uses It?

Did you know there are many programs and organizations in the United States that are switching to biodiesel? This isn’t a recent change. Some companies have been undergoing the process of switching to a cleaner, more sustainable alternative fuel for years now.

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