U-M receives $5.4M for energy research projects

Two new U.S. Department of Energy grants that total $5.4 million will let University of Michigan engineering researchers work on “transformational” engine and battery projects. Their efforts could lead to efficiency gains in cars and trucks, the electrical grid and beyond.

The grants are part of $125 million in funding from the Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy. The projects were chosen because they “advance U.S. energy security and help achieve climate goals,” according to an ARPA-E statement.

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