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November 18th, 2003
Hydrogen research earns $5.1 million in grants
The Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) has awarded four projects a total of $5.1 million to research the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier. Stanford faculty from a range of disciplines will lead the individual research efforts, and the projects will be funded over a three-year period beginning January 2004. "Our faculty responded quickly with good proposals to the challenge we offered: Propose research that, if successful, would help enable creation of energy systems with low emissions of greenhouse gases," said GCEP Director Lynn Orr.
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