Tuesday September 20, 2016 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- The Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory’s state investment of almost $8 million between 2008-2015 leveraged more than $95 million in externally sponsored research.
The eight-year Collaboratory analysis showed the investment had an associated impact of $194 million on the local economy.
The Collaboratory includes Colorado State University, Colorado School of Mines, University of Colorado-Boulder and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
The Collaboratory was founded 10 years ago as a clean energy research partnership focused on leveraging science and engineering capabilities at each member institution.
With public agencies, private business and nonprofits, Collaboratory members work toward renewable energy solutions and technologies, support economic growth for renewable industries and train the next generation of energy researchers and workers.
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