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Student Fund Managers Fuel Colleges’ Clean Energy Investments | Energy News Network

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Blake Mather, an adjunct faculty member at the University of Connecticut's Stamford Campus, meets with student-managed fund members Di Yang, left, Anshul Manglani, both graduate students, and Lindsey Lozyniak, '19, in November 2018. As colleges and universities divest from fossil fuels, investments in clean energy have not been as quick to catch on, in part because of unpredictable changes in government policy. But student-managed funds, including at universities in Connecticut and Rhode Island, are starting to invest more aggressively in renewable energy companies to hedge their portfolios and to gain from market returns.

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