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Mon April 27, 2009
UK Starts Consortium To Tackle Carbon Dioxide Emissions
By Alan Lytle
Lexington, KY – Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear says the state will join with utility companies and the University of Kentucky for a 24-million dollar, ten year project studying ways to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. UK President Lee Todd says these are the kind of problems the state's flagship university should be working to solve. The project will be managed by the university's Center for Applied Energy Research.