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The Casper College School of Business and Industry has snagged another significant equipment donation with the recent delivery of a 55,000-pound wind hub.
June 16, 2015
The Casper College Renewable Energy Technology Program has received a substantial equipment donation from Chevron Power and Energy Management Company: a Winergy gearbox from one of the company’s turbines located near Casper.
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The School of Business and Industry Renewable Energy program received two donations:

  • Chevron Power & Energy Management donated a Winergy gearbox from a 1.5 megawatt GE wind turbine. The gearbox will provide Casper College students the opportunity to learn about maintenance technology on a life-size gearbox. The gearbox weighs in at 65,000 pounds.
  • Global Specialized Services donated a wind hub. Hubs are typically bolted to the pitch mechanism to adjust the angle of attack for wind speed control and roational speed. The hub weighs 55,000 pounds.
  • Both donations were delivered and set up by Energy Transportation.

The School of Business and Industry Diesel Technology program received two donations:


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