Thursday, August 30, 2007
We showed our support for alternative energy sources this year by expanding a bioenergy initiative at
. The $1.5 million in additional money will help researchers find new technologies for efficient and clean use of traditional energy sources; alternative, environmentally safe, and renewable energy sources; and research of energy technologies and their impact on the North Carolina State University 's rural economy. The Southeastern Energy Field Laboratory in North Carolina will be the focal point of much of the work and will also serve as a demonstration site for bioenergy, wind, thermal, and solar projects.