By addressing climate change, we can build a sustainable world for everyone. But we need to act now.
It is our mission to help remedy and raise awareness of the effects of climate change.
Funds raised will help support the Center for Wind Energy, Energy Engineering Program, and the Climate Change Initiative at University of Massachusetts Lowell. These groups are leading research and education efforts on renewable energy and climate change. The efforts will help to make renewable energy cheaper and more widespread helping to mitigate the effects of climate change.
For more than four decades, UMass Lowell has grown its energy education and research portfolio by creating a multitude of academic, state, federal, and industry strategic partnerships.
The Energy Engineering Program at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is designed to prepare students to perform state-of-the-art work on energy systems.
The nationally recognized Center for Wind Energy at UMass Lowell has unique expertise and capabilities to conduct research in the advancement of wind turbine science and systems.
The group consists of thirteen interdisciplinary faculty members whose research focuses on wind turbine manufacturing, reliability, energy storage, and design.
The Climate Change Initiative brings faculty, students, and communities together to address one of the greatest challenges facing humanity: climate change.
The Initiative draws its members from all six Colleges and Schools of UMass Lowell and from departments and disciplines as diverse as environmental science, public health, engineering, education, management, sociology, art, and others.