CMU gets $30M grant for energy research
Carnegie Mellon University announced Thursday it has received a $30 million grant for energy research.
The grant comes from the Richard King Mellon Foundation.
The grant, according to a news release, will boost the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation’s efforts at “improving energy efficiency and developing new, clean, affordable and sustainable energy sources.”
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