The Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston received The Trailblazer Award from the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce. CURI was recognized at the 2014 Honors Night Thursday at the Francis Marion Hotel.
Blackouts remind us how much we rely on power in our daily lives. With a flick of the switch, we have come to expect lights will come on. There will be heat to keep us warm. There will be electricity to charge our devices. Clemson has opened the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center in North Charleston. […]
Clemson University’s South Carolina Electric and Gas (SCE&G) Energy Innovation Center at the Restoration Institute in North Charleston has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Clemson University is among 12 universities nationwide that have been cited for helping drive economic growth at a time when more states are looking to their higher-education institutions to create jobs and investment.
The United States' electrical infrastructure is about 100 years old and ruled by alternating current, or AC. But, the modern world around us — household appliances, laptop computers, cell phones and devices — is powered by direct current, or DC. A conference this week in downtown Charleston is showing how the world is witnessing a transformation in electricity generation, delivery and technology.
At the First Conference on Local DC Electricity: Transforming the 21st Century Energy Economy March 30-April 1, hosted by Clemson University and the Clemson University Restoration Institute, experts from industry, federal labs and academia will address the latest developments in the generation, distribution and utilization of electricity.
Curtiss Fox’s work at the Clemson University Restoration Institute is modernizing the electrical grid and bringing it in line with new, distributed energy sources — including renewable sources like wind and solar, energy storage, micro-grids and more.
FEV Inc., a subsidiary of Germany-based, FEV GmbH, a leading developer of advanced powertrain and vehicle system technologies, is one of the first companies to establish operations om the Energy Systems Innovation Center at the Clemson University Restoration Institute (CURI) in North Charleston.
Illustrating the importance of public participation in water resources management, Carolina Clear, Clemson University’s stormwater education and awareness program, and Clemson Extension have rolled out a new TV advertisement in markets across the state.
Elizabeth Colbert-Busch, director of business development for the Clemson University Restoration Institute, is among 44 leaders from across the Lowcountry selected to participate in the eighth Lowcountry class of the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative.
Clemson University will honor philanthropist and businesswoman Anita Zucker of Charleston with an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities at its summer graduation ceremony Friday, Aug. 9, at 11 a.m. in Littlejohn Coliseum.
For 10 weeks this summer, interns at the Clemson University Restoration Institute are working on the latest innovations in science and technology — and some that are 150 years old.
Improving the quality of South Carolina schools and increasing college readiness among high school students statewide are the goals of a newly created, independent school at Clemson University.
Construction of Clemson University’s Wind Turbine Drivetrain Testing Facility at the Restoration Institute reaches another milestone Friday when the foundation for the larger test rig is poured.
CHARLESTON — The Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium celebrated its fourth year by reaching 2.2 million people across the three-county area through its wide array of stormwater pollution education and awareness initiatives.