Home » Energy Strategy Brings About ROI for Santa Clara University » The wind turbine installed on top of SCU’s facilities building is being monitored for its effectiveness and energy production output. Mr. Joe Sugg, Assistant Vice President of University Operations of Santa Clara University, gives scale to the size of the wind turbine. (Photo courtesy Santa Clara University)

The wind turbine installed on top of SCU’s facilities building is being monitored for its effectiveness and energy production output. Mr. Joe Sugg, Assistant Vice President of University Operations of Santa Clara University, gives scale to the size of the wind turbine. (Photo courtesy Santa Clara University)

The wind turbine installed on top of SCU’s facilities building is being monitored for its effectiveness and energy production output

About Carolyne Orazi

Carolyne Orazi, Guest Contributor, is a graduate of the University of Washington’s College of Urban Planning and Architecture and has a degree in landscape architecture. She has a special interest in restoration ecology and wildlife habitat improvement. She was living and working in the San Francisco area but is now a resident of London, UK where she has continued her work.

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