Toledo will house clean energy alliance


TOLEDO – Due to its reputation as a leader in alternative energy, The University of Toledo has been selected to house the University Clean Energy Alliance of Ohio, which will coordinate collaboration among state universities in the discovery, development and commercialization of energy-related technology.
A memorandum of understanding was signed this spring by Ohio’s 15 largest universities forming the alliance at the direction of Gov. Ted Strickland. The University Clean Energy Alliance of Ohio will be housed in the University of Toledo’s Clean and Alternative Energy Incubation Center.
The alliance’s board hopes to have an executive director in place at the beginning of next year. UT will provide a support staff member.
Participators. The other participating institutions are: the University of Cincinnati, Cleveland State University, Miami University, Ohio State University, Wright State University, University of Akron, Case Western Reserve University, University of Dayton, Ohio University, Central State University, Bowling Green State University, Kent State University, Shawnee State University and Youngstown State University.


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