WSU News Center – New clean energy systems research center opens

PULLMAN, Wash. – With a long history and national reputation in power engineering and collaborative, interdisciplinary research, Washington State University has established the Energy Systems Innovation Center ESIC. It will take a leading role in addressing one of the greatest technological challenges of the 21st century – demand for clean and reliable energy. 

via WSU News Center – New clean energy systems research center opens.

Avista Utilities, Alstom Grid, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Wuhan University (China) are the first group of industry/university/national laboratory partners with the ESIC through collaboration agreements.

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