2009 - 2011 Press Releases

Let’s keep our best and brightest, Clemson official tells energy forum (July 28, 2011)

Innovation key to a secure energy future, Clemson scientist tells conference (June 16, 2011)

Clemson University Restoration Institute wind-industry interns get hands-on experience (June 9, 2011)

Clemson University Restoration Institute awards wind turbine facility contracts (June 7, 2011)

Charleston Women in International Trade honors Elizabeth Colbert-Busch of CURI (April 25, 2011)

Clemson University breaks ground on $98 million wind-turbine testing facility (October 28, 2010)


  • Clemson students benefit from wind-energy research internships
  • Leading conservation conference coming to Charleston
  • Restoration Institute to represent South Carolina on offshore wind consortium
  • South Carolina's offshore wind industry growing from 'grass roots'
  • Restoration Institute wind expert: Technology will drive U.S. offshore wind power
  • Restoration Institute to present at Charleston offshore wind energy workshop
  • Restoration Institute to represent South Carolina at Washington offshore wind meeting
  • Clemson University names Rigas as wind turbine testing facility director
  • Clemson’s 'Your Day' radio program focuses on energy issues this month
  • Clemson University Restoration Institute recognized by EPA
  • World demand will lead to energy solutions, GE chief tells Clemson energy summit
  • U.S. must lead shift to 'green economy,' energy secretary tells Clemson symposium
  • Clemson University Restoration Institute lands $98 million funding to develop next-generation wind turbines
  • ArborGen LLC and Clemson University form research cooperative
  • Restoration Institute expert: Wind farms bring economic boom
  • Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium sponsors first Charleston Water Week
  • Learn about Stormwater pollution at the 2009 Harbor Fest Education Village
  • Clemson University’s Carolina Clear to survey Grand Strand residents about water quality awareness
  • Historic Navy chapel could serve the community in new ways
  • Clemson University donates computers for workforce training in North Charleston
  • Pickens County officials discuss stormwater management at Carolina Clear workshop
  • Offshore wind farm would boost existing industry, generate jobs in South Carolina
  • International wind-energy specialist to visit Charleston
  • Restoration Institute, Savannah River National Laboratory partner to develop bioenergy
  • Historic Navy chapel at Restoration Institute becomes living classroom
  • Restoration Institute: Wind could bring energy and jobs to South Carolina
  • Restoration Institute to present at 2009 ThinkTEC Innovation summit