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MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITYMONTANA STATE UNIVERSITYENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
The Montana State University Energy Research Institute is an umbrella for MSU’s energy research and education programs, which account for roughly $15 million in research each year. The institute encompasses more than 170 faculty, staff and students spread across 11 university departments who are working fields such as clean-coal technology, fuel cells, wind, coal-bed methane and biofuels. Over the past several years, MSU has developed a number of programs focused on energy, making the university a significant contributor to national and international energy research and development.
MSU was awarded a $67 million research project from DOE to research carbon sequestration.