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Mich. gets stimulus cash for wind energy projects
LANSING, MI – Michigan is getting nearly $2 million from the federal stimulus package to support wind energy projects.
Three projects across the state were awarded grants this week
from the U.S. Department of Energy.
The Michigan Aerospace Corp. in Ann Arbor will receive $748,000 for a study related to wind turbine reliability and efficiency. The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor will get about $413,500 to study techniques for voltage control and stability.
Dow Corning Corp. in Midland will get more than $745,000 for the development of lifetime lubricating fluid for gearboxes.