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- Mar 27, 2019

Lab researchers launch collaboration with communities to improve clean energy

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

green-energy-blog-photoUnder a new initiative, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will share its expertise in advanced clean energy technologies — such as microgrids, energy-efficient “smart” buildings and electric vehicles — with city governments, community groups and nonprofits to identify community energy needs and bring research and technologies developed at the Laboratory to areas that need it most.

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