Windpower Engineering & Development
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and ENGIE Resources announced a series of multiyear energy agreements through 2024 in which the university will purchase energy from the Radford’s Run Wind Farm for its Pittsburgh campus.
Martin Altschul, director of strategic facilities initiatives at CMU, said that ENGIE’s support of wind projects played a critical role in its selection for retail power.
“We believe sustainability is far more than an academic concept or a performance target,” he said. “It’s a way of life that we reflect in our programs, courses and student-led initiatives aimed at preserving and protecting our natural resources. It’s also ingrained in our approach to responsible financial planning. ENGIE shares in our dedication, and we’re pleased to have them as an ally in our sustainable business strategy.”