GE Donates $10M to Fund New Penn State Shale Gas Center

Earlier this week Penn State announced they are receiving a grant/investment from GE to the tune of $10 million to study and improve natural gas supply chains and systems. Penn State’s Center for Collaborative Research on Intelligent Natural Gas Supply Systems at Penn State (CCRINGSS) will, according to the announcement, have “researchers and students from many disciplines in collaborative work with various industry stakeholders. The center will seek to advance efficiency and environmental sustainability both through technological innovations and improved supply chain management.” The money GE is giving to Penn State for the CCRINGSS will be used for research projects, buying equipment and funding undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral fellowships. More from the announcement…

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