Sustainable Energy Technology Center breaks ground in Virginia

October 22, 2010 |

In Virginia, the ground has been broken on the new Sustainable Energy Technology Center under construction in Danville to develop renewable energy and bioproducts industry in Southern Virginia.

The new facility, funded through a grant from the Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission, includes 25,000 square feet of research laboratories, research support laboratories, graduate student research spaces and faculty offices. Management of the enterprise is directed toward technology transfer and associated commercialization. SEnTeC will provide opportunities for contract research and may spin off businesses and/or license technologies developed.

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