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June 2011 
Michigan Memorial Phoenix Energy Institute's 
Energy Highlights


A deeper understanding of green vehicles

Peng Thumb 3The Integrated Hybrid Electric Systems Laboratory will provide hands-on opportunities for tomorrow's auto engineers to sharpen their understanding of next generation hybrid and electric vehicles, says Mechanical Engineering Professor Huei Peng, right. 

Bright future for solar energy generation

SolarPanels02 2In a recent speech at Israel's Ben-Gurion University, U-M Vice President for Research Stephen Forrest shared the potential for inexpensive organic materials in solar power generation.

High voltage: U-M, GM charge up 

iStock_000006406892Mediumelectcar 6Engineers, researchers and students have teamed to ensure that the 16kWh lithium-ion battery system used in the new Chevrolet Volt gets top marks for quality and performance.

Energy research fellow sought

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To help forge interdisciplinary partnerships for innovation in sustainable energy technologies, the MMPEI  announces an opening for a Phoenix Energy Institute Research Fellow in data mining and computational discovery of advanced carbon capture materials.

The next generation of batteries

Sastri ThumbU-M Professor Ann Marie Sastry, right, discusses the promise of her start-up, Ann Arbor-based Sakti3, as part of a series on "trailblazers in energy innovation and champions of the environment."

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