2006 ArticlesGlobal Climate and Energy Project announces more than $1 million in research awards
Stanford, California—October 23, 2006—Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) Director Franklin Orr Jr. announced awards totaling $1.15 million for two novel research programs and two exploratory research efforts that have been initiated at Stanford and outside the university. The new research activities are in the areas of biomass, advanced coal utilization and integrated assessment of biofuels. The investigators are using the funds to conduct fundamental research in energy technologies aimed at greatly reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Stanford, California—August 18, 2006—The Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP)
will hold an energy research symposium Sept. 18-20 at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni
Center. Researchers from
Stanford and around the world will discuss developments that may spur energy
technologies with significantly reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
Stanford, California—March 7, 2006—Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) Director Franklin M. Orr Jr. announced several new research programs and two one-year exploratory research efforts totaling close to $8 million at Stanford and outside the university. The new research activities will focus on solar energy, biohydrogen generation, advanced combustion, and geologic storage of carbon dioxide.
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