Energy Economy
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  • May 5 2022

UK's College of Engineering and Center for Applied Energy Research have received funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) to capture carbon dioxide at a low concentration from the Nucor Steel Gallatin process flue gas stream.

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  • Apr 19 2022

Elaf Ghoneim, a neuroscience major in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Lewis Honors College, and Parker Sornberger, a mathematics and chemistry major in the College of Arts and Sciences — will each begin their independent, laboratory research this summer.

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  • Mar 21 2022

Researchers at the Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) recently received funding from OUR&D seeking to supplement current research on sustainable aviation fuel.

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  • Feb 22 2022

The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet and the Kentucky Geological Survey at the University of Kentucky have announced a collaborative project focused on mine methane (CH4) emissions in the state.

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  • Jan 12 2022

Researchers have led changes in global industrial processes and scientific breakthroughs that are changing Kentucky’s and the world’s economy.

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  • Nov 4 2021

The museum focuses on the U.S. Department of Energy’s Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant and was developed in collaboration with the Center for Applied Energy Research’s Kentucky Research Consortium for Energy and Environment.

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  • Oct 27 2021

Center for Applied Energy Research Director Rodney Andrews is chair of a new report by the National Coal Council, highlighting advanced markets for coal-derived products.

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  • Oct 19 2021

The Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) received $1.3 million from the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory for development of new carbon capturing technology.

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  • May 10 2021

The project will build upon the Center for Applied Energy Research’s world-renowned carbon dioxide capture research.

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  • Jan 22 2021

The CAER project seeks to solve both of those issues through the development of new high-strength, high-bond cements and concretes that are simple to deploy and use. These products will require little or no surface preparation and eliminate the heavy precast reinforcement-laden structural elements that bog down repair and construction projects.