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The Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) sponsors include private companies with experience and expertise in key energy sectors. In December 2002, four sponsors – ExxonMobil, GE, Schlumberger, and Toyota – helped launch GCEP at Stanford University with plans to invest $225 million over a decade or more. These four global companies have collectively committed over $150 million towards GCEP so far. In September 2011, DuPont joined the Project as its newest corporate sponsor.
In addition to significant financial support, the sponsors provide technical expertise and insights concerning eventual deployment of energy technologies. As GCEP continues to build its portfolio of potentially game-changing innovations, it foresees other leading companies coming on board.
GCEP’s five sponsors:
The world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company.
The world leader in power-generation technology and services.
The world's leading oilfield services technology company.
The leading global auto manufacturer of hybrid and advanced technology vehicles.
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