We love to share our excitement for small wind power with our community.



Through presentations at the Small Wind Conference and local colleges, class visits, Green Buildings tours, and Open Houses at our facility in Freeville, New York, Weaver Wind engages with the community throughout the year. Educational outreach is central to our mission, and we welcome opportunities to work with groups to broaden the public’s understanding of distributed wind energy.

 

Higher Education

We work closely with students from Cornell University and Ithaca College helping offer real-world learning material for earth science, renewable energy, and engineering course work.  Every summer WWE is graced by an enthusiastic intern from one of the nearby institutions

Cornell students installing acoustic monitors on a Weaver 5 in the area

Cornell students installing acoustic monitors on a Weaver 5 in the area

 
Carl Heastie, D-Brox, left, speaker of the NY State Assebly, and Asseblywoman Barbara Lifton, D-Ithaca, talk to WWE president Art Weaver at an open house.

Carl Heastie, D-Brox, left, speaker of the NY State Assebly, and Asseblywoman Barbara Lifton, D-Ithaca, talk to WWE president Art Weaver at an open house.

 

Community

When NY State politicians want to know more about the windy side of renewable energy, we are happy to help them understand our cutting edge industry. 

 

Wind For Schools

We open our doors to local grade school groups to offer educational opportunities for all ages.  We are also working the several New York schools to install our wind turbines on school grounds to bring advanced energy systems into view for students year after year. 

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We share our passion and expertise, so our community can understand the value of wind power for our future.