Energy-Environment Research Center

To see our most recent projects, visit our Energy-Environment Research Club (E2RC) website

Goals of E2RC
•    Provide a model educational center where both students and community members can study renewable energy systems.
•    Provide a showcase of cutting-edge renewable energy systems that will be visible and available at street-level for students, professionals, academics, engineers, and visitors to learn from.
•    Provide an off grid emergency power facility that can be used by the community during power outages and times of need.
•    Power an off grid greenhouse used to grow organic produce and sell to the community.

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2nd Place, Zayed Future Energy Prize, World Future Energy Summit

Bamboo Bike Project

Designing and Building a Rainwater Harvesting System

Ace Amazing Race – first place in NY, NJ and DC!!

“Student members of the ACE Action team at Alfred E. Smith High School in the Bronx won the Amazing ACE Race competition in the NY/NJ/DC region with 9 star points! They earned points by completing some pretty amazing carbon-reducing projects: a green roof with the help of Sustainable South Bronx, school composting, and last but not least the bamboo bike project depicted in this video.”  To read more, click here

Many thanks to Bamboo Bike Studio and Alliance for Climate Education for helping us make this happen!

5.15.10 – NYSERDA Shinning Example CFL Video, first place!

As a result, we were on this commercial!

02.26.09 – Interviewing Majora Carter about environmental justice (Peace Corps Fellows Newsletter about story)

12.19.08 – Interviewing Adrian Benepe, NYC Commissioner of Parks & Recreation

10.15.08 Installing the weather station on our green roof site

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