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Civil and Environmental Engineering department?s Dr. Steven A. Gabriel (PI) and School of Public Policy?s Dr. Matthias Ruth (Co-PI) recently won a $629,000 award from a Norwegian Consortium to develop an integrated decision support framework for sustainable energy infrastructure. The award amount of $629,000 reflects University of Maryland?s share in the overall project award of $3.5 million shared by other partners. This project will link various energy models and incorporate public policy perspectives to guide government and industrial decision-makers in energy planning. The project which goes from 12/09/2009 - 06/08/2014, includes SINTEF, a Norwegian research organization as the lead, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Maryland, Tsinghua University (China), and the Joint Global Change Research Institute.



January 18, 2010


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