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May 2018:  State Renewable Energy displays hydroponics and 3D printing to teach STEM at the Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival

In May 2018, State Renewable Energy partnered with the Youth Horticulture Education Program at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension to display and teach hydroponics and 3D printing at the Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival held at the World Market Center. Attendees also learned about solar energy and its importance for indoor agriculture. The event was designed to engage students through interactive and accessible STEM exhibits.

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April 2018:  State Renewable Energy promotes STEM education and future jobs at elementary school Career Fairs in the Las Vegas Valley.

State Renewable Energy demonstrated 3D printing and hydroponic technologies this spring at numerous elementary school Career Fairs in the valley to promote STEM education and the jobs of the future. Pictured is President of State Renewable Energy, Corrie Bosket, displaying a large, 14-hour 3D print highlighting the mathematical structure of crystals.

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January 2018:  State Renewable Energy publishes "Advanced Hydroponics for STEM Education" on display by OPCOM Farm at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.

State Renewable Energy's Executive Director, Amber Bosket, writes "Advanced Hydroponics for STEM Education" for OPCOM Farm.  The interactive book was featured at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas at the OPCOM Farm exhibit in January.  The book is interactive STEM learning content for the classroom and is designed to work with OPCOM Farm hydroponic technologies.

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December 2017:  State Renewable Energy gives STEM presentation to robotics teams from Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas.

In December 2017, State Renewable Energy was invited to give professional feedback to robotics teams from Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas on the topic of solar powered irrigation.  In addition, State Renewable Energy displayed three STEM learning stations demonstrating industries prioritized in the "New Nevada" economic development plan.  The stations displayed indoor hydroponic technologies, 3D printing and advanced manufacturing, and interactive robotics.

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August 2017:  Amber Bosket gives STEM, CTE, and Workforce Development presentation at the 2017 Southern Nevada Urban Agriculture and Food Sustainability Forum.

In August 2017, State Renewable Energy's Executive Director, Amber Bosket, gave the STEM, CTE, and Workforce Development presentation at the 2017 Southern Nevada Urban Agriculture and Food Sustainability Forum.  The presentation highlighted education programs developed by State Renewable Energy that integrate urban agriculture and hydroponics into the classroom.  She also moderated a panel discussion on the topic.

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June 2017:  Columbian delegation visits State Renewable Energy to learn more about STEM Education

In June 2017, a group of delegates from Columbia visited State Renewable Energy to learn more about their Green STEM Education initiative.  State Renewable Energy showcased some of the award-winning programs they have done as well as displayed current projects such as Growing Gears, their 3D printing STEM education initiative.  On display were dozens of 3D prints each demonstrating different materials and techniques used in the 3D printing industry.

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May 2017:  State Renewable Energy receives the 2017 Community Partnership Award from West Career and Technical Academy.

In May 2017, State Renewable Energy received the 2017 Community Partnership Award from West Career and Technical Academy, a top-rated STEM school in the state.  The award recognized State Renewable Energy for its continued support of their engineering program.  State Renewable Energy has collaborated with West Career and Technical Academy for projects relating to urban agriculture, 3D printing, and community events.

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May 2017:  State Renewable Energy and OPCOM Farm provide hydroponics display and teach STEM at the Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival

In May 2017, State Renewable Energy and OPCOM Farm worked with the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension to display and teach hydroponics at the Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival held at Cashman Center.  The event was designed to engage students through fun and accessible STEM exhibits and was visited by over 8,000 attendees.

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November 2016:  State Renewable Energy recognized as contributing partner for the "Conservation Excellence in Agricultural Production" award from the Nevada Association of Conservation Districts

In November 2016, State Renewable Energy was recognized as a contributing partner organization of the "Zion Garden Park Agricultural Assistance Program." The program was given the "Conservation Excellence in Agricultural Production" award from the Nevada Association of Conservation Districts.  This was the first time in their history the award was given to an urban agriculture program.

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July 2016: The National Association of Conservation Districts awards the "Zion Garden Park Agricultural Assistance Program"

The "Zion Garden Park Agricultural Assistance Program" is an urban agriculture technical assistance grant awarded by the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The grant was awarded to the Conservation District of Southern Nevada (CDSN) and the program was developed in partnership with seven organizations including State Renewable Energy.

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April 2016: State Renewable Energy integrates augmented and virtual reality into solar power designs.

State Renewable Energy integrates augmented and virtual reality into solar power designs to be used in workforce training programs. The use of these technologies allow for simulated trainings of solar energy projects in real world environments. The ability to work both on and off site creates project flexibility and familiarity at unprecedented levels. Incorporating these technologies into workforce training programs help in the preparation of a high-tech, renewable energy workforce.

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January 2016:  State Renewable Energy launches "Growing Gears," a 3D printing initiative for STEM-based workforce development

State Renewable Energy launched a new program called "Growing Gears," in response to the need for advanced, STEM-based workforce development programs in manufacturing, utilizing 3D printing technologies. This program bridges students from plant-based biofuels into the field of plant-based plastics and focuses on the utilization of PLA (polylactic acid) filament created from plants such as sugar cane.

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October 2015:  Amber Bosket chairs the "1st Nevada Green Schools STEM Summit"

The "1st Nevada Green Schools STEM Summit" took place at West Career and Technical Academy in October 2015.  This event was a collaborative effort supported by over 50 sponsor and partner organizations.  State Renewable Energy (SRE) was a Gold Sponsor of the event. Amber Bosket, Executive Director of SRE, chaired the event. Speakers came from across the county and included representatives from the U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Green Building Council's Center for Green Schools, and the Chief Strategy Officer to Governor Brian Sandoval.

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May 2015:  Corrie Bosket co-chairs the "Urban Agriculture" sector of the 1st Nevada Green Schools STEM Summit

Corrie Bosket, President of State Renewable Energy, served as the co-chair of the "Urban Agriculture" sector of the 1st Nevada Green Schools STEM Summit. He developed the "Interactive Sessions" of the summit to include topics such as "3D Printing with Compostable Plastics," "3D Modeling for Solar Energy," and tours of an operational solar display.  He personally designed the instruction for the 3D printing sessions, which integrated hydroponics, bio-fuels, composting, and its relationship to 3D printed compostable and recyclable plastics.

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April 2015:  State Renewable Energy is among the first companies in the nation to use LG's fully integrated AC solar modules.

State Renewable Energy is among the first companies in the nation to use LG's fully integrated AC solar modules with attached microinverters. The newly debuted modules feature bifacial solar cell technology with the highest wattage output per square foot on the market. The integrated microinverters accompanied by LG software allow for continuous statistical data and output analysis for individual modules as well as entire arrays.

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January 2015:  Corrie Bosket appointed to the board of the U.S. Green Building Council, Nevada Chapter

In January 2015, Corrie Bosket, President of State Renewable Energy, was appointed to the board of the U.S. Green Building Council's, Nevada Chapter.  Corrie was invited to join the board as a result of his expertise and dedication to the fields of renewable energy, green technologies, urban agriculture, and sustainability.  He brings not only his expertise to the organization, but also his commitment to promote community-wide educational initiatives.

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December 2014:  State Renewable Energy receives the "USGBC Nevada LEEDership in Education" award

In December 2014, State Renewable Energy was awarded the "U.S. Green Building Council, Nevada Chapter's LEEDership in Education award" for the organizational level.  The award was given to recognize "outstanding dedication and sustainable contributions" in education.  State Renewable Energy was also given a Certificate of Achievement from the Nevada Governor's Office of Energy, recognizing that they have achieved excellence in Education as an Organization.

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November 2014:  Amber Bosket elected to the board of the Conservation District of Southern Nevada (CDSN)

In November 2014, State Renewable Energy's Executive Director, Amber Bosket, was elected to the board of supervisors for the Conservation District of Southern Nevada (CDSN) to serve a 4-year term.  The CDSN is the governmental subdivision of the state dedicated to the conservation and preservation of the land's natural resources. The board consists of seven supervisors, 5 elected and 2 which are appointed by the incorporated cities and Clark County.  Amber also serves as the Board Secretary.

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May 2013: Develops the 3D Green Building Design Program for students at Southwest Career and Technical Academy

State Renewable Energy created the 3D Green Building Design Program to teach students about solar power and show them how to integrate sustainability into architecture.  They spent three weeks in the classroom teaching junior and senior design students at Southwest Career and Technical Academy to use 3D modeling to build green structures using solar power, natural lighting, and indoor growing spaces.  Each student received a "Certificate of Training" for completing the course.

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February 2013: Works with the Desert Research Institute to pilot test State Renewable Energy's interactive book "Solar Electricity" with 450 students at Clark County School District

State Renewable Energy worked with DRI (Desert Research Institute) to pilot test "Solar Electricity" with over 450 students at the Clark County School District.  State Renewable Energy designed the program and DRI provided students with the digital book and solar testing kits.  The one-week program enabled students to use their digital devices to learn about solar and then experience solar through the kits. The program took place at Garside Middle School and Southwest Career and Technical Academy.

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September 2012: Publishes interactive, digital, multi-touch book called "Solar Electricity" for STEM education

State Renewable Energy authored and published an interactive, digital, multi-touch book called "Solar Electricity." This book was written in response to the need for renewable energy education and highlights various technologies. The seven-chapter, STEM-based book covers topics from the basics of electricity to the components of a solar electric system.

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Spring 2010: State Renewable Energy designs and installs the first two grid-tied solar electric systems in Page, AZ

In the spring of 2010, State Renewable Energy worked with Page Electric, the local utility in Page, AZ, to help them form their interconnection agreement and enable their customers to become net metered.  During this time, State Renewable Energy also designed and installed the first two solar electric systems in Page, AZ that would become grid-tied. Both systems were residential, roof-mounted, and 4.2 kW, producing about 24 kWh per day.

About Us


State Renewable Energy provides consultation and design services for renewable energy applications as well as STEM-based trainings and instructional services for k-12 and higher education. We use advanced technologies to integrate the use of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable practices into our projects. Thinking ahead, we always look for effective ways to incorporate sustainability into everyday life. We stay on top of the latest developments, constantly researching new ideas in order to provide our clients with the best opportunities available.

Every project is approached with a combination of knowledge, experience, and innovation.  With an emphasis on education, our goal is to enable people to become environmentally responsible and live sustainably.

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Office: (877) 944-7749

Email: contact@staterenewableenergy.com