Building serves as energy conservation lab for Oberlin students

01/15/2009 | MSNBC

Ohio's Oberlin College has dedicated a building to energy conservation research. The Adam Joseph Lewis building is a laboratory for saving energy, and it includes many energy-saving features, such as light sensors. The building currently produces more energy than it uses. Students learn about recycling water, producing solar energy and conserving electricity, among other things.

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