Washington University in St. Louis has joined an international group of researchers working to make great strides in advanced coal technologies.
The university is now part of the U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center-Advanced Coal Technology Consortium (CERC-ACTC), a group of U.S. and Chinese universities, research organizations and industrial partners designed to advance technology and practices associated with coal utilization and carbon capture, utilization and storage. The U.S. and China represent the two largest coal-producing and -consuming nations, and members of the consortium are working together to develop new technologies to improve environmental performance and efficiencies.
Read the full story in The Source: Washington University joins U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center
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