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CEE Students install a wind turbine on the roof of Ann Arbor public school

Woven Wind, a Better Living Using Engineering Lab (BLUElab) student team, recently installed a permanent wind turbine on the roof of A2STEAM Public School.| Short Read
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IMAGE:  Wind turbine on the roof of A2STEAM Public School

The team, which includes several CEE students, is focused on wind energy and sustainability. Prior to the project with A2STEAM, the team designed and implemented a wind turbine for the Allen Elementary 5th grade class to power lights in their classroom. This project was features in the 2014 CEE News Magazine.

The overall Woven Wind mission is to collaborate with diverse communities to design, build, test and implement wind powered technology utilizing both the cultural characteristics of their customers and the technical capabilities of community environments. Through their work, they aim to serve society by developing sustainable, safe and functional devices that act as educational tools to both the team and the end users.

CEE team members include Project Leader David Naidoff, Case Kittel, Kevin Liberman and Maria Redoutey.

Their next project will take place at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum. Visit their Facebook page for updates.

wind turbine on the roof of A2STEAM Public Schoo
The outside of the Ford Robotics building

U-Michigan, Ford open world-class robotics complex

The facility will accelerate the future of advanced and more equitable robotics and mobility | Medium Read