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Awards and Funding

Lake Erie wind farm fails to make cut for major federal funding

LEEDCo awarded $4 million to launch offshore wind development on Lake Erie

CWRU awarded grant to build battery for smart grid, renewables

CWRU wins $3.8 million grant to wean sustainable energy off oil

Cleveland Foundation awards $16.2 million to nonprofit and community groups 

Lake Erie Energy Development Corp. working toward federal grant

CWRU wins $1M ARPA-E REACT award to improve magnets in wind turbines

Three Northeast Ohio offshore wind power projects secure federal money

Research team led by engineering professor earns $7 million Department of Defense grant

Faculty Impact

Tiny 2-D Drumheads Made From Black Phosphorus

A balance of bottom-up and top-down in linking climate policies

Energy, engineering & entrepreneurship class begins at CWRU

Bahrain launches the post-oil boom

Political scientist’s new book examines role of private enterprise in environmental preservation

Alexis Abramson, Faculty Director of GLEI, selected as one of the top 25 STEM professors in Ohio

Engineering’s Robert Savinell recognized as Distinguished University Professor

Heat wave risks to your wallet and sanity

Chemical Engineering's Robert Savinell named ISE fellow

Area wind turbines turning out promising results

CWRU to host center focused on shale study

Case Western Reserve University opens a solar research center, links with a global network

Euclid turbines serve as tall textbooks for CWRU researchers, area companies

New uses for layered polymer films

Biofuel cells may turn cockroaches into cyborgs

More News

Dave Martin is a maker of disruptive technology: 2015 People to Watch

What you need to know about the new NOPEC and how it will save you money

Parker Hannifin Foundation endows engineering chair at Case Western Reserve University

Four takeaways on why Ohio froze its green energy standards, and what it means for you

Sprav Water wins top Ohio technology prize, heads to regional contest

Metal-free catalyst outperforms platinum in fuel cell, researchers find

Great Lakes Energy Institute's Mike Crifasi presents at national research development conference

Solar industry anxious over defective panels

Young conservative groups stand up for energy reform

Fact checking fracking: can fracking trigger earthquakes?

Secretary of Energy Steven Chu tours campus lab


GLEI's Iwan Alexander on "The Sound of Ideas" Monday, August 20th, 2011 discussing offshore wind power

CWRU wind turbines help research wind power (audio)