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Recent media coverage


“$1.8M from DOE supports innovative waste heat recovery system,” EurekAlert

“$1.8M from DOE supports innovative waste heat recovery system,” SOURCE

Want Cleaner Air? Try Using Less DeodorantThe New York Times

“Wall Paint, Perfumes and Cleaning Agents Are Polluting Our Air,” NPR

“Shampoo is causing air pollution but lets not lose our heads,” New Scientist

“Household chemicals rival vehicles as smog source,” Nature

“Mad about L.A.’s air quality? Blame common products like hairspray and paint, not just cars,” Los Angeles Times

“A Colorado Company Uses Rice Waste To Generate Power In India,”  Colorado Public Radio

“International energy company that makes gas from rice husks moves to CSU’s Powerhouse,” The Coloradoan

“Mini-Grids Foolhardy No Longer, Husk Power Raises $20M via Engie, Shell & Swedfund,” Microgrid Knowledge

“Shell Technology Ventures Leads $20 Million Investment in Minigrid Specialist Husk,” Greentech Media

“Fort Collins energy firm that uses rice husks to power remote villages attracts $20 million from Shell’s venture arm,” The Denver Post

“International energy company moves HQ to Fort Collins,” BizWest

“Program Aims To Slash Cost of Methane Sensor Systems,” Oil Gas Facilities



“CSU students team up with GRID Alternatives to bring solar energy to low-income communities,” Collegian

“Bohemian’s $6M gift creates Bryan Willson Presidential Chair,” SOURCE

“CSU gets $6 million to fund energy-efficient research,” Denver Business Journal

“Bohemian gives CSU $6M for ‘transformative’ energy efficiency research,” The Coloradoan

“CSU gets $6 million to fund energy-efficient research,” 9News

“VIDEO: Three Western governors look beyond politics to advance clean energy,” SOURCE

“Historic Powerhouse Energy Campus celebrates 25th anniversary Nov. 2,” SOURCE

“Opinion: Fort Collins’ risk became a Powerhouse in energy science,” The Coloradoan

“New grants bolster CSU expertise in wildfire smoke impacts,” SOURCE

“Smoke from wildfires may be surprisingly deadly, scientists report,” the Washington Post

“Smoke might be surprisingly deadly — scientists,” E&E News