Work Has Begun on New Energy Research Facility at UK

by Brenna Angel, Kentucky Public Radio The University of Kentucky’s Center for Applied Energy Research has begun work on a facility that could someday lead to changes in where and how the U.S. fuels transportation needs. Center director Rodney Andrews says the $5.7 million building will serve as a process development unit. “It’s a facility… Continue reading Work Has Begun on New Energy Research Facility at UK

Federal Grant Goes to Carbon Capture Research at the University of Kentucky

The U.S. Department of Energy announced today that it’s giving the University of Kentucky a $14 million grant earmarked for coal technology research. Carbon capture and sequestration is a process by which carbon dioxide is removed from power plant emissions, then injected deep underground. It’s controversial because it’s very costly and many of the available… Continue reading Federal Grant Goes to Carbon Capture Research at the University of Kentucky