Clean Coal Technology Center

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The Clean Coal Technology Center is a project based in the University of Wyoming's School of Energy Resources.

In a media release announcing $2 million in funding for the Center, Peabody Energy stated that the grant "will focus on economic and energy analysis and will support the Technology Center's work in advanced coal utilization research and interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs for energy-related careers. It will also serve as a catalyst for technology transfer to key stakeholders. A multidisciplinary economic and energy analysis of the Powder River Basin's contribution to America's economy will be part of the initial and ongoing research."[1]

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  1. Peabody Energy, "Peabody Energy (NYSE: BTU) Advances Clean Coal Research and Advanced Mining Technologies With $10 Million in Grants", Media Release, December 2, 2008.

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