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WindSTAR brings the innovative research capabilities of leading universities to develop high-impact solutions to key industry challenges. WindSTAR’s goal is decrease cost and increase reliability at all stages of wind power plant development: component fabrication, array design, operations and maintenance.

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WindSTAR: Wind-Energy Science, Technology, and Research Industry/ University Cooperative Research Center

UMass Lowell Professors Chris Hansen and David Willis demonstrate during Clean Energy Day. WindSTAR is Committed to educating teachers and middle school students through our KidWind Project.

KidWind

Committed to educating teachers and middle school students through our KidWind Project.

KidWind has been helping students and teachers learn about wind energy for 15 years. The KidWind Project provide curriculum, workshops, and hands-on experimentation kits for educators.

Makerspace Saturdays and KidWind Challenge

KidWind and WindSTAR hosted a Makerspace Saturday on April 16, 2016 for students in Grades 3-12 and demonstrated on Friday, March 17, 2017 at the George School (Brockton, Mass.) during Clean Energy Day.

WindSTAR is part of the team collaborating with the Partnership for Offshore Wind Energy Research (POWER-US) to accelerate discovery, innovation and job creation.

KidWind, WindSTAR and WhiteBox Learning

The WindSTAR team has been working with KidWind to assist WhiteBox Learning with the development of an online module that will allow students to design complex blades online and then 3D print them/manufacture them for testing.

POWER-US team during NREL tour, Colorado. WindSTAR is part of the team collaborating with the Partnership for Offshore Wind Energy Research (POWER-US) to accelerate discovery, innovation and job creation.

POWER-US

WindSTAR is part of the team collaborating with the Partnership for Offshore Wind Energy Research to accelerate discovery, innovation and job creation.

Learn more about this partnerships on the POWER-US website.