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WEI Seed Grant Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Wisconsin Energy Institute Seed Grants. You can see the project titles and their principle investigators listed below.

The Wisconsin Energy Institute began funding these seed grant projects in 2014:

Liquid Salt High Heat Flux Test Facility
Mark Anderson

Hydro-Mechanical Coupling Between Fluid Flow and Rock Stress in Geothermal Field in Nevada
Kurt Feigl

Increasing International Adoption of Small Scale Anaerobic Digestion
Rebecca Larson

Distributed Temperature Sensing Instrumentation at EPIC Geothermal Well Borefield No. 4
James Tinjum

The Wisconsin Energy Institute began funding these seed grant projects in 2013:

Overcoming Stabilization and Activation Challenges in Semiconductor Photo-Electrochemical Solar Fuel Cells Using Rationally Structured Atomic-Membranes
Michael S. Arnold & Padma Gopalan

Assessing the Long-Range Co-Benefits of Carbon Emissions Mitigation: Reductions in the U.S. and China
Corbett A. Grainger

Enable high energy-density lithium-ion battery conversion cathodes based on earth-abundant materials using integrated experimental and computational approaches
Song Jin & Dane Morgan

Portable Electrification using Biogas Systems
Giri Venkataramanan