07/06/2007 Archived Entry: "Funding Received from Governor's Office of Energy Policy"
The Kentucky Governor's Office of Energy Policy announced that it will provide funding to the University of Kentucky for energy research projects. The CAER received two awards:
“High Value Applications for Flue Gas Desulphurization Materials.” This project is under the leadership of Robert Rathbone, a geologist with the CAER. This is a two-year project with a total award of $102,866.
“Feasibility of Capture and Utilization of CO2 from Kentucky Power Plants by Algal Systems.” The lead researcher for this project is the CAER's Director, Dr. Rodney Andrews. Total funding is $47,156.
Read the Press Release for more information.
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