Clean Technology 2008

The Pennsylvania State University

The Pennsylvania State University

Penn State combines strengths in materials, engineering, and the environmental sciences to address the nation’s energy research needs. In January 2006, an Energy Task Force was created consisting of energy experts from across the University. The task force presented a strategic vision to enhance the already strong research, education, and outreach activity within the areas of energy sciences, engineering, and policy. The report recommended five major areas for new investment: efficient fossil energy extraction and conversion, bio-energy systems, hydrogen energy, nuclear energy, and solar energy, especially photo-system conversion of light energy to clean fuels. Last fiscal year, total research expenditures reached $665 million, including almost $100 million in industry-sponsored research.

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