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Multidisciplinary research leading to clean, efficient, fuel-flexible vehicles

March 27, 2013

Tight budgets, environmental pressures and rising energy demand -- all challenges facing the world today. The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the highest priority should be on becoming energy-efficient, as this offers the highest potential for reducing carbon emissions at the lowest cost. In practice, however, it can be challenging to capture these benefits. This is why Purdue Engineering researchers are examining ways to make the energy we already use work harder for us while developing new, cost-effective alternatives. Find out in Engineering Impact magazine how by increasing our energy productivity, or efficiency, we can do more with less.
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