Greetings from Peru! Our team arrived in Lima, Peru on Monday evening, and we have been off to a running start. Thus far we have met with four organizations: Practical Action, Turbinas 3HC, Grupo PUCP, and ProSynergy. Practical Action (Soluciones
Tomorrow afternoon, four DHE students will be departing for Peru to assess two potential Hydropower sites, as well as to meet with three possible partners. The trip will last until the 19th of December and is meant to be the
DHE’s in the news again! The Tanzania travel team has been featured on Scientific American’s website, under the blog section. If you’d like to learn more, please check out the posting!
Last week, DHE was able to welcome a group of St. Paul’s School summer programs students to campus. The group of students and program coordinators listened to DHE’s summer Hydropower Leader and summer Bioenergy Leader discuss their respective projects and
Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering’s Hydropower project is excited to be working with Princeton Engineering students on casting turbine buckets. The Recycling Initiative is an independent project that four Princeton University Engineers have begun. The goal of the initiative is to reproduce