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Projects
Research and demonstration projects

Philip Hofmeyer, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor ~ Renewable Energy

104b Shannon Hall
315-684-6515
hofmeypv@morrisville.edu

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Recent grants, research, and demonstration projects
  • Research Foundation of SUNY Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) grant - Sustainability of micro hydroelectricity in residential grid-interactive systems: A study of ecological, economical, and social factors. Fall 2013. $5,000 award. Project report here.
  • NYSERDA PON 2664: Improving Bridges for Clean Energy Training from High School to College and Career. August 2013. Co-PI . $200,000 award ($17,000 to MSC). Project Website here.
  • Electric Power Research Institute: Right-of-Way Plant Community With/Without Attention to Controlling Invasive, Exotic Plants - A Long-term Collaborative ResearchProject on the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. June 2013. Co-PI (PI- Chris Nowak, SUNY ESF, Co-PI - Ben Ballard, Morrisville State College).
  • SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant (IITG): Integration of Virtual and Real Equipment Learning Tools Related to Sustainability Education. May 2013. Co-PI (PI - Mark Bremer, SUNT IT). $15,000 award. Project Website here.
  • Herkimer-Madison-Oneida Consortium 13N Environmental And Energy Grant. 2010. Madison County Micro Hydroelectricity Geospatial Project (II). $1,000 Award.
  • Syracuse Campus-Community Entrepreneurship Initiative. 2009. Micro Hydroelectricity demonstration in Madison County. $20,000 Award. Project poster here.
  • Herkimer-Madison-Oneida Consortium 13N Environmental And Energy Grant. 2009. Madison County Micro Hydroelectricity Geospatial Project (I). $1,000 Award.


MadisonCountyHydroResource
Madison County hydro resource.
Map created by Kevin Jablonski (Co-Pi on 13N grants).
Click for a larger, interactive pdf of the project.