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Wildcat Wind Power

Wildcat Wind Power 

Wildcat Wind Power is a competition design team that competes annually at the Collegiate Wind Competition hosted by The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). This competition coincides with the American Wind Energy Association's annual conference.

Each year, Wildcat Wind Power is tasked with the challenge of building a small-scale wind turbine as well as creating a business plan around the turbine to sell in a real-world market. For more information, please see the Collegiate Wind Competition's Rules and Regulations.

We would like to thank NREL for their support in funding our club with additional funding support from K-State College of Engineering, the Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering Department, and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.

How to Join

Wildcat Wind Power is always looking for more business, electrical, and mechanical team members that are passionate about wind power! To join, please email Tyler Rodvelt at trodvelt@ksu.edu or ksuwwp@gmail.com.

 

2019 wind farm tour group photo

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Meetings
Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Microsoft Teams Conference

 

President
Eric Christman, echris018@ksu.edu

Faculty Adviser
Dr. Warren White, wnw@ksu.edu