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Welcome to CUSP™, the Consortium of Universities for Sustainable Power. This consortium will include universities that have come together to utilize, collectively evolve and promote the curriculum developed at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities with the help of funding from various organizations including NSF, ONR (Office of Naval Research), NASA and EPRI.

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NSF/NAE - Sponsored Workshop on
Reforming Electric Energy Systems Curriculum
Washington, DC
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Building

April 9-10, 2015


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   Group Photo - NSF Workshop 2014, Minneapolis

NSF - Sponsored Workshop 2014, Minneapolis

              Available Courses

Power ElectronicsElectric Power SystemsElectrics Machines and Drives
Wind Energy EssentialsElectric Machine DesignElectricity Markets
Power Generation Operation and Control

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