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Web Date: June 20, 2006

Chevron, Georgia Tech Form Fuels Alliance

Chevron commits up to $12 million for research into biofuels and hydrogen
Department: Business | Collection: Sustainability
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Chevron and Georgia Institute of Technology are forming a partnership to conduct research and develop technology that they hope will make cellulosic biofuels and hydrogen viable transportation fuels.

Chevron Technology Ventures, a subsidiary of San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron, will work with Georgia Tech's Strategic Energy Institute and contribute up to $12 million over five years for R&D of the emerging energy technologies.

"This research alliance underscores Chevron's commitment to expand and . . .

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