Grant Fuels Energy Research

November 2003
Grand Rapids Business Journal;11/24/2003, Vol. 21 Issue 47, p3
Focuses on the federal funding received for the alternative and renewable energy center project of Grand Valley State University in Muskegon, Michigan, as of November 2003. Amount of federal funding received; Plan of center executive director Imad Mahawali, for using the federal funding to launch a certification program in renewable and alternative energy; Design of the research center.


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