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Energy Institute Launch

Powerhouse Energy Institute

Please join us on Monday, October 14, 4:30pm– 7:00pm, for the launch of CSU's new Energy Institute. The CSU Energy Institute is a new powerhouse that convenes more than 130 faculty members spanning all 8 colleges who work each day to reinvent energy. These labs, policy centers, superclusters and startups will all be housed under one roof, bringing together world class people in a world class place. All interested members of the public are invited to join us for our launch celebration!

Winner of Post-Event Survey Ipad Drawing Announced

At the OAt the Oct 1-3, 2012 Natural Gas Symposium, an IPad was drawn for those participants who took the time to fill out the questionnaire sent by the steering committee after the event.  It was important that CSU receive feedback from participants regarding the three day symposium.  The winner of the IPad was JJ Edwards.

Colorado State University Report Looks at Impact of New Energy Development and Exploration on Wildlife

New technology, a desire to produce domestic energy, and concerns over climate change have spurred a rapid increase in oil and natural gas, bioenergy, wind, solar and geothermal energy production. These developments are putting novel pressures on terrestrial ecosystems, but the impacts to wildlife have largely been overlooked.

Deputy Secretary of Interior, Governor to Headline Colorado State University Natural Gas Conference Oct 1-3 in Fort Collins

Note to Reporters: Registration is required for the conference due to limited space; reporters interested in attending should contact Emily Wilmsen at (970) 491-2336. To see a sampling of the cutting-edge natural gas research at CSU on YouTube, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2q3dqBzw3A.

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Colorado State University to Host Natural Gas Conference Oct 1-3 in Fort Collins

Registration is now open for Colorado State University’s second annual Natural Gas Symposium Oct. 1- 3, which will explore the complexities of the natural gas economy and its impacts in Colorado, the West and around the globe.

Among the expected participants are former Gov. Bill Ritter who now directs CSU’s Center for the New Energy Economy, Bryan Willson, director of CSU’s Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory, and Diana Wall, director of the School of Global Environmental Sustainability.

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