May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5


Steel City Becoming Energy Research Center

Pittsburgh is repackaging itself as an energy innovation city, with new research facilities ramping up at the University of Pittsburgh. The new Energy Innovation Center will be a place where private industry, universities and foundations come together to work on research in a space that hosts job training programs sponsored by the center. “It’s all market-driven. We’re satisfying a need,” Bill Miller, the center’s chief operating officer and vice president, told Miller is part of a private venture company that saw the need for the center and began converting older space on the university’s campus into an energy hub. The University of Pittsburgh is building f

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