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Ferrum College

October 12, 2012

Ferrum College Green Revolving Fund Ferrum College has one of the oldest Environmental Studies programs in the nation, and one of its most principle hallmarks is sustainability. The Ferrum College Green Revolving Fund has been recently established to further the college’s ongoing efforts towards building a sustainable campus. Ferrum is working hard to curb their […]

Lane Community College

September 27, 2012

Living Green Revolving Fund Lane Community College’s Living Green Revolving Fund was inspired by examples of other successful GRF funds in the Billion Dollar Green Challenge. In January 2016, Lane Community College replaced its original Energy Carryover reinvestment fund, established in 2006, in favor of a true revolving fund model for sustainability. In this revolving […]

Catawba College

July 19, 2012

Catawba Green Revolving Fund The Catawba Green Revolving Fund (GRF) will help Catawba College reach its institutional goal of achieving climate neutrality by 2030. Students, some of whom will pursue one of Catawba’s four environmental degree programs (Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Environmental Education, and Sustainable Business and Community Development), will have the opportunity to help […]

Hiram College

July 18, 2012

Hiram GREENS Fund The Hiram College GREENS (Generating Resources to Educate, Engage, and Nurture Sustainability) Fund was established to support and sustain Hiram’s goals of reducing their ecological and climate footprint, investing in alternative energy, and modeling sustainability for the Hiram community. Hiram’s Climate Sustainability Council is charged with oversight of this revolving fund designed […]

University of Vermont

February 10, 2012

UVM Energy Revolving Fund On February 7, 2012, The University of Vermont (UVM) trustees approved earmarking $13 million for its energy efficiency revolving fund for projects with expected payback of no more than seven years, and a cost of $3 million or less. Calculated savings will be returned to the revolving fund from the utility […]