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July 27th, 2014
U of M Grad Students Take a Sunny Look at Minnesota

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Where are the sunniest places in Minnesota? A team of seven graduate students at the University of Minnesota has found the answer, down to the square meter. The result is an innovative Web-based “solar suitability” tool designed to help renewable energy companies choose suitable sites for solar panels. The award-winning application also has potential uses in transportation, natural resource management and urban planning. Read more in the Star Tribune

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